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Joining the Carrier Group at TTSAO

Joining the Carrier Group at TTSAO TTSAO Hiring Event 2018

The Truck Training School Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is an association focused on the training industry in Ontario Canada helping to improve the level of professionalism in the industry and making our roads safer. Over the years several groups have evolved within the association to help focus truck driver training issues and solve some of […]

TTSAO Christmas General Meeting December 11, 2019

TTSAO Christmas General Meeting December 11, 2019 ttsao-conference-picture

As you have all already heard we’re really excited about our TTSAO Christmas Meeting. The agenda has some excellent presenters including Heather Fry, Director for Truckers Against Trafficking and Jim Dimech from Praxair Canada. You will learn how we as industry can play a role in fighting human trafficking. Additionally, we will have a representative […]

Build Your Job Resume in Modules

Build Your Job Resume in Modules Man driving tractor

Building a resume in modules may be the best way to keep it current without retyping it each time. If you’ve noticed the trend as technology gets better that resumes may soon be a thing of the past. We are seeing more applications that are allowing job candidates to upload their information into an app […]

Company vs Freight-Choosing a Carrier

Company vs Freight-Choosing a Carrier Pipe Truck

Scrolling through a recent social media website on trucking I noticed a lot of questions from new drivers on whether to go work for a certain company based on the type of freight they haul. Sure drivers do choose carriers based on the type of freight they haul but is that the best way to […]

Is the Trucking Industry Shutting Down?

Is the Trucking Industry Shutting Down? Trucks in mountains

There is a lot of homework that goes into choosing the right carrier to work for as a driver and although we often tell truck drivers to research an environment there is only so much a driver can do. You can look at the carrier’s equipment, talk about their maintenance plan, discuss their operating patterns, […]

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