A Membership in the TTSAO
Why its Important…
Driving Towards Perfection
The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is committed to providing the trucking industry with the highest quality driver.
It’s a simple premise but one that the trucking industry has struggled with since it’s inception. The best, most experienced / best trained drivers get in or cause few accidents. Our goal is to provide the industry with the most highly trained drivers in the industry through TTSAO Accredited schools.
These drivers help contribute to lower CVOR scores with carriers and thereby lower insurance rates for the carriers and making our roads all safer to travel.
The collaboration between Schools, Carriers, Insurance and Industry Professionals in the TTSAO help shape the future of excellence in Truck Driver Training in Ontario.
Highly Sought After Drivers
Drivers that graduate from a TTSAO accredited school are highly sought after. Carriers have made the connection from quality driver training to a lower CVOR.
Our members make industry connections and in some cases life long friendships! These events are essential as the industry wrestles with important changes.
Member Accredited Schools
Stay above the noise in the industry as more and more schools pop up all the time. Let it be known that you are one of the best because you have been accepted in the TTSAO
The Future Looks Bright
The TTSAO thrives on a dynamic blend of three distinct member categories, each contributing their unique expertise to our association. With these diverse groups, TTSAO members gain exclusive access to multiple facets of the industry, maximizing their networking opportunities.
TTSAO Membership Continues to Grow!
Accredited Schools in Ontario
TTSAO Member Carriers
TTSAO Member Insurance Groups
Industry Professionals / Companies that are TTSAO Associate Members
How Do I Become a TTSAO Accredited School?
Depending where you are in your journey will depend on which step you need to take. Registering with TTSAO will be the last step as you must be registered and approved through the Private Career Colleges Act before joining as an accredited school.