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ETT hopes to train students how to safely operate a vehicle and give the best possible hands on training for students to become successful and skillful drivers.
Edmonton Truck Training offers competitive prices and quality training! Give us a call to talk about training opportunities.
Come to us for the best education from experienced instructors.
Edmonton Truck Training (ETT), provides training that is fast and training that is precise. We are conveniently located in the South East side of the city, and ensure drivers are exposed to a variety of city streets and highways. At ETT you can be confident in your educational experience! ETT provides each student with the most advanced training by using industry leading teaching techniques both in the classroom and behind the wheel. ETT specializes in Class 1, 3, and Air brake. An experienced and certified instructor will meet your driving training needs. ETT staff are always friendly, professional, and flexible. ETT is excited about providing education that will assist you in a new career on the road. Contact Edmonton Truck Training if you have need additional information or have any questions. ETT is always here to help.
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NOTE: CLASS 1 HAS NOW CHANGED AS OF MARCH 1ST, 2019. STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN OBTAINING A CLASS 1 LICENCE WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE MELT (MANDATORY ENTRY LEVEL TRAINING). THE NEW CURRICULUM CAN BE FOUND ON THE ALBERTA TRANSPORTATION WEBSITE.
With competitive rates and fast service, we’ll give you the best value for your time and money.
Learn how to operate a truck using advanced skills and techniques and be a safe driver!
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Any driver who has obtained a Class 1 licence between October 10, 2018 and March 1, 2019, may be required to retake the new enhanced knowledge and road test. This is to ensure all new drivers meet the new standards. Drivers will have two attempts to pass, the first one at the government's expense.