Class 1 Driver Training

Course Details:

A Class 1 driver’s license allows holders to drive semi-trailer trucks and operate all other class 1 to 5 motor vehicles or a combination of vehicles. The Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT) course is a pre-requisite for Class 1 road testing in BC and is aimed at creating safer highways for everyone.

Course Includes
Practical in-yard training, on-highway driving and theoretical learning components
Focus on National Safety Code compliance for commercial vehicle safety, hours of service requirements, load securement, and other fundamentals like air brakes and professional on-highway driving skills
Safe operating practices for B.C.’s mountainous geography and diverse climate conditions, and highlights the unique driving conditions that can occur in other jurisdictions
must be 19 years of age and hold a B.C. Class 1 learner driver’s licence.
Applicants must meet all commercial driver record pre-screening requirements if applicable, qualify on required knowledge testing, and be able to meet driver medical fitness and vision standards.
Dates:Flexible, Full-Time/Part-Time
Location:Training providers available throughout BC
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