CVWS Train the Trainer Session
Training in Quebec
For CVWS training in Quebec, please contact CVWS instructor Philippe Langlois by clicking:
Training Calendar for Ontario
2022 Upcoming Training Dates: December 21
2023 Upcoming Training Dates: February 1 // March 1 // March 29 // June 7 // July 12 // August 2 // September 13 // October 4 // November 1 // December 13
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Level: Basic 3/Advanced
Instructor: Brad Hawke
Registration and Fee: Contact Brad Hawke to register/fee details at 416.918.1033 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
This course leads to a certification that is required by regulation in Ontario for any person who removes or replaces wheels on trucks, trailers and motor coaches. Successful participants who complete this modular training program will obtain a certificate from the Ministry of Training, College and Universities. Certification can be obtained at 4 different levels. This course is based on the training handbook “Practical Tire & Wheel Service”.
Why this is important
Improper tire and wheel service procedures can cause serious, even fatal injuries. Tire and wheel assemblies have the potential to explode. Improperly installed wheel assemblies can become detached from a vehicle while it is travelling on a road or highway, and become a serious safety threat to other motorists, or even pedestrians.
Who should take the course
Any person involved in servicing tires or wheels on trucks, trailer and buses is required to become certified through this training course. Persons who are not certified are acting unlawfully if they perform this work without first being certified. Tire service personnel, drivers and technicians, along with their supervisors and managers need to attend.
What’s in the course
The certification training program consists of 17 learning modules and allows individuals to become certified at one of four different levels. These levels are based on the specific needs of the individual and based on the job tasks each person is required to perform. Each of the basic certification levels are very limited in scope and are intended for drivers and other individuals who must perform certain job functions as listed below. Training in these basic levels includes classroom and practical learning. The advanced stream is designed for tire service technicians, people who perform tire service work as a primary part of their job functions. Advanced level training Participants must be experienced tire service personnel and the training is offered in the classroom.
- Basic I. – Inflation (Modules 1-3) Appropriate for drivers and other individuals whose job descriptions require them to re-inflate tires, but not to perform any other work related to tires or wheels. Approximately 1 ½ hours classroom and 1 hour practical.
- Basic II. – Inflation & Checking (Modules 1-5) Appropriate for drivers and other individuals whose job descriptions require them to re-inflate tires and/or perform checks of wheel fastener security, but not to perform any other work related to tires or wheels. Approximately 2 hours classroom and 2 hours practical.
- Basic III. – Remove and Replace (Modules 1-9) Appropriate for drivers and other individuals whose job descriptions require them to remove and replace mounted tire and rim assemblies on their vehicles. Approximately 3 hours classroom and 2 hours practical.
- Advanced – Service Technician (Modules 1-17) Appropriate for individuals whose job descriptions involve removal and replacements of tires and wheels from vehicles, tire de-mounting and mounting, and tire repairs. Approximately 6 hours classroom and no practical because all participant must have 3 months on-the-job training as a prerequisite.
Basic Levels – None, Advanced Level – 3 months on-the-job experience
Course is Suitable for
Drivers, managers, trainers and operations staff
“Practical Tire & Wheel Service”, 96 page handbook included (Retail value $25.00)
Discuss with Instructor
4 – 8 hr
Yes, issued by Ontario Ministry of Training, College & Universities