Enhance Your Skills:
Classroom Training

OTA offers a comprehensive range of in-class courses to equip carriers with essential knowledge for safe and efficient operations. From cargo securement to collision investigation and hours of service regulations, our courses enhance your skills and help you stay compliant on the road.

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Available Courses

An Introduction to Collision Investigation

This half-day session provides drivers and carriers with essential knowledge on handling collisions, including scene assessment, responsibilities, risk mitigation, and statement collection.

Cargo Securement

Ensuring cargo is properly secured is a critical aspect of safely operating a commercial vehicle. This half-day training session is designed to review the cargo securement requirements found in the National Safety...

Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR) 101

The CVOR system is designed to promote the safe operation of commercial vehicles. Knowing how to monitor carrier performance and interpret the information reported...

Daily Vehicle Inspections and Reports

Conducting proper driver daily vehicle inspections are key to ensuring the safe operation of any commercial vehicle and limiting delays due to mechanical breakdowns.

Hours of Service – Canadian Requirements

This course gives an understanding of the Canadian Hours of Service regulations that limit the number of hours drivers can operate commercial vehicles.

Hours of Service – Cross Border and Advanced Canadian Rules

This course builds on the Hours-of-Service – Canadian Requirements to introduce more advanced concepts and the US Hours-of-Service rules for seamless border crossing.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

This course teaches the requirements for handling, offering for transport and transporting dangerous goods in trucking setting. Canadian regulations require all individuals involved...

Commercial Vehicle Wheel Service

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.

Ontario’s Long Combination Vehicle Program

Ontario LCVs consist of specially equipped tractors pulling two full-sized semi-trailers. They may operate on specified 400-series highways and the QEW as well as between...

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