Overview

Your teams are constantly on the move. Pulling them into a classroom training is it really feasible? you either need to interrupt your every day business, or you need them to give up their time off. Doesn’t work in reality? Neither options are good enough. Another challenge is getting people to focus and motivate to learn, and you end up with a disruptive, expensive exercise that never reaches most of the people who want it.

TTN offers a better option – online training programs that provide the content you need, when and where you need. With a range of different titles, and flexible packaging options, your training requirements just got a whole lot simpler to manage. For infrequent, periodic, or specific training needs, courses can be purchased individually from TTN self-serve Online Portal supported by CarriersEdge. You will get access to the industry’s best online training courses – engaging, interactive, and proven effective content – along with a full range of management tracking and reporting tools.

Courses Overview

Select just the courses you need, for just the people who need them. English, French and Punjabi* languages are supported. Have multiple people that need trainings? Can’t afford Time off? Need to learn the latest? That is No problem when you are with TTN for your training needs. TTN online training makes it easy for you to register your people into courses, track their progress, and print training records and completion certificates. *Few courses

Individual Courses

TTN offers a wide range of pricing options, as well as volume discounts. Courses may be purchased individually or as a monthly subscription. You decide what best suits your training program needs! Subscription rates also available. Contact us for more details at info@thetruckingnetwork.ca or 1-800-508-1214.

Regulatory Compliance

This course provides drivers with the necessary skills to find and apply required information in the TDG Clear Language Regulations. Specific topics address identifying dangerous goods, locating information in Schedules 1, 2, and 3, determining the accuracy of shipping documents, determining whether different goods can be transported together, choosing the proper safety marks, identifying safe handling and loading procedures, and locating information in the ERG.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning. Upon completion, participants will be certified to handle, transport, and offer DG for transport.

Type: Online

Lessons: 8

Passing Score: 85

This course discusses the impact that hazardous materials can have when in the wrong hands, and gives drivers an overview of how they can protect their vehicle from potential hijacking or theft when hauling these materials. The module also outlines six major areas where drivers must pay extra attention to security, the steps to take in each situation, and what to watch for.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 1

Passing Score: 80

This course covers the Regulations for Hours of Service in Canada. An outline of the regulations is provided along with a detailed examination of the correct procedure for filling out daily logs, including sleeper berth and other exceptions. The importance of pre-trip planning and inspection is also discussed.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 4

Passing Score: 85

This course covers the Regulations for Hours of Service in both Canada and the United States. An outline of the regulations is provided along with a detailed examination of the correct procedure for filling out daily logs, including sleeper berth and other exceptions. Examples for both Canada and the United States are used throughout the course, along with comparison charts to highlight the differences between the two countries. The importance of pre-trip planning and inspection is also discussed.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 4

Passing Score: 85

This course provides an overview of the basic cargo securement principles covered by the North American Cargo Securement Standard (Canadian NSC Standard 10 and 49 CFR 393.100 & 393.136), and is based on Techni-Com's Practical Cargo Securement manual. This module focuses specifically on flatbed applications.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning

Type: Online

Lessons: 5

Passing Score: 80

This course provides an overview of the basic cargo securement principles covered by the North American Cargo Securement Standard (Canadian NSC Standard 10 and 49 CFR 393.100 & 393.136), and is based on Techni-Com's Practical Cargo Securement manual. This module focuses specifically on cargo van applications.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 5

Passing Score: 80

This course provides an overview of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System 2015, specifically for transportation industry workers. Topics include employee rights & responsibilities, hazards and pictograms, supplier & workplace labels, and Safety Data Sheets. A comparison of WHMIS and TDG is also included, highlighting how the two standards work together.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 4

Passing Score: 80

This course introduces participants to FMCSA's Compliance, Safety, Accountability progam (formerly Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010), explaining the program background, Operational Model, the 6 BASICs and Crash Indicator, weighting, and interventions. The Safety Fitness Determination and Pre-Employment Screening program are also discussed.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 85

This course will give safety-sensitive employees a comprehensive overview of drug and alcohol testing, including the effects of drugs and alcohol, the testing processes, the types of results, as well as the consequences of a positive test.

Online learning content is equivalent to a 4-hour classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 85

This course will help supervisors identify unsafe behaviour that may be due to drugs or alcohol, document that behaviour and manage the reasonable suspicion testing process.

Please note: This course is designed to be taken after the Drug and Alcohol Testing Overview module to comply with FMCSA regulations time requirements.

Online learning content is equivalent to a 4-hour classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 85

This course focuses on safe handling and transportation of food for drivers. A review of the Food Safety Modernization Act, best practices for hygiene, trailer preparation and inspection, and tips for monitoring cargo during the trip are provided.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 1

Passing Score: 80

This course discusses security awareness while transporting goods across the border and how to use security inspections, through the context of C-TPAT and PIP. Best practices for making the trip across the border are also discussed.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 80

This course discusses the process and best practices for properly inspecting a tractor-trailer. Sections include a review of the regulations and inspection report, best practices for each individual inspection point on the tractor and trailer, and a repeatable process for identifying and documenting defects.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 4

Passing Score: 80

Professional Driving

This course provides an overview of tractor-trailer defensive driving practices, outlining the conditions that affect every driving situation, the factors contributing to collisions, and the fundamental rules of defensive driving. Topics include speed and space management, intersections, turning, lane changes, backing up, and dealing with adverse conditions.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning. The individual topics of this course are also available in standalone format for refresher or post-incident usage.

Type: Online

Lessons: 8

Passing Score: 80

This course looks at the principles of defensive driving, specifically applied to safe operation in winter weather. Topics discuss equipment preparation and maintenance, identifying and adjusting for adverse winter conditions, handling emergency situations, and additional precautions for mountain driving.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 80

This course provides a foundation for fuel efficient driving, outlining the factors that influence fuel efficiency (both in and out of a driver's control) and driving habits that maximize efficiency.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 85

Produced in partnership with ATBS Canada, and based on ATBS Canada's Owner Operator Business Manual, this course explains fundamental business concepts as they apply to Owner-Operators. Topics include fixed and variable costs, vehicle leasing vs. purchase, time management, operating and reserve accounts, and considerations when signing with a carrier.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 6

Passing Score: 85

Produced in partnership with Trans Canada Chiropractic, this course focuses on the cornerstones of a healthy lifestyle - sleep, diet, and exercise. Topics discuss fatigue, sleep apnea, nutrition, weight management, illness and injury prevention, specifically as they relate to truck drivers. Examples of simple exercise routines designed for the road are also included. The individual topics of this course are also available in standalone format.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 5

Passing Score: 80

Produced in partnership with Trans Canada Chiropractic, this course focuses on fatigue and sleep. Topics discuss healthy sleep, signs of fatigue, and sleep apnea, specifically as they relate to truck drivers.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 2

Passing Score: 80

Produced in partnership with Trans Canada Chiropractic, this course focuses on diet and exercise. Topics discuss nutrition, healthy eating, and weight management, specifically as they relate to truck drivers. Examples of simple exercise routines designed for the road are also included.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 2

Passing Score: 80

Produced in partnership with Trans Canada Chiropractic, this course focuses on preventing illness and injury. Topics discuss common germs and viruses, the importance of proper handwashing, tips for avoiding back injuries, and safe lifting, specifically as they relate to truck drivers.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 2

Passing Score: 80

This courses discusses best practices to follow when drivers are involved in an incident, including appropriate behaviour, securing the vehicle, assisting the injured, and reporting.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 1

Passing Score: 80

This course provides an overview of the main types of distraction faced by drivers, including the three sources of distraction. The four states of mind that lead to distraction and the dangers of handheld and hands-free devices are also discussed.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 1

Passing Score: 80

Industrial Regulatory Compliance

This course provides an overview of safe practices for lift truck operation. A discussion of requirements for safe operation in different situations is supplemented with a look at lift truck regulations, common hazards, descriptions of lift truck components and maintenance requirements.

Online learning content is equivalent to one half-day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 4

Passing Score: 75

This course explains the different classes of fire and their specific dangers. It looks at safe workplace practices that will prevent a fire from occurring, as well as the steps to take in the event of a fire, both in the warehouse and on the road. The correct operation of a fire extinguisher is also discussed.

Online learning content is equivalent to one full day classroom course. Course concludes with a knowledge exam to validate learning.

Type: Online

Lessons: 3

Passing Score: 80

Volume Discounts

As your company’s online training investment increase, enjoy these Volume Discounts.

Level Investment Discount
A $900 + 5%
B $1,400 + 10%
C $2,700 + 15%
D $3,900 + 20%
E $5,000 + 25%

Testing

The Trucking Network provides multiple types and levels of testing to accurately gauge the knowledge level of your people. From simple self-checks to detailed final exams, you've got a wealth of tools for measuring progress and performance.

Checkpoints

Ensuring drivers are on the right track throughout the training, Checkpoints let them see for themselves what they've learned, and guide them along when they need additional help.

Course Finals

Once the course content is completed, Course Finals ensure that all the learning objectives have been met. Comprehensive, scenario-based final tests track driver performance and identify any gaps requiring further assistance.

Knowledge Baselines

For those situations where you want to test knowledge without putting people through training, Knowledge Baselines give you a variety of options for standalone assessment.

Tracking

To help stay on top of all your training, The Trucking Network online training includes a range of different reporting and analytical tools, allowing fleets to see a broad strokes overview of activities, drill down into specifics, or compare results to identify trends.

For all the things that need to be done periodically, our online training keeps track of who’s due for recertification and provides regular updates via email.

The High Level View

Basic reports give you a broad-strokes overview of what's going on in your environment. A quick way to see how things are progressing, Overview reports let you see who started, worked on, completed, passed or failed any module, in any period.

A Closer Look

For more specific insights, Detail reports let you drill down into the data and explore specifics – how much time someone spent, where they did well, and where they need further work. A great foundation for focused one-on-one interventions.

Trends and Gaps

Improving driver quality across the entire fleet requires an understanding of trends and broader knowledge gaps. These reports do the heavy lifting for you, identifying the best and worst performers overall, and the specific subject areas that cause the most problems for drivers.

Stay Compliant

For all those things that need to be redone periodically, Compliance Management is on the job, keeping track of expiries, notifying people when it's renewal time, and breaking out overall status by location, manager, and individual.