Driver Training

Air Brakes (A Endorsement)

This course covers air brake basics. It will take students step by step through the complete system on modern trucks and trailers in detail with special attention on the importance of brake adjustment and brake maintence. 

ATV Safety

This course provides students with the knowledge and experience to properly operate ATVs. Students will learn about controls, riding terrain, turning and climbing hills. This course is a seven hour training program.

Class 1 and 3 Driver Training

Professional Drivers are among the most in-demand occupation in Canada!  IITSS offers Class 1 and 3 Driver Training courses that will help you get started in this rewarding career.  Course lengths are available in 5 and 10 day lengths or other in custom durations that will address the needs of the student.

Trainees are required to have their Class 1 Learners including the Air Brake written portion PRIOR to starting their driving time.

If you are having difficulty with the learner's exams we can offer some advice and assistance.  Please call us!

Trainees are accepted to the program based on a first qualified, first registered basis.

GODI (General Oilfield Driver Improvement)

The General Oilfield Driver Improvement training course is intended for upstream petroleum industry (UPI) workers who drive vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of greater than 5,500 kilograms. For those workers engaged in oilfield trucking in British Columbia, this course is a regulatory requirement. UPI workers who drive oilfield vehicles with a GVW less than 5,500 kilograms may benefit more from the Light-Duty Vehicles - Driver Improvement training course.

Course Outline:

• Professional Driving Attitude

• Off-Highway Driving Techniques

• Regulatory Requirements

• Inspection and Maintenance

• Non-Driving Skills

• Hauling and Towing

Load Securement


This course is to instruct students who are responsible for tying down or securing heavy loads and/or heavy equipment on trailers.

Classroom Topics:

•The Importance of Proper Securement

•General Cargo Securement Requirements

•Guiding Principle of Public Safety

•How Cargo Must Be Contained, Immobilized Or Secured

•Consequences of Improperly Secured Loads Activity

•Elements of A Securement System

•Requirements For Containing, Immobilizing, And Securing Cargo

•Working Load Limits & Default Working Load Limits For Unmarked Tie-Downs

•Identifying Working Load Limit of An Unmarked Securing Device

•Calculating Aggregate Working Load Limits For Tie-Downs Attached To The Cargo

•How To Inspect Securement Systems

•Determining If Cargo Is Secured Properly

•Securement Requirements For Heavy Vehicles, Equipment And Machinery

•Principles For Securing Heavy Vehicles, Equipment And Machinery

Field/Hand-on Activities:

•How To Inspect Chains

•Securing Devices

•Inspection & Verification

•Vehicle Placement on Trailer

•Proper Weight & Attachment Distribution

•Mid-Trip Inspections

•Heights & Clearances

•Cargo Securement

Log Books & Fatigue Management

This course will teach students the knowledge and skill needed to correctly complete log books. This course also explains the impact of fatigue and stategies to prevent it.

Professional Driver Improvement

This course is designed to improve a drivers skill and focuses on drivers' expectations and analysis of dangerous situations. 

Course Topics Include:

  • Off Highway Driving
  • Tire Blowout
  • Distracted Driving Legislation

UTV - Utility Terrain Vehicle Safety Training

This course is to instruct students on proper riding techniques for operating a UTV.

Course Instruction Includes:

  • Pre Trip Inspections
  • Risk Management
  • Protective Personal Equipment
  • Emergncy Procedure