How can I find truck driving jobs?

Almost every industry depends on transportation, and that means that there’s a big demand for truck drivers. It also means that when you finish your training, there are employers looking for you to fill the demand.

Employers post truck driving jobs on virtually every job search website, including Kijiji, HRDC job bank and Workopolis. Just search for “truck driver,” “class 1” or “class 3” in your area and you’ll find a variety of jobs that you can consider.

We find that everyone’s needs are different when they’re looking for a job, so we work with each of our students to make sure they’re applying for a job that suits their needs and abilities. If you’re considering training with us to launch your truck driving career, contact us today.

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* Students must be at least 18 years of age and hold a minimum (valid) Alberta Class 5 (non GDL) driver's licence.

* Knowledge Exam required PRIOR to in-vehicle training or testing

* Medical Exam required before Class 1 licence will be granted

* Road tests = Examination Fees (knowledge and/or road) + hours of truck rental

* Book ahead with a group and receive a discount

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AB RoadSafe Safety and Driver Training

26526 TWP Rd 543

Sturgeon County, Alberta

(780) 668-9799

corri@abroadsafe.com