KRTS to offer online driver training system

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MARKHAM, Ont. – KRTS Transportation Specialists has partnered with Carrier’s Edge, to offer the online driver training system with its current training.

Under the agreement, KRTS will not only implement the Carrier’s Edge online driver training system for all clients of its accredited A/Z driver training program, but as a preferred partner, will also market Carrier’s Edge to the industry through a custom learning environment.

“KRTS is well known for their industry leadership and award-winning programs, and we’re excited to have them as the premier Carrier’s Edge partner,” noted Mark Murrell, president of Carrier’s Edge.

“This partnership not only provides KRTS clients with a modern, complete online training system, but it offers a great solution for KRTS corporate clients and preferred carriers as well.”

Carrier’s Edge provides a full set of driver training courses in an integrated online environment, with content tailored for Canadian drivers, and numerous customization and configuration options.

KRTS will be using Carrier’s Edge to replace its existing CD-based training.

“E-Learning has made its way into the transportation industry and those who embrace it will have an economic, recruitment and retention advantage over their competitors,” stated Kim Richardson, president of KRTS.

“After an intense six month trial process, we’re very happy to be a preferred partner with Carrier’s Edge, knowing they offer the premier online training solution for this industry.”

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