Topstone Career College offering MELT course

by Today's Trucking

Topstone Career College in Kitchener, Ont., has announced it’s now offering Class A entry-level training for professional truck drivers.

The MELT program is 103.5 hours, and Class D and air brake training are also offered.

Topstone truck
(Photo: Topstone Career College)

“Since Topstone Career College is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 and our tractor-trailer MELT program is approved as a vocational program, funding can be obtained for eligible candidates from different resources,” the company said in an announcement. 

“We also provide online self-paced driving courses that can be studied by any truck driver anywhere anytime to become more knowledgeable and qualified, like Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG), Dump Truck Operator Safety, and Cargo Securement – Tank Trucks and Trailers.”

More information can be found here.

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  • MELT is the poorest Entry Level Truck Driver Training Program Canada has ever had.
    You do not know how to drive a truck in 103 hours.