TTSAO links with on-line recruiting service

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MISSISSAGUA, Ont. — The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) has signed an agreement with Link Logistics to promote

TTSAO grads will be registered into the database, making their resumes visible on-line to hundreds of potential employers subscribing to the service.

“All drivers that graduate from a truck driving course at any of our accredited schools, will be flagged as TTSAO certified drivers in driverlink’s database,” says Wayne Campbell, president of the TTSAO.

“The TTSAO’s membership has increased substantially in the last couple of years. This now is an excellent national marketing tool to distinguish its graduates from other training organizations in Ontario and give the industry the entry-level drivers that are employable.”

The TTSAO will be the only training organization in Ontario that will be endorsed and supported by Link Logistics.

“Given the current challenges that carriers face regarding driver shortages,” says Daron Rosenbusch, manager of, “Link is working closely with various training organizations across Canada in an effort to increase the exposure of available, qualified drivers to employers, and similarly improve the drivers’ accessibility to the available jobs in the industry.

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