Class One Training

Mandatory Entry-Level Training

Train for the demanding career

Class 1 License permits the holder to drive the truck and trailers. For class 1 commercial driver’s license, ICBC and the Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure stated guidelines and mandatory entry-level training. The British Columbia Insurance Corporation (ICBC) regulates class 1 driver training in Surrey, Delta, Langley, BC for Schools and instructors to finalize the MELT curriculum.

Now, you can learn the skills to get your Class 1 license with our comprehensive and cost-effective program.

3 Key points of the icbc class 1 melt program in Surrey, Delta, Langley, BC offered by OTT Driving Academy
  • 47 hours of classroom instruction (in-depth knowledge of the Trucking Field, Backup, Vehicle Parts, Driving Methods, Working Hours, Chaining, Documentation, Regulations, Inspection of Vehicles, and more)
  • 37 hours in the yard and on the road (Straight backing, offset backing, Alley-dock backing)
  • Approximately 50 hours of on-road driving, this includes before sunset and after sunset driving modules.
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Know more about OTT’s Class 1 Training driving

OTT Group offers a professional and trusted truck Class 1 driving school in Surrey, Delta, Langley, BC that has earned a reputation with its 15 years of experience in the trucking industry. OTT Driving academy is an ICBC-approved MELT Training Program Instructor in Surrey, Delta, Langley, BC.

Our Class 1 MELT program in Surrey, BC will align with the National Safety Code’s new entry-level training standard, Standard 16, and with Canadian jurisdictions’ mandatory Class 1 entry-level training standards.

OTT’s team will guide you and provide you with career counseling. OTT’s instructors have great experience in the trucking industry and they are licensed and insured professionals in the industry. With our in-depth training and simple online application, you’ll be driving legally in less time! Getting a Class 1 License has never been this easy.

M.E.L.T. programs typically require at least 103.5 hours of instruction training from an accredited truck driving school in BC. The training takes place both inside a classroom and on the road. A truck driver will receive training that covers all the skills required to safely operate a truck.

Anyone over the age of 19 with a British Columbia Learner’s Permit can apply for the Mandatory Entry-Level Training (MELT) program. You can contact us to learn more.

A career as a truck driver with a Class 1 driving license can be a good option. It is a demanding career in Canada and you can get the highest pay with this job.