Our truck driver school in New Brunswick believes in hands-on learning in a fun and interactive environment. TCC offers a variety of transportation programs in New Brunswick. We have helped thousand of students learn the skills to gain awesome careers as transport truck drivers around the world.
Learn to become a professional transport truck driver from experienced and talented instructor. You’ll benefit from our relationships with many carriers and our focus to helping you get hired!
We are the original New Brunswick, locally owned and operated truck driver training school. We have over 25 years experience training long-haul truck drivers since 1989, as the former GW Driver Training. We offer training in a “real” setting; an industrial park and on adjacent highways. Over the years, we have developed an excellent reputation with trucking and construction related companies and continue to provide training to students that will get them ready for a successful career. Each of our programs were designed with industry in mind, ensuring students that they have the training needed to enter the workforce. You’ll LOVE a career in transportation!
A training facility that provides the skills you need to be successful in meeting the needs within the trucking industry
it is a really good place to take your truckers liscence, its a great company and also great instructors
Just got my class one today and couldn’t have asked for a better group of instructors to help me get
I’m attending the class one now and I love it great experience and awesome instructors looking forward to jump in
Awesome group of instructors. Shawn, the classroom instructor, was a funny guy but when someone did something that he was
Best place to go for class 1E driver training. With all the driver instructor there is over 135 yrs experience.
It is a really good place to take your truckers licence, its a great company and also great instructors
Great place to learn the proper skills of the road and have to confidence to hit the road after training.
I took the 12-week Trucking course last year with Trans-Canada College, and I’ve been employed ever since. I had no
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