DFZ Program – Emergency Vehicle/Small Passenger Bus

(This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.)

Training is provided on a flexible training schedule which can be arranged around your time schedule.

MTO prep day is a one day course here at the school at no added charge. You can use our Official MTO Truck book from our library. We mock test you to make sure you are ready to do your written test.

Once your written is done, we can book your practical road test with the Drive Test Centre.

You would come in on the Tuesday before for driving practice, Wednesday before for driving practice and then test on the Thursday.

Your Air brake certification is a two day course and is done at the school under the Truck Training School Association of Ontario approval with the MTO. Both written and practical are done here. You take the envelope to the Drive Test Centre with you on your practical test day and it is put on your license.

The Z endorsement can be done before you have your medical done because it is a stand a-lone course.


[accordion title=”Age”]Applicants must be 18 years of age to drive in Canada, and 21 to drive internationally.[/accordion]
[accordion title=”Enrollment Application”]You are required to complete an Enrolment Application and be able to provide the following:
• A Valid Driver’s Licence “G” or Higher
• Driver Abstract[/accordion]
[accordion title=”MTO Medical”] MTO Medical is required to be filled out by a doctor.

Download the form here[/accordion]