Class F License Training Program

Northern Training Division
Credential Earned: Training Certificate
Program Length: 2 Weeks

Cost: Free

Location: Training expected to occur at Apitipi Anicinapek Nation (AAN)

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If you’re ready to expand your driving capabilities and credentials as a stepping stone, a Class F license is just the way to do it. Our training allows you to operate vehicles designed with a seating capacity of up to 24 passengers. The Class F Training Program includes 3 hours of one-on-one in-vehicle instruction with a qualified instructor. It also covers the use of our vehicle during the MTO road test and 1 hour of in-vehicle training the day before the road test, if requested.

 

Delivery and Important Information

This program will be delivered face-to-face.

 

Pathways to Success and Career Opportunities

The Class F licence allows graduates to drive a regular, non-school bus with seating for up to 24 passengers, including a 15-passenger van and an ambulance. As well as drive any car or light truck covered under a Class G licence.

 

Eligibility & Requirements

  • Be of at least 18 years old
  • Have a valid Class G license or higher
  • Must be eligible to work in Canada i.e. Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Naturalized Canadian Citizen or Protected Person (without conditions)
  • Resident of Ontario (preference will be given to those who reside within Northeastern Ontario)
  • Self-declaration as a member from a designated group is voluntary and highly encouraged

 

Pre-requisites (to be submitted once you have been approved for the program):

  • Write and pass the MTO written test for F-Class driver (prior to start of program)
  • Complete an MTO physical and provide a copy (prior to start of program)
  • Obtain a Driver’s Abstract and provide a copy (prior to start of program)

 

For more information, please contact 705-235-3211 ext. 2202 or training@northern.on.ca.

This program is offered in partnership with Agnico Eagle and Apitipi Anicinapek Nation (formerly known as Wahgoshig First Nation).

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