Classroom

Classroom sessions are generally held by request from truckers, trucking companies, species organizations, processing plants, etc. Classroom courses will be held for a minimum of five or more. From time to time, industry organizations or course instructors will post an upcoming classroom training session that will accept registrants.

Classroom sessions offer opportunities to ask questions directly of an instructor, network with your peers and to have a truly interactive education experience. We find that transporters share their experiences, which provides an excellent mentorship opportunity for new drivers.

Each species module takes approximately four to five hours to complete in a classroom session, with a short exam at the end. It is possible to take two species modules in a classroom session. Contact us or a certified instructor to find out more about this option.

You will be provided with all course manuals and related materials as part of your registration fee. Your exam and certificate processing fees are also included as part of your registration.

All courses require re-certification every three years.

CLT Certified Instructors Contact Information

Brian Goodfellow – New Dayton, Alberta
ph:403-382-9923
brianlg55@gmail.com

Rick Sincennes – Picture Butte, Alberta
ph:403-382-7928
fax: 403-732-5064
ngtngl@yahoo.com

Roland Cailliau – Valleyview, Alberta
ph:780-524-4402/780-524-8676
fax:780-524-5720
crcowz@gmail.com

Jennifer Woods – Blackie, Alberta
ph:403-684-3008/403-651-5263
livestockhandling@me.com

Ken McDonald – Indian Head, Saskatchewan
ph:306-695-2157/306-695-0121
fax: 306-695-3927
ken.mcdonald@sasktel.net

Cheryl McLachlan – Ontario
ph: 519-644-1274
farbenfarms@execulink.com

Brent Royce – Ontario
ph: 519-291-8279
belroyalfarm@gmail.com

Stephane Beaudoin – St. Germain-de-Grantham, Quebec
ph: 819-469-2883
fax: 819-395-4669
gestbeau@gmail.com

To book classes in British Columbia, Manitoba or the Maritime provinces contact the CLT office.