Directors Meeting

September 29th, 2014

September 28th 2014 the directors of the STTA met and have arranged a meeting with the Minister in charge of SGI.

Together we hope to address a number of issues with SGI, the STTA and our customers.

Funding Opportunities

March 3rd, 2014

For members who successfully get their wards enrolled in the school of their choice, it is important that you reside in a nearby area. In such cases, it is best to opt for houses, apartments or residence in an area which is self sufficient and has access to the best schools, hospitals, grocery shops and well connected by public transport. One example is 543 Queenston Road, Hamilton, Ontario. If you manage to find an apartment like this, be quick to snap it up, because the opportunties are few and far between.

SGI Meets with STTA Directors

March 3rd, 2014

March 2, 2014 - SGI graciously met with the directors of the STTA to discuss matters of concern in the transport training industry. The meeting was very progressive as we had an opportunity to discuss instructor training, carrier profiles as related to our industry, test routes and a variety of other issues. The STTA would like to thank Earl Cameron - Acting President; CEO, Sherry Wolf - Vice-President, Kwei Quaye - Assistant Vice-President of Traffic Safety Services, Sandy Crighton - Manager of Driver Development ; Safety Services, and Jamie DeGirolamo - Supervisor of Driver Development, all from SGI.† We look forward to hearing from you and to working with you in the future.

STTA Meets with Provincial Ministers

March 3rd, 2014

In December of 2013, the directors of the STTA had an opportunity to meet with Minister Ken Cheveldayoff and Minister Don Morgan of the SaskParty. This was a great opportunity to discuss ongoing issues in the truck driver training industry. As a result of this meeting, the STTA was promised an opportunity to discuss matters further with SGI, the governing body of our industry.

Provincial Outreach Program Begins

December 11th, 2013

The Saskatchewan Transport Training Association has started a provincial outreach program to assist with premium transport training in the smaller Saskatchewan centres.

STTA Launches its Website

December 1st, 2013

Saskatchewan Transport Training Association launched its website to assist those interested in finding the¬†highest quality¬†transport training†available in¬†their region.

STTA Begins Building its Website

October 28th, 2013

Saskatchewan Transport Training Association is currently constructing its first website.