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Mandatory Entry-Level Training : experience and equivalency Class 1 MELT : program overview

Description

Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT) was implemented on March 1, 2019 by the Government of Alberta to improve safety for everyone on the road by ensuring Class 1 (tractor-trailer) and Class 2 (bus) drivers receive adequate training before they are tested for a Class 1 or Class 2 driver’s licence. Drivers who have held a Class 3 driver’s licence with two (2) or more years of experience driving Class 3 commercial vehicles may be eligible to take the Experience and Equivalency Class 1 MELT Program.

Updated

January 11, 2021

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Class 1 drivers licences MELT Mandatory Entry-Level Training commercial drivers driver training drivers licences operators licences truck drivers

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8 pages

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Other

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Creator
Transportation
Publisher

Transportation

Place of Publication

Edmonton

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Date Created

2020-11-26

Date Added

2020-11-26T17:35:26.186464

Date Modified

2021-01-11

Date Issued

2020-11-26

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