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NATT Offering Exciting Truck Driving Scholarship

NATT Offering Exciting Truck Driving Scholarship

An exciting new truck driving scholarship program from NATT (Northern Academy of Transportation Training) gives people the opportunity to gain their AZ Drivers license (MELT- Mandatory Entry Level Training) with up to full cost of tuition completely paid for.

The objective of the scholarship program is to provide financial assistance to a newly admitted student who is interested in a long-term position of becoming a professional truck driver and who demonstrates a financial need. 

“There’s a high demand for trained AZ transport drivers”, shared Brian Pattison, General Manager of NATT, “but there is a lack of trained drivers. This scholarship program is good for companies who are trying to hire entry level professionally trained drivers, and an excellent opportunity for someone looking for a great career”, Pattison added.

The AZ program includes classroom and practical training, with hands-on training in the yard and on the road using a tractor-trailer, while under the instruction of a qualified trainer.

For more details about the AZ Program at NATT, view the outline here.

There are a few eligibility and pre-requisite requirements before being accepted into the truck driving scholarship program. Anyone who is interested in the scholarship are encourage to contact NATT.

For more details about the scholarship program, contact Nicole at NATT to see if you qualify 705 692 9222 x 209.

2 Responses

  1. Angel says:

    Hi! I’m writing from Argentina. I was a trucker in US for about 10 years. I’d love to move to Canada and become a driver there. Do you know if there is a company, or a visa program that I could get into to apply for residency? I will get my training with your school, if I can! Thank you very much for any info you could provide.

    • admin says:

      Hi Angel, thanks for reaching out. I’m not sure of a visa program, but possibly try the Government of Canada website for details. Good luck!

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