DZ license in Ontario

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irsqyu
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Postby irsqyu » Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:22 am

[quote=""Aerial1""]Nice photo's of moderns training truck how long
ago was the picture with the deck gun in operation
taken. I have to admit this truck still drives and looks
great and they sure baby it at the school.

Thanks for the photo's[/quote]

Aerial1, I checked the dates, the deck gun pic was July 05, I also mistakenly said the new Spartan/Smeal truck was an 08, it was delivered in February 07 so the truck at Modern went out of active duty in Spring of 07. Here is a pic of the period when the trucks were switched over, the 93 on the right the 06/07 on the left. If you are interested, one of the Modern trucks sister trucks was refurbished and went to Brooklyn Nova Scotia where "Nagrom" is a member of the department(see pic)
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Smokin_TDI
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Postby Smokin_TDI » Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:54 pm

[quote=""HogwartsFD""]I was wondering where I could find an example of a circle check, or something similar for Ontario.

I checked around the Ministry of Transportation website but could not find one.

Any help would be appriciated

Thanks :) [/quote]

You could try going to a trucking company, explain your situation and ask for a copy of their circle check sheet

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fdfish
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Circle check sheets

Postby fdfish » Sat Jan 30, 2010 10:34 am

[quote=""HogwartsFD""]I was wondering where I could find an example of a circle check, or something similar for Ontario.

I checked around the Ministry of Transportation website but could not find one.

Any help would be appriciated

Thanks :) [/quote]


I have copies. If you need one pm me your email and I can send it to you.
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elway7
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Postby elway7 » Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:28 am

[quote=""fdfish""]I have copies. If you need one pm me your email and I can send it to you.[/quote]

Would you be willing to send me those copies as well? I'd greatly appreciate it! I've sent you a PM.

Cheers.

Spartan1
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Pump Ops / Auto X / DZ Licence

Postby Spartan1 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:02 pm

I just completed a pump ops and auto x program
at modern training in Hamilton both programs were
well taught and the instructors showed eagerness
to help all students in the class. I did recieve a school
certificate for both programs which is a great plus for
padding the resume. I did complete a DZ program at
this school a while back and returned due to the quality
of training given during the DZ course. All programs were
held on weekends and based around my schedule. The
tuition costs were also not outrageous. I would highly
recommend this school and all the fire programs offered.


Cheers !

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Fahrenheit451
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Toronto Truck Driving School

Postby Fahrenheit451 » Sat Jul 31, 2010 9:39 pm

Does anyone have experience with the Toronto Truck Driving School? I called them and they quoted $650 for both the Z brake course and a D driving course with in-class instructions and 8 in-vehicle sessions. I just don't know if they're reliable.
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Postby kvirgo786 » Tue Aug 09, 2011 6:38 pm

[quote=""OS23""]Recently got my license thru Truck Driver Training. I think the cost was around $700 for a one day in class course and 12 hours of truck time. For the money it was well worth it...great instructors who will help you pass the practical and you get to use their truck. If you do the math the cost of the test, rental of truck etc. and you blow it and have to do it all over again. The cost to me made it worthwile.[/quote]

If you dont mind, could you tell me the address for this place, i am looking forward to get my DZ license. i was told its very expensive to get. over 2k, you can email me at [email protected].

Thanks

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irsqyu
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Postby irsqyu » Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:01 pm

[quote=""kvirgo786""]If you dont mind, could you tell me the address for this place, i am looking forward to get my DZ license. i was told its very expensive to get. over 2k, you can email me at [email protected].

Thanks[/quote]

Here's their website!

http://www.moderntraining.com/
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Lightsandsiren
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Where do you live?

Postby Lightsandsiren » Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:43 pm

Depending on where you live, you may want to check out where I went to get my DZ licence. His name is Chris and the company is Safelane Fire Truck Driver Training. Their website is http://www.safelane.ca
He is located in Lindsay, Ontario.
Hope this helps,
Nicole

CoreyM
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DZ licence

Postby CoreyM » Mon Jul 08, 2013 12:00 pm

Would it be beneficial to acquire a AZ or BZ over the DZ license that most departments are looking for? I can get the BZ for the same cost as the DZ. The BZ also covers the DZ and other classes as well.

Let me know,

Thanks


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