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Big Tyres


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This class is 40 hours:

  • 5 hours in class

  • 5 hours of training practicing pre-trip inspections and the practical air test

  • 15 hours of practical training behind the steering wheel

  • 15 hours observation time




  • Graduated class 5 driver’s license (No Novice restrictions)

  • Current drivers medical

  •  SGI written 3A learners’ exam

  • At least 18 years of age

  • The written air test must be completed before the practical air test exam

Saskatchewan Resident

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  • Saskatchewan Resident

  • At least 18 years of age

  • Graduated class 5 driver’s license (No Novice Restrictions)

  • Current drivers medical

  • SGI written 1A learners’ exam (Recommended)

This course meets the SGI MELT requirements of:

-47 hours of in class time

-39 Hours of driving time

-35.5 hours of yard time

(includes pre-trip inspection, coupling/uncoupling, backing maneuvers and air brakes)

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Air Brakes

This MELT Air Brakes course covers the fundamentals of air brakes, including the operation and maintenance of air-braked vehicles. This course is taught in two parts, a 7 hour classroom session and a practical in-yard session. We cover topics such as the basic components of an air system, how to identify the function of each component, how to check for proper brake adjustment, how to set up the brakes, and how to maintain and troubleshoot the air brake system. In order to participate in this course, you must be at least 18 years of age and have successfully passed the written air test.

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