Defensive Driving Training
Air Brakes Training
Air Brakes Training prepares you to take the Nova Scotia Registry of Motor Vehicles Air Brakes Test, required to be issued an air brake endorsement.
Air Brakes Training covers legislation, regulations, air brake systems and components and correct procedures required to safely operate a vehicle equipped with an Air Brake System. The Nova Scotia Registry of Motor Vehicles requires drivers of vehicles equipped with air brakes to have the ‘Air Brake Endorsement’ as part of their current license classification. You will prepare for this endorsement while taking the Air Brakes Course.
Air Brakes Certification Key Benefits
Upon completion of Air Brakes Course, you will take the Nova Scotia Registry of Motor Vehicles Air Brakes Test, required to be issued an ‘Air Brake Endorsement’. An Air Brake Endorsement Permits the holder to drive vehicles equipped with air brakes in the class of vehicle for which the driver is licensed. Air Brakes Certification components include: • Brakes And Braking • The Components Of An Air Brake System • How The Basic System Works • Spring Parking Brakes • Trailer System • Dual Air Brake System • Electronic Controlled Braking And Traction Systems • Brake Adjustment And In-Service Check • Pre-Trip Air Brake Inspection
Your Air Brakes Ticket
Your Air Brakes Ticket is provided on completion of this course. Whether you are looking for an Air Brakes Ticket, an Air Brakes Certificate, or completion of an Air Brakes course, this is the correct course. Upon completion of this Air Brakes Training program, you will receive a wallet-size Air Brakes Ticket or Air Brakes Certificate (call it what you will), that will show prospective employers that you have the right credentials.
Your Air Brakes Certification
Air Brakes Certification is required by prospective employers. We keep your records on file permanently. Feel free to have your prospective employer contact METI to confirm your Air Brakes Certification. Group Pricing Available for Air Brakes Training. Please contact us at (902) 539-9766, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Click here to view more of M.E.T.I.’s Safety Training, Courses & Services.