​ A loader is a heavy equipment machine often used in construction, primarily used to load material (such as asphalt, demolition debris, dirt, snow, feed, gravel, logs, raw minerals, recycled material, rock, sand, and woodchips) into or onto another type of machinery (such as a dump truck, conveyor belt, feed-hopper, or railcar). If you wish to work on construction sites, then taking up the role of a LOADER operator is a good option for you.

The graduate of the program will acquire the skills and knowledge required to become a safe entry-level Front-end-Loader Operator.

Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, or Be 18 years of age and have a grade 10 education. Education equivalence testing is available to be done at our office if you do not meet the education requirements or do not have proof of required level of education. This must be done prior to registration. Complete a medical examination with your family physician. Please ensure you have a hard hat, safety boots, safety vest and safety glasses. We do not carry any of these such items.


There will always be a requirement for qualified Front-end-Loader operators; it is not just today that there is a shortage. It is a skill in which many sectors have a demand. Construction, road building, forestry, mining, and general development programs require a large number of people to operate heavy machinery.

They are a great piece of heavy equipment, with an enormous range of functionality. They come in a number of different sizes to suit the tasks that they are required to perform and the locations that they are being used in. The role of a LOADER operator is to operate this machinery, safely maneuver the loader into position and perform activities of clearing lands, transporting materials etc. They need to inspect the mechanism of the loader regularly to detect any errors or malfunctioning and undertake necessary repairs.

This course is a competency-based training program that allows students to complete both the formal and informal requirements of the license at all of MAJOR’s simulated work sites.


Equipment:      LOADER

Length:      3 weeks

Total No. of Hours      107

City Truck & Forklift Driving School

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City Truck & Forklift Driving school services the Greater Toronto Area and is easily accessible from all major corridors.

Our benefits

Experience the City experience, these are just a couple of reasons why our students keep referring us all their friends and family!

  • Providing a progressive learning atmosphere for all students
  • Investing in our facility, latest equipment and technology
  • Providing our students with individual attention and care
  • Safety as top priority is instilled in all that walk through our doors
  • Investing in our students to ensure their longevity in their careers
  • Learning everyday and genuinely listening to our students and community members

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