Heavy Equipment Training

From 2007 to 2017, it is estimated that 150,000 construction workers will be retiring. The Heavy Equipment Training Programs at Taylor Pro Training Ltd are designed to ensure that new equipment operators are competent and ready to fill the gap!

Driver Training

We have been providing BCs trucking industry with a large portion of Professional Drivers since 2003. We offer Driver Training programs for the Class 5/7 - New Drivers through to Class 1 - Advanced Professional Driver Development with Mountain Training.

Instructor Training

With years of combined on and off the road experience, our ICBC Certified Instructors really know their stuff! We ensure that you are in the competent hands of a true Professional. When you've completed your training, you will be a competent and confident operator.

Heavy Equipment or Professional Driver Training in Kelowna, BC

Whether its Heavy Equipment or Professional Driver Training, we build the students confidence and teach the importance of safety while keeping training straightforward.

At Taylor Pro Training Ltd, we offer students:
Professional Driver Training Class 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5/7
Heavy Equipment Operator Training
Professional Driver Instructor Training
Air Brake Certification
Air Brake Instructor Training
Safety Certificate Training



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Labour Market Outlook

At peak construction in 2018, the following ten occupations are expected to have highest direct workforce demand for construction and operations combined: Table 3: Direct workforce demand of the top ten occupations 2018 (FTEs) OCCUPATION DEMAND Construction trades helpers and labourers 11,800 Steamfitters and pipefitters 3,800 Welders 2,200 Concrete finishers 1,500 Transport truck drivers 1,500 Carpenters 1,400 Heavy equipment operators 1,110 Gas fitters 1,100 Purchasing agents and officers 875 Crane operators 800 Steady state operations employment is not reached over the ten-year forecasting period. Once all five LNG plants are in full production by 2027, the steady state direct workforce demand for operations is expected to be 8,000 to 9,000 jobs. Information source: British Columbia 2022 Labour Market Outlook.