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Posted by on Feb 3, 2017 in Albion, Albion News | Comments Off on Our Vehicles

Albion Driver Training is proud to offer a wide variety of top of the line, safe, and well maintained vehicles for their students. All vehicles are put through regular government inspection safety certification and rigorous maintenance schedules to insure our students can focus on the task at hand.

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For students looking to obtain a class 1 driver license or a class 3 driver licence Albion offers a few options that most driving schools don’t.  Depending on your personal requirements for obtaining a license you may or may not require manual transmission training.  Here at Albion you have the choice of doing your class 1 or 3 driving lessons on a automatic truck if applicable to your needs.  After completion of your Class 1 driving lessons and ownership of your new license students may chose to enroll in our advanced driving course.  This program is specifically designed to give new drivers real participation and training in the long hauling industry. This course is only available through Albion Driver Training!





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Albion Driver Training is the leading driving school in Victoria, BC. The company specializes in car driving lessons and truck driver training offering automatic class 1 lessons and automatic class 3 lessons

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New Decals on the Automatic Semi

Posted by on Sep 18, 2015 in Albion News | Comments Off on New Decals on the Automatic Semi

This truck already looked great to begin with but we think these new decals make her look absolutely beautiful.  you can’t help but check her out when you see her driving by….

Pictures of the finishing touches

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Oh… The irony…

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 in Albion News | Comments Off on Oh… The irony…

11073795_896021833770249_3951155448290572624_nThis isn’t great advertising. Be sure to read the slogan on the very back of the truck!

Touch a Truck 2015

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 in Albion News | Comments Off on Touch a Truck 2015


We even got Marty’s approval today. Lots of fun!

We had a lot of fun again this year participating in the annual Touch a Truck fundraiser !

At this event, children and their families are invited to get behind the wheel and explore trucks of all kinds, including firetrucks, police cars, excavators, dump trucks and more. This fun-filled afternoon also includes a host of family activities, face painting and a bouncy castle.

All proceeds from this event benefit Neuroblastoma research in BC. Neuroblastoma is a deadly and aggressive childhood cancer that has affected 10 children in the Lower Vancouver Island area.


After she’s done eating the paper ambulance she’s going to start splitting gears.

Thank You friends & Social Media

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 in Albion News | Comments Off on Thank You friends & Social Media

prostarGreat news! Our truck has been located thanks to everyone who spread the word. Social media played a big part of the recovery! Thanks for all the shares! She is back in our possession and looking more beautiful then ever. New decals are on the way 🙂

Keep on Trucking? Not if Canada Doesn’t Hire More Truckers

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in Albion News | Comments Off on Keep on Trucking? Not if Canada Doesn’t Hire More Truckers

By Ben Dummett

We’ve all heard about those truck-driving jobs in Fort McMurray (and Australia’s mining hinterlands) offering six-figure salaries and a chance to steer some of the world’s biggest moving machines.

But it turns out, big opportunity in the truck-driving trade may be closer at hand. Canada’s trucking industry may face a shortage of 25,000 truckers or more by 2020 because of an aging workforce and a lack of young people and immigrants taking the job, according to a new report by the Conference Board of Canada concludes.

“The findings reflect what the industry has been warning for years – that Canada is on the cusp of a serious shortage of truck driver capacity, which… could hamper the Canadian supply chain and drive up prices on store shelves,” the Canadian Trucking Alliance said in a release this week. The alliance commissioned the Conference Board study.

That probably doesn’t mean there will soon be high-paying posting for jobs on routes up and down the 401, but higher wages may be one of the results of the shortage. Truck drivers in Western Canada have enjoyed some of the greatest wage increases in the sector, benefiting from the explosive growth of the region’s energy and mining sectors. Many of the best-paid jobs are highly specialized and are drawing from a small labor pool.

The trucking industry moves 90% of all consumer products and food within Canada and 60% of trade with the U.S. The shortage of drivers stems in part from the sector’s struggles to attract young people – between the ages of 15 to 24 – to what’s been called the “for-hire” part of the industry. This segment offers trucking transportation services to other companies. But it can be a tough job because of the long hours, long-distance driving and unpredictable schedules.

Some solutions: Provincial and federal governments could adopt policies that make the profession more attractive to prospective job seekers, the conference board and trucking alliance argue. One step would be to recognize trucking jobs as a skilled trade for immigration purposes. And the trucking association said it wants governments to introduce “mandatory entry-level driver training” and upgrade license standards for the industry obtain a skilled occupation designation. Those moves could bolster the industry’s uneven reputation.

BC Trucking Industry Offers Wide Choice in Careers

Posted by on Nov 20, 2012 in Albion News | Comments Off on BC Trucking Industry Offers Wide Choice in Careers

“Demand for Skilled workers in BC’s commercial road transportation industry is expected to grow through 2020 and beyond.”

Check out this article from the Peninsula Review; it outlines the vast options available in British Columbia’s trucking industry. It is a promising time to start a new trucking career in an economy that isn’t thriving. For information on transportation trades in BC visit TransCDA For information on trucking careers in general, visit

Christmas Parades

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Albion News | Comments Off on Christmas Parades

Albion Driver Training is proud to announce that we will be participating in two holiday parades this season! We hope to see you there.



Sidney Sparkles Santa Parade on Saturday November 24th

The Island Equipment Owners Association Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive on Saturday December 1

Fire Fighter Special

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Albion News | Comments Off on Fire Fighter Special

Albion Driver Training is proud to offer a limited time special offer to all fire fighters wanting to obtain their Class 3 license. This is our way of saying THANKS for everything you guys do. For more information please contact us today

Touch a Truck Fundraiser

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Albion News | Comments Off on Touch a Truck Fundraiser

Touch a Truck Neuroblastoma Fundraiser 2012

We are out here at Panorama Rec Centre in North Saanich for the Touch A Truck Fundraiser for Neuroblastoma research. This event gives children the opportunity to get up and close to the big trucks they so much admire. From fire trucks to dump trucks, even cement trucks…  kids had the privileged of jumping in the drivers seat to experience the real deal. We hope to see everyone out here for next years event.






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