The Alberta Motor Transport Association, with support from industry, has developed a professional designation that is designed to recognize the career progression of safety and compliance professionals within the commercial transportation industry.


CERTIFIED TRANSPORTATION SAFETY PROFESSIONAL              

The Certified Transportation Safety Professional (CTSP) is an individual capable of developing and managing a carrier’s road transportation safety and compliance programs in part or in whole. This individual will often supervise the day to day functions of others in the organization. Also, this individual is often responsible for providing guidance and acting as a subject matter expert in the field of safety and compliance.

The AMTA has approved a number of courses for inclusion in the coursework curriculum. All of the courses identified will develop the candidate’s ability to demonstrate the seven required competencies. Candidates will be required to complete 8 mandatory, 3 electives and 8 hours of seminar/ conference attendance to meet requirements and be eligible for sitting the CTSP Exam.

CTSP Application
CTSP Guide
CTSP Seminar Hours form
CTSP Annual Professional Development form

 

MANDATORY COURSES

ELECTIVE COURSES (Three required)

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If you do not meet the requirements for the specialist-level CTSP designation, refer to the entry-level CTSC designation below.

CERTIFIED TRANSPORTATION SAFETY COORDINATOR

The Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator (CTSC) is an entry-level designation, conferred upon safety and compliance coordinators that have met the minimum standards of experience and knowledge. This individual is capable of assisting in developing and managing a carrier’s road transportation safety and compliance programs in part or in whole. This individual will often responsible for providing guidance in the field of safety and compliance as it related to the carrier’s daily administrative operations.

Completion of the designation process confers the right to use the Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator title, and to place the CTSC initials after their name.

The AMTA has approved a number of courses for inclusion in the coursework curriculum. All of the courses identified will develop the candidate’s ability to demonstrate the seven required competencies. Candidates will be required to complete 6 mandatory, 2 electives and 8 hours of seminar/ conference attendance to meet requirements and be eligible for sitting the CTSC Exam.

CTSC Guide
CTSC Registration
CTSC Seminar Hours form
CTSC Annual Professional Development form

 

MANDATORY COURSES

ELECTIVE COURSES (Two required)

Click here for the Third Party Course Transfer Credit Form

Please checkout our upcoming courses here.

Also, visit our Calendar for dates and to get registered.