The Total Training School drives the future of petroleum transport and safety
The Truck Drivers Training School and Inspection Centre in Ibadan, Oyo state was established on March 28, 2011. The goal is to create a fully structured and well-equipped learning environment to improve the knowledge, safety and method of truck driving in Nigeria. With an ultra-modern facility housing an auditorium, a laboratory, and a loading gantry, initiatives like this helps Total to improve transportation, increase safety and thereby reduce Lost Time Injury (LTI).
Trucks drivers in a test session at the Total Truck Driving School
Brake testing session at Total Truck Driving School's inspection bay
Inspection officer directing at Total Truck Driving School's inspection bay
Trucks drivers in a training session at the Total Truck Driving School
Visual truck inspection session at the Total Truck Driving School
Future of petroleum transport and safety
Since the Total Truck Drivers Training School and Inspection Centre in Ibadan, Oyo state was established March 28, 2011, they have created a modern facility to educate, enhance and improve driver safety, knowledge and driving methods. The facility houses 3 classrooms, an auditorium, a laboratory, automated accident intervention, fire-fighting platforms, and a loading gantry.
Better training contributes to better energy
The course is taught over four days, in English, as well as the three main languages (Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba), with pictorial illustrations and extensive practical sessions to ensure the drivers understand the message. With continued success, the Total Truck Drivers Training School and Inspection Centre is well on its way to improving road transportation safety. This will lead to a seamless movement and distribution of petroleum products throughout Nigeria.