KRTS & Transrep Sponsor PMTC’s ‘Driven to Lead’ Program

The Young Leaders Group (YLG) of the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) would like to give a special acknowledgement to the platinum level sponsors of the PMTC’s ‘Driven to Lead’ program, KRTS Transportation Specialists Inc. (www.krway.com) and TransRep Inc. (transrep.ca).

PMTC_YLG_RoadTodayThe ‘Driven to Lead’ program is an experiential, practical leadership program that will take participants through hands-on and impactful exercises focusing on topics like culture, teamwork, accountability and strategy. The program will be facilitated by Eagle’s Flight (www.eaglesflight.com) at their facility in Guelph, Ontario. The program consists of four separate full-day modules so participants can elect to complete the entire program or select individual modules.

The ‘Driven to Lead’ program will commence in September of this year. Both PMTC members and non-members are welcome. Kim Richardson, President of KRTS and TransRep, said: “We are proud to support the PMTC’s ‘Driven to Lead’ Program. Investing in our young leaders to assist them with the tools and education to become great leaders is important. This program will have a solid effect on those attending and will impact our industry positively.”

Thanks to the sponsorship of KRTS and TransRep, PMTC has been able to offer subsidized registration costs as follows:

  • PMTC member
    • Entire program (four modules)              =             $1,800*
    • Per program module (one module)       =             $500*
  • Non-member
    • Entire program (four modules)              =             $2,300*
    • Per program module (one module)       =             $625*

* Registration costs are subject to HST

Space is limited however, so don’t miss out! For more info, e-mail info@pmtc.ca or call 905-827-0587.

The ‘Driven to Lead’ program is being offered as part of the YLG’s on-going mission to bring value to the next generation through education, discussions and networking.




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