At DDT Industries, we have one aim – to provide you with top-quality training and skills at a fraction of the price of other providers.
Our focus is to get you qualified and into the workforce as quickly and affordably as possible, and to pass on our deep commitment the safety of both ourselves and other road users.
We pride ourselves on teaching real-life skills. We aren’t just a clipboard crew – every single one of the DDT team is currently employed in the Transport Industry, which means you learn real skills for real situations, from real drivers. So you can rest assured that all staff members are right up to date with all the rules and regulations of the transport industry.
DDT Industries has a long history of working within the transport industry, The original founder of DDT and our current Head Trainer, Alan Rutland, has been working in the transport industry since 1960 – that’s 53 years’ experience and counting!
Alan has worked with everyone and driven just about everything, which provides DDT with the best transport knowledge and experience that even money can’t buy. Combined with our other assessors, we have well over 100 years of experience to offer.
DDT is a small company mainly made up of family and a close group of friends. This means all members are personally involved in the business and all share the same passion to see the business do well. What this means for you is that you are never seen as just another number, but as an opportunity for us to show you the full potential that we have to offer.
Here at DDT Industries we maintain our 98% first-time pass rate by making the process of getting a truck licence as straightforward as possible, while training all our potential drivers to the highest professional safety standards and competency.
Not only will you walk away with your truck licence at the end of one of our courses, but we will also teach you all the different defensive driving techniques and load restraint methods you need to know, using the latest in state-of-the-art equipment and technology.