• Our Purpose

    Our Purpose

    The purpose of the Canadian Utility Fleet Council (CUFC) is to further the interests of the vehicle and equipment fleets in the utility sector of Canada. Membership in the Council shall consist of designated representatives of the fleet management sectors of any Canadian utility, (Electric, Gas, Telecommunications, Cable), manufacturers, distributors and dealers of vehicles and equipment purchased and maintained by utility fleets; and individuals and organizations who provide services to the utility fleet sector. Read More
  • Become a Member

    Become a Member

    With affirmation from the members assembled at the 2006 Canadian Utility Fleet Forum, membership to the Council has been formalized. Companies and organizations involved with and in support of Utility Fleets across Canada are encouraged to join. Read More
  • Examination Process

    Examination Process

    Examination under the direction of the Canadian Utility Fleet Council is a voluntary process, aimed towards the "best practices" available principle. The program is driven by utilities, equipment manufacturers, owners and operators, requiring that only competent technicians are allowed to service, inspect and maintain their equipment. Read More

Technician Examination

  • The Process
  • Task List
  • Qualification Criteria
  • The Program
  • Training

Examination under the direction of the Canadian Utility Fleet Council is a voluntary process, aimed towards the "best practices" available principle. The program is driven by utilities, equipment manufacturers, owners and operators, requiring that only competent technicians are allowed to service, inspect and maintain their equipment.

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All tasks the Mechanic will be tested on are found in the "Utility Fleet Mechanic Learning Guide". The "Guide" identifies task criticality as well as how to go about learning the required skills.

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Since the integrity of the program is of utmost importance, only those meeting or exceeding the qualification criteria will be eligible to challenge the examination. There will be absolutely no "Grand Fathering" of any technician.

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Examination under the direction of the Canadian Utility Fleet Council is a voluntary process, aimed towards the "best practices" available principle. The program is driven by utilities, equipment manufacturers, owners and operators, requiring that only competent technicians are allowed to service, inspect and maintain their equipment.

Learn More

All tasks the Mechanic will be tested on are found in the "Utility Fleet Mechanic Learning Guide". The "Guide" identifies task criticality as well as how to go about learning the required skills.

Learn More