Student Complaint Procedure

General Guidelines:

Revolution Truck Training Academy Ltd. is committed to the fair treatment of its students and its employees and to an open and collaborative approach when dealing with student concerns. We will try to resolve complaints informally wherever possible while keeping in mind that formal resolution processes may be required to satisfactorily resolve the issue.

  • All complaints must be in writing. Anonymous complaints will not be considered.
  • All complaints are confidential.
  • Lodging a complaint will have no adverse consequences on the status of the complainant in their course or program of study.
  • Student complaint policies and procedures apply to individual or group complaints.

The college will maintain a record of every complaint at the campus where the complaint originated for a period of at least three years from the date of the decision relating to the complaint, which record shall include a copy of the complaint, of any submission filed with respect to the complaint and of the decision.

The college will also provide the student who makes a complaint with a copy of the record including a copy of the complaint, of any submission filed with respect to the complaint and of the decision.

Complaint Procedure:

Step 1

The student will request a meeting with the Instructor responsible for the course to discuss the complaint verbally. If not resolved at this level, the student will proceed to Step 2.

Step 2

The student will submit their complaint in writing to the Director, using the following contact information:

Brinderpal Singh Thind, Director
Revolution Truck Training Academy Ltd.
2355 Derry Road. E., Unit 48, Mississauga, ON, L5S 1V6
[email protected]

The Director will arrange a meeting with the student within 5 days of receipt of the written complaint.

The student will have an opportunity to make an oral presentation of the complaint at this meeting and to have another person present or have another person make the oral presentation on his/her behalf. This meeting will be summarized in written minutes.

The Director will provide a written response to the student, outlining the discussion and any proposed and/or agreed upon solution(s) within 5 days of the meeting.  This response will include a decision statement, together with the reasons on which the decision is based and minutes of meetings held.

If you are not satisfied with the resolution of your complaint you may submit your complaint to the Superintendent of Career Colleges through the PARIS system.

You can use the following link to access the PARIS system: