Driver Training


TOP Driver drives you forward!

At WABCO Academy we give you the tools to enhance efficiency and increase safety. But our commitment to efficiency and safety doesn’t end with our innovative products. WABCO Academy is with you for the long haul – making sure you have the latest knowledge and tools needed to be a Top Driver.

Do you have what it takes to be a Top Driver? If you’re a professional driver dedicated to making the trip in the most efficient and safe manner possible – than you’re ready to join the ranks of the world’s Top Drivers.

Top Driver truck driver training program covers everything from economic driving to securing loads, regulations for the transport of goods, driving safety, economic driving and more. In the end, you’ll be ready to take advantage of the Top Driver benefits:

  • Less fatalities and injuries
  • Less downtime due to accidents
  • Reduced  insurance premiums
  • Increased fuel efficiency
  • Reduced emissions
  • Lower fuel costs
  • Improved profit margins
  • Reduction in maintenance costs
  • Improved driver image

Join the elite ranks of the Top Driver. Sign up today!

The TOP Driver Program is available in: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, and UK. 

For the local contact persons and training centers, please see the WABCO Academy Locations page.

Read more about what our TOP Driver program has to offer to you.

All professional drivers of vehicles in categories D1, D1+E, D and D+E (from 2008) or C1, C1+E, C and C+E (from 2009) and nationals of countries outside the EU who drive professionally within a member state are required to obtain 35-hours of retraining every five years. Please refer to the current legal situation for the applicable deadlines and regulations.


WABCO Academy Top Driver Training


Do you have questions? Contact us!

We are happy to offer you non-binding advice regarding our training offering.

Local contact phone numbers can be found here.

Training Catalogue

Training Catalogue Germany - 2022
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