Classes and Instructors
Our small class sizes and hands-on learning are designed to take you straight from the classroom to the job site.
Your program will be a combination of online and in-person learning. If you don’t have a laptop, we can lend you one to make sure you’re able to participate.
Our class sizes are small to ensure students receive one-on-one support from the instructors.
All our programs start with safety training. You will earn all necessary safety tickets before starting any hands-on training.
Next, you’ll learn what you need to succeed in the workplace, including:
- What to expect in the industry
- Roles and responsibilities of employers and employees
- Effective communication
- Workplace productivity
- Managing stress
Classroom and Hands-on Training
This is the theory and practice of your chosen program. Depending on the program, you’ll spend anywhere from 3–6 weeks doing hands-on training. Some programs do the hands-on component during on-the-job training.
Once you’ve learned the job-site skills, it’s time to focus on making a great impression on future employers. Resumé workshops and interview skills will round out your training experience.
All our instructors are qualified trades professionals, professional driving instructors recognized by the Alberta Motor Transport Association, or carry many years of experience in their profession. They know what it takes to succeed in industry and how to ensure you’ll be prepared.