Employment Training – Transportation and Warehouse
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This program is for individuals who wish to work in entry level positions in the Transportation and Warehouse Industries.
Some examples of jobs include: Assembler, Production Worker, Order Picker, Forklift Operator, Delivery Driver, Courtesy Driver, Shuttle Bus Driver and School Bus Driver
Transportation and Warehouse Industry Workers: Earn $15.00 – $17.50 per hour to start.
CLB 2-6 (CLB levels and Mathematical requirements depend on career of interest).
This is an excellent program for those who have completed ESL and/or have reached satisfactory levels of LINC study.
- 16 or 32 week program.
- Get Academic Upgrading in Essential Skills English, Math, and Computers.
- Study occupation specific modules to prepare for work experience
- Get training in:
- Occupation specific vocabulary
- Workplace language, culture and communications
- Customer Service
- Work Strategies
- Work experience placement – up to 6 weeks
- Career and Job placement support from the Employment Specialist/Job Coach.
- Certificates in:
- Standard First Aid CPR/AED Level C
- Forklift Operator
- Transportation of Dangerous Good
- H2S Awareness
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
Please note: Certificates will depend on career.
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Course List and Descriptions
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Tutoring is available for students. If you require tutoring, please contact your Program Chair or Coordinator.
Tuition Fees and General Fees
Full-Time Enrollment Costs
This program is funded by Alberta Human Services. Students may be eligible to receive financial assistance to attend full-time. Please contact the Student Admission Advisor at 403-235-9300 for further details. For more information about tuition and the Columbia College Tuition chart, please see the Tuition and Fees page.
January, May, and September
- Apply for admission by filling out an application form. The form may be submitted by email, fax, mail, or apply online. Please see Admissions for more details.
- An Admissions Advisor will contact you with the necessary information.
Upon successful completion of your program, you will receive a Columbia College Certificate of Program Completion. All graduates will be invited to attend the College Convocation ceremony.
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- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
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- Assessments Self