Dispatcher Training Program

The occupation of dispatcher is broadly defined as communications personnel responsible for receiving and transmitting pure and reliable messages, tracking vehicles, supplies and equipment, and recording other important information. Types of dispatchers include public safety dispatchers, transportation and service dispatchers and airline or flight dispatchers.

The Curriculum Includes:

A. Truck Transport


  1. Road Rules and Regulations 

  2. Cross-border Procedures
  3. 
Dangerous Goods

  4. Bulk goods

  5. Rates and pricing
  6. 
Trip Sheets, BOL & delivery receipts
  7. 
Logistics

B. Public Safety


  1. Fire, police, ambulance,911, suicide prevention,

  2. Hazardous Materials, terrorists

  3. Critical Incident stress
4. Disaster response techniques

  4. Incident Management Systems

  5. TTY

C. Taxi/Bus

D. Air

Participant Eligibility
: Unemployed, or Under-employed Albertans. Careful client selection will be based on interests, aptitudes, and desired work roles.


Cost: Fee Based - Contact us for funding options
Duration: 3 Weeks - Next Course Begins February 21, 2017 Location: Edmonton - 105 Street Building