This online course emphasizes the seriousness of being “fit-forwork” and identifies personal responsibilities as they relate to ensuring the health and safety of all workers.
This online course will help learners understand emissions regulations and how to comply with them.
This online course is designed as a refresher and study aid for individuals who will write an Alberta Air Brake knowledge test at a registry. This course is also ideal for individuals or corporations with employees who need air brake refresher training.
This online course for protecting the health and safety of agricultural workers includes elements that will teach farm owners, managers, and their workers about the importance and design of machine safeguarding.
This online course covers the safe operation, inspection, and anatomy of powered industrial aerial and scissor lifts.
This online course examines winch and block applications, explains the nature and application of load drifting, and teaches how to move loads with mechanical, hydraulic, and air systems.
This online course helps investigators understand the purpose and process of accident/incident investigation. It ensures they understand how to recognize the causes of accidents/incidents and develop recommendations to prevent them from recurring.
This online course introduces the concept of culture to set the foundation for discussion of the values, concerns, and history of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples.
This online course provides an overview of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)’s 34-Hour Restart regulations. It also covers specific language within the 2015 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act.
As with most professions today, there are rapid developments in teaching that are being driven by social and technological changes. Keeping up to date with these developments within education will pay dividends with improved teaching skills. The skills needed to be a great teacher have now changed; modern teachers need to be competent in many new skill sets that were unknown to their predecessors.