alberta Job grant courses
Their are 4 courses set to common Occupational training requirements, with interchangable 3.5 hour, relevant components to suit your needs. All CTEC courses are of the highest standard, The occupational courses include an Alberta Transportation approved, demerit reducing PDIC, or DDC. As well as CTEC certifications for other required courses.
- Occupational Driver Emergency (Provincial) 14 hour + 7 hours relevant course components
- Occupational Driver Heavy (Provincial) 14 Hour + 7 hours relevant course components
- Occupational Driver Heavy (Federal) 14 Hour + 7 hours relevant course components
- Occupational Driver Light, 14 Hour + 7 hours relevant components
Components that can be chosen to fit your specific driver training needs are as follows:
- Cargo Securement, 3.5 Hours
- Vehicle Inspections, (Light or Heavy), 3.5 Hours
- Hours of Service, 3.5 Hours
- Fuel Conservation, 3.5 Hours
-Practical Trailer Maneuvering, 7 Hours
Single courses eligible for the Canada Alberta Job grant:
CTEC's 40hr EVOC course expands on the 2 day program. the 5 day format permits more focused training and practice time.
EVOC PDIC: Government certified professional driver improvement course for emergency vehicle operators.
EVOC PDIC Train the Trainer: Government certified train the trainer professional driver improvement course for emergency vehicle operators.
Incident Investigation Courses: CTEC will describe the data acquisition and documentation steps you need follow to properly investigate your incident and ensure that your conclusions are based on facts.
Canada Alberta job grant
The grant supports new training initiatives not currently being used by employers.
Eligible employers are required to contribute one-third of the total training costs. Government contributes two-thirds of the cost to a maximum of $10,000 per trainee.
To help ensure Alberta employers have equitable access to the program, individual employers are capped at $300,000 per year in grant funding.
Canada Alberta Job Grant Documents:
1. Everything we teach is supported by science. CTEC has taken the knowledge gained from years of forensic motor vehicle collision reconstruction experience, and built what is one of the top driver training courses in Canada.
2. Our skid vehicle provides a lower friction surface so that the dynamic instabilities are genuine. Most other devices merely simulate a skid. The difference could save your life.
3. Our skid vehicle separates understeer and oversteer instabilities giving the student the opportunity to clearly understand what is occurring, why it occurred, recognize the difference, learn the proper correction and ultimately, with that greater knowledge, avoid the skid to begin with.
4. We utilize a state-of-the-art simulator to expose the student to a variety of hazards that could not possibly be presented in any other way. The simulations allow CTEC to present realistic scenarios and closely monitor the driver in several challenging environments. The correlation between participant behaviour in a simulator with real world behaviours is well documented and is undeniable.
5. Each participants progress on the core competencies is measured both subjectively and objectively.
6. Corporate clients can access their employees performance records on-line.
why CTEC Training?
Driving is the most dangerous activity a human can do. There is simply nothing else that we do that results in the volume of death, injury and property damage as does driving. Today’s driving environment is very complicated and traditional driver training often fails to provide the skills needed to safely operate in that environment. Being human our skills erode over time and we often allow bad habits to form. Driving is something we all do. Driving is dangerous. We should have the skills to do it well.