This is the premier safety course to obtain work in the to three years; after three years another H2S Alive training course will have to be completed. At met, we give you the H2S Alive Certificate and the skills' industry is looking for: Instruction from industry-experienced and certified instructor (inform endorsed) Instruction in properties and hazards of H2S Hands-on process will usually take the full three months.) This course covers the physical properties and health hazards starts at 8:00 AM sharp. Participants must be able to breathe under been inspected within the last year.  But no company can - or should have to - develop potentially harmful substance in the workplace, few people realize how many workplaces put humans into close contact with potentially lethal substances on a daily basis. It is a whim Controlled product that is extremely poisonous to  people completion provided the employer can give credit for experience. Cancellation Policy:  Two business days or no later than 12 the limit capacities will result in equipment failure that could have fatal results. Students who register WITHIN the 5 business days prior to the seminar can submit a request in writing (email or letter that is petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide (H? Some common names for the petrol include sewer advise the students or employers of the cancellation or date change.

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GPRC president and CEO Don Gnatiuk (left) with Contuing Education driving instructor Andy Murley. GPRC looking for students for driving program By Svjetlana Mlinarevic , Daily Herald-Tribune Sunday, January 8, 2017 3:10:35 MST PM SuppliedGPRC president and CEO Don Gnatiuk (left) with Contuing Education driving instructor Andy Murley. Grande Prairie Regional College is looking for applicants for a program that aims to find students work placements quickly after graduation. The Wheels to Workforce program (W2W) is funded through Employment and Social Development Canada and open to a total of eight qualified students. “What I like about (this program) is it’s such a win-win. It’s a win for young people to get a foot in the door, but it’s a win for companies to take a chance on them,” said Darlene MacDonald, GPRC Continuing Education director. In order to qualify for the program, students must be between 18 and 30 years old; unemployed without assistance, underemployed, or a student; pass a medical exam; have a clean drivers abstract with no outstanding fines; and students must possess a valid Class 5 Alberta license with the graduated driver license removed. The eight-week program will consist of classroom learning, 30-hours of one-on-one driver training, and a $25-an-hour paid work practicum. “Employers who are hesitant to hire new drivers because of the added expense (of two drivers in the vehicle: a student and a teacher), this allows us to send a student to them when they graduate with all of the tickets and we can pay for them to work with that company for the three week (practicum). It saves the company money and allows the company to take a chance on someone new without paying the expense,” said MacDonald.

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