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Safety Training Courses

We provide a variety of safety training courses that are offered through accredited training centres by qualified instructors. We deliver Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA), Energy Safety Canada and Danatec courses.

If you are looking for a customized training program or package with specific certification courses for your company, please contact us.
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Transportation of Dangerous Goods

TDG is the ultimate course. If you’re a shipper, receiver, driver, or handler this course will assure that your knowledge of the regulations behind shipping and receiving dangerous goods is up-to-date.

This 4-hour Transportation of Dangerous Goods course covers the regulations required that every employee handling, offering for transport or transporting dangerous goods within Canada and the USA, has TDG training and holds a valid TDG Certificate (with some exceptions). 

These regulations are mandated by Transport Canada. The primary purpose of TDG is to protect the public when dangerous goods are being transported.

Course Overview
  • An overview of TDG Requirements and Regulations
  • Responsibilities of Shippers, handlers and carriers
  • Nine classes of Dangerous Goods
  • Shipping Documentation
  • Placards, Labels and Safety Marks
  • Different means of containment
  • Special Situations
  • Emergency Response Plans (ERAP) and actions
Course Costs

$100.00 (Course)

$5.00 (GST)

Total: $105.00

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Training Inc. in partnership with Danatec.

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Overview Online

Online courses are offered entirely online, using internet-based technologies to facilitate communication and instruction. Online courses offer several advantages such as: 

Flexibility: More flexibility in terms of scheduling and location, allowing students to complete coursework at their own pace and from any location. 

Convenience: More convenient for students who have work or family obligations that make it difficult to attend in-person classes. 

Variety: A wide variety of subjects and specializations.

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Wildlife Awareness

Please Note:  Wildlife Awareness is available directly from energysafetycanada.com for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 6-hour course aims to ensure you have the understanding of potentially hazardous wildlife in the province that you may encounter out in the field, and how to safely work in their habitats.

Course Overview
  • Regulations for wildlife protection
  • Large ungulates
  • Noxious plants and insects
  • Spiders and reptiles
  • Transmissible diseases associated with wildlife contact
  • Bear types and behaviours
  • Other carnivores
Course Costs

$140.00 (Course)

$7.00 (GST)

Total: $147.00

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Certificate issued by Energy Safety Canada.

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Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Please Note:  Transportation of Dangerous Goods is available directly from danatec.com for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 3-hour course is ideal for shippers, receivers and drivers. It contains interactive elements such as video, animations, engaging games and skill building exercises which will engage the adult learner and make for an interesting and educational learning experience. Our courses focus on elements that ensure the information is understood, retained and easily resourced.

A final exam to complete the course and a printable certificate along with a Digital Badge is issued upon completion.

TDG certification is valid for 3 years upon completion and is non-transferable.

Course Overview
  • An overview of TDG Requirements and Regulations
  • Responsibilities of Shippers, handlers and carriers
  • Nine classes of Dangerous Goods
  • Shipping Documentation
  • Placards, Labels and Safety Marks
  • Different means of containment
  • Special Situations
  • Emergency Response Plans (ERAP) and actions
Course Costs

$79.95 (Course)

$4.00 (GST)

Total: $83.95

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Danatec.

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WHMIS (GHS)

This 4-hour course familiarizes workers with the updated International WHMIS system used to provide safety information about hazardous products in the workplace. Participants will learn about the new and updated symbols and their meanings, which are now called WHMIS pictograms, the labels on products, and new SDS (Safety Data Sheets). This course also includes valuable practical advice, so you will know basic health and safety measures to protect yourself and prevent workspace injuries and illness.

This course incorporates all the new requirements of the Globally Harmonized System with elements of the WHMIS 1988 for awareness and compliance purposes.

Course Overview
  • What is WHMIS?
  • WHMIS Hazards Groups
  • WHMIS SDS
  • WHMIS Symbols & Labels
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • What to do if something goes wrong? Emergency actions
  • Special situations
Course Costs

$100.00 (Course)

$5.00 (GST)

Total: $105.00

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Training Inc. in partnership with Danatec.

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Lethbridge

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St. John Ambulance Intermediate First Aid

This 2-day (16-hour) St. John Ambulance course covers all the skills in Basic First Aid, plus first aid for other injuries and illnesses including head and spinal injuries and fractures of the upper and lower limbs.

Please note: We no longer offer Re-Certifications due to content changes in instructional manuals. Please contact St. John Ambulance regarding re-certifications.

Course Overview
  • Level A & C CPR training and certification
  • Adult, Child, Infant, and 2-rescuer resuscitation
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training and certification
Course Costs

$160.00 (Course)

$8.00 (GST)

Total: $168.00

Ticket/Certification

Objectives are tested by written competency and a practical exam. Participants must obtain 75% passing grade on a closed book exam. Temporary certificate is valid for 60-days; permanent certificates valid for 3 years. Certificates are issued by St. John Ambulance.

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Lethbridge

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Pincher Creek

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Cardston

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Overview In-Person

In-person courses are traditional classroom-based courses where students attend classes physically in a designated location. In-person courses offer several advantages such as: 

Interaction: Allow for real-time interaction with instructors and classmates, which can lead to a better understanding of the material. 

Networking: Provides opportunities for students to network with other students, instructors, and professionals in their field. 

Personalized attention: Provides more personalized attention and support from instructors, allowing students to ask questions and receive immediate feedback.

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H2S Alive Blended Renewal

  • Students must complete all elements of the blended learning in full. Students who miss any course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed
  • Only students with a current H2S Alive certificate may register for the H2S Alive Blended Renewal.
  • Registration does not extend the current certificate.
  • Participants must be able to put on a mask and breathe under air.
  • Participants must be able to participate in rescue drag techniques.
  • Basic literacy and understanding in the language the course is being taught is required.
  • After completing the online portion, students have 90 days to complete the skills assessment through an ATP in order to be certified.
Skill Assessment

For the skills assessment, students should wear sturdy footwear and clothing compatible with the activity and movement associated with rescue techniques and donning/doffing of an SCBA.

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All participants are required to be clean shaven to ensure negative pressure tests during the skills assessment. It is encouraged that those with long hair wear a ponytail or a braid. Participants must complete the training every 3 years.

Course Overview
Prerequisites
  • Current (not expired) H2S Alive certificate
  • Government-issued picture ID
Topics Covered
  • H2S Properties
  • Health Hazards and Locations
  • Hazard Assessment and Control
  • Respiratory Protective Equipment
  • Detection of H2S
  • Initial Response Strategy
Course Costs

We offer the H2S Alive Blended Renewal course to renew your current certificate, as well as the in-person skills assessment.

$79.00 (Renewal Course)

$45.00 (Lab Fee)

$6.20 (GST)

Total: $130.20

Skills Assessment:

$125.00 (In-person Assessment)

$6.25 (GST)

Total: $131.25

Total for both: $261.45

Ticket/Certification

Upon successful completion of the online theory exam with a minimum score of 70%, students will be eligible to complete the skills assessment.

Successful completion of the skills assessment will result in a Certificate of Completion that is valid for three years. 

Should a student be unsuccessful in either the online theory or skills assessment on the first attempt, they will be required to attend classroom delivery of H2S Alive to achieve their certification.

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H2S Alive

This 8-hour course is intended for all workers in the petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide (H2S), commonly known as sour gas. The primary focus is to provide generic H2S program content to help workers work safely in and around H2S environments. The program covers the physical properties and health hazards of H2S, how to protect oneself and basic rescue techniques. Each student is required to operate a self-contained breathing apparatus, and conduct rescue lift and drag exercises.

We also offer the H2S Alive Blended Renewal course to renew your current certificate. As well as the in-person skills assessment.

Requirements

All participants are required to be clean shaven to ensure negative pressure tests during the practical exam. It is encouraged that those with long hair wear a ponytail or a braid.

Course Overview
  • H2S properties
  • Health hazards and locations
  • Hazard assessment and control
  • Respiratory protective equipment
  • Detection of H2S
  • Initial response strategy
Course Costs

$160.00 (Course)

$8.00 (GST)

Total: $168.00

Ticket/Certification

Objectives are tested by a written competency exam and a practical exam performed with the appropriate PPE. Participants must obtain an 80% passing grade on a closed book exam. Certificate issued by Energy Safety Canada upon successful completion of the course and is valid for 3 years.

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Lethbridge

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Ground Disturbance -Level ll

This one-day 8 hr program is designed for any party that is supervising a Ground Disturbance, independently performing a Ground Disturbance, or issuing and receiving Ground Disturbance permits. The program ensures that Level II® personnel are familiar with, and fully understand, all the regulations and variances involved when a Ground Disturbance takes place. The course is presented in a logical sequence – from the pre-planning stage to the actual dig – and highlights the ‘musts’ compared to the ‘shoulds’. Level II® is the standardized program recognized by industry regulators. Certification is valid for 3 years. This course is assessed to the USP 201 Ground Disturbance Standard. 

“New” to Training Inc.

The Ground Disturbance Level II® classroom course has been endorsed to the BCCGA Ground Disturbance 201 Standard (British Columbia).  It will be possible for a student to complete multiple jurisdiction training in the same day by completing a Ground Disturbance Level II® class with one addendum and then completing the required additional training for the second addendum afterwards. This would take 1-1.5 hours of additional instruction after the regular class for the Addendum, Exercise and Exam for the second jurisdiction. 1 day 2 certificates.

Course Overview
  • Clarify the sources when searching for underground facilities
  • Providing notification to facility owner
  • Receiving owner notification
  • Approvals/Crossing Agreements
  • Regulations
  • Creating the Plot Plan/Site Drawing
  • Line locating
  • Exposure
  • Back-fill inspections
  • Permits and pre-job meetings
  • Emergency Response Plans
  • Contacting an underground facility Competencies
Course Costs

Alberta or BC Certification only $175.00 + GST Total 183.75

Alberta and BC Certification (1 day, 2 tickets) $262.50 + GST Total 275.63

Ticket/Certification

Alberta Level II (USP Certified) Ground Disturbance Certification

BC Level II (BCCGA Certified) Ground Disturbance Certification

 

The competencies of this program are tested and measured through 100% participation of the learning objectives. Participants must achieve a minimum 80% pass mark on a written competency exam.

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Lethbridge

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Flag Person

This 4-hour course provides information about standardized flagging procedures for the construction industry in Alberta. Individuals who are exposed to traffic hazards created by vehicles and/or equipment at the work site would benefit from the information provided in this course.

This instructor-led course at Training Inc. includes visual demonstrations, personal booklets containing course information and practice quizzes for each chapter, and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation.

This is an Alberta Construction Safety Association approved course.

Course Overview
  • Legislated responsibilities of the employee and the flagger
  • A flagger’s responsibility to protect themselves, co-workers, and the public
  • Correct flagging practices, procedures, equipment, and clothing
  • Communicating with co-workers and the public
  • Dealing with emergency vehicles and other exceptional situations
Course Costs

$100.00 (Course)

$5.00 (GST)

Total: $105.00

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Training Inc. in partnership with the Alberta Construction Safety Association.

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Lethbridge

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St. John Ambulance Basic First Aid

In this 1-day (8-hour) St. John Ambulance course, students will learn to recognize and provide interventions for life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives.

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  • CPR and choking for adults
  • Shock and unconsciousness
  • Severe bleeding
  • Head & spinal injuries
  • Major medical conditions
  • AED training and certification
Course Costs

$140.00 (Course)

$7.00 (GST)

Total: $147.00

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Objectives are tested by written competency and a practical exam. Participants must obtain 75% passing grade on a closed book exam. Temporary certificate is valid for 60-days; permanent certificates valid for 3 years. Certificates are issued by St. John Ambulance.

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Pincher

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Back Care Awareness

This 4-hour course is intended for those who use their backs for lifting or physical movement as part of their job performance, or for individuals who are interested in learning more about the causes and prevention of back injuries. Individuals will learn to identify common causes of back injuries and will also learn proper movement techniques to prevent back injuries.

Course Overview

Individuals will learn to identify common causes of back injuries and will also learn proper movement techniques to prevent back injuries.

Course Costs

$75.00 (Course) 

$3.75 (GST)

Total: $78.75

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Training Inc.

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Traffic Control Persons For Constructions

Please Note:  Traffic Control Persons for Construction is available directly from youracsa.ca for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 1-hour course explains the techniques, equipment, and legal requirements for traffic control persons in a construction environment. It explains the importance of wearing the proper protective equipment, how to effectively control traffic in a variety of construction scenarios, and lays out general safety and legal requirements.

Course Overview

This online Traffic Control Person - Temporary Conditions course teaches the techniques, equipment, and legal requirements for Traffic Control Persons in a road construction environment. It explains the importance of wearing the proper protective equipment, how to effectively control traffic in a variety of construction scenarios, and general safety and legal requirements. This course is written to comply with the Ontario Traffic Manual - Book 7 - Temporary Conditions (2022 edition) and OSHA Safety Standards (USA).

This online Traffic Control Person – Temporary Conditions course covers the following topics:

  • Safety Equipment
  • STOP/SLOW Signs and Hand Signals
  • Duties of Supervisors and Workers
  • Job Preparation
  • Placement of Traffic Control Systems
  • The Authority of Traffic Control Persons
Course Costs

$90.68 (Course)

$4.53 (GST)

Total: $95.21

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Alberta Construction Safety Association.

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WHMIS (GHS)

Please Note:  WHMIS (GHS) is available directly from danatec.com for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 1.5-hour course meets all of Health Canada’s training requirements under the Hazardous Products Regulations, for all persons involved in handling workplace chemicals.

WHMIS is for any person exposed to hazardous materials in the workplace. Danatec’s WHMIS online course centers around 5 WHMIS stories that bring in real-life events, told by real people in real workplaces. The video, animations, engaging games, and skill-building exercises will make for an engaging interactive learning experience. The course centers on elements that ensure the information is understood, retained, and easily resourced.

Course Overview
  • What is WHMIS?
  • WHMIS Hazards Groups
  • WHMIS SDS
  • WHMIS Symbols & Labels
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • What to do if something goes wrong? Emergency actions
  • Special situations
Course Costs

$74.95 (Course)

$3.75 (GST)

Total: $78.70

Ticket/Certification

A final exam to complete the course and a printable certificate along with a shareable Digital Badge is issued upon completion.

Danatec’s award-winning, industry recognized WHMIS online training course is for initial or re-certification training.

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Pipeline Construction Safety Training

Please Note:  Pipeline Construction Safety Training is available directly from oscts.ca for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 6-hour self-paced course, is designed to help the pipeline workers know how to respond to worksite health and safety issues by taking the worker through the entire pipeline process from beginning to end.

Course Overview

This course will provide workers with the tools to help them:

  • Build their skills to Recognize Hazards
  • Learn how to Assess Hazards
  • Learn how to Control Hazards
  • Learn to operate a Vehicle Safely
  • Learn to operate Equipment Safely
  • Learn how to respond to Emergencies
Course Costs

$145.00 (Course)

$7.25 (GST)

Total: $152.25

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Buildforce Canada.

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SellSafe

Please Note:  SellSafe is available directly from sellsafe.aglc.ca for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

SellSafe Cannabis Staff Training is one of AGLC’s (Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis) mandatory social responsibility certification programs. For more information about AGLC go to aglc.ca.

The SellSafe certification from this 7-hour course helps cannabis industry workers understand the social and legal responsibilities involved in the sale of cannabis in Alberta.

To determine if you require SellSafe certification, or other certification to work in Alberta’s liquor, gaming or cannabis industries, click here.

For information about AGLC’s certification programs, or to create an account and access the on-line program, click here.

Course Overview

SellSafe is a mandatory social responsibility training program designed to help retail cannabis staff understand what their responsibilities are to their customers. The program also helps workers understand what Alberta's cannabis laws and AGLC's policies are so they can follow them. These rules are in place to help protect people working in the cannabis industry, their property, their customers and the public from cannabis-related harms.

Licensed retail cannabis store staff must have SellSafe certification prior to applying to AGLC to be a Qualified Cannabis Worker.

Course Costs

$70.00 (Course)

$3.50 (GST)

Total: $73.50

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis.

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ProServe

Please Note:  ProServe is available directly from proserve.aglc.ca for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

ProServe Liquor Staff Training is one of AGLC’s (Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis) mandatory social responsibility certification programs. For more information about AGLC go to aglc.ca.

The ProServe certification from this 7-hour course helps liquor industry workers understand the social and legal responsibilities involved in the sale, service or delivery of liquor in Alberta.

To determine if you require ProServe certification, or other certification to work in Alberta’s liquor, gaming or cannabis industries, click here.

For information about AGLC’s certification programs, or to create an account and access the on-line program, click  here.

Course Overview

ProServe was created to provide responsible liquor service training to licensees and their staff working in liquor service, retail businesses and the provision of security services in licensed premises in Alberta. It is applicable for staff working on-premises (bar, restaurant, private club or mass assembly venue), in a retail establishment or other in activities surrounding liquor service (delivery service, liquor sampling or a licensed public special event).

The program is designed to:

  • Help licensees and staff fulfill social responsibilities
  • Help achieve a balance between creating a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for patrons and reducing liability
  • Help liquor industry workers understand and apply relevant liquor legislation
  • Promote the responsible sale of liquor in service and retail environments
  • Provide the knowledge to identify signs of intoxication and the techniques to effectively refuse or discontinue service
Course Costs

$70.00 (Course)

$3.50 (GST)

Total: $73.50

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Certificate issued by Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis.

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Managing Food Safety (MFS)

Please Note:  Managing Food Safety is available directly from campus.lms.foodsafetymarket.com for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

The 8 - 16-hour MFS online training course will help members in food service and food retail outlets learn how to prepare and serve food. It will help integrate safe food handling practices, policies and procedures into the workplace.

This course is based on standards established in the Food Retail and Food Services Regulation and Code (FRFSRC), and recommendations from Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).

This Certification is valid in all provinces and territories across Canada

Course Overview
  • The importance of food safety
  • Regulations (federal, provincial and municipal)
  • Biological Hazards
  • Other food safety hazards (chemical, physical, and allergens)
  • Hygiene
  • The thermometer (selection and Calibration)
  • An introduction to the flow of food (identify the 5 main areas)
  • Purchasing and receiving
  • Storage (refrigerated, frozen, dry goods, etc.)
  • Food Preparation
  • Facilities and equipment (building, utilities, selection and maintenance)
  • Cleaning and sanitization
  • Pest Control
Course Costs

$140.00 (Course, 1 Exam attempt included)

$7.05 (GST)

Total: $148.04

If you only need to write the exam, the following charges apply for each attempt:

$52.66 (Exam Fee)

$2.63 (GST)

Total: $55.29

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Food Safety Market and is valid in all provinces and territories across Canada.

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North American Cargo Securement

Please Note:  North American Cargo Securement is available directly from worksitesafety.ca for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This course is self-paced and usually takes about 2-hours to complete. Based on the National Safety Code for Motor Carriers Standard 10 Cargo Securement. This standard covers commercial vehicles, including a combination of vehicles, that are operated on a highway and have a gross vehicle rating over 4,500kg (10,000lb). The standard also applies to any cargo and hazardous material that will travel in a vehicle matching the associated description or will travel on the highway.

The course will also cover all responsibilities of the driver, shipping company, and receivers. You will also be led through the requirements for securing and inspecting all types of cargo, such as lumber, metal coil, paper products, liquids, concrete structures, energy sector-specific materials and equipment, and other vehicles.

Course Overview

1. Core Program Requirements

The first section of this online course provides a history of the National Safety Code for Cargo Securement, an overview of the fundamental inspection and securement requirements, the components used to secure cargo to the vehicle, and the laws and responsibilities of all parties involved in the transportation of secured cargo.

2. Securing Specific Materials

The second section of this course will go over a large number of the specific materials named in the National Safety Code, and how to properly position the cargo in or on a truck, what tiedowns to use, and how to respond to emergency situations. These materials include cars, concrete structures, hazardous materials, energy sector equipment, and lumber products.

Course Costs

$119.95 (Course)

$6.00 (GST)

Total: $125.95

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Worksite Safety.

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Common Safety Orientation (CSO)

Please Note: Common Safety Orientation is available directly from energysafetycanada.com for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 2 – 4-hour multimedia program is available by appointment in Cardston, Pincher Creek, and Lethbridge. The Common Safety Orientation (CSO) is intended for new workers in the oil and gas industry. With content that is driven and endorsed by the safety industry, the CSO provides consistent safety messaging that clearly explains safe work practices and eliminates the need for redundant general orientation training.

This course is proctored, which includes ID verification and confirmation of the person taking the exam. If verification is compromised, certification will not be validated – the user will need to retake the course.

Students must register 1-day prior to taking the course in order to meet Energy Safety Canada registration requirements. Students must also have a valid email to participate in this course.

Course Overview
  • Personal accountability for a safe work environment
  • Arriving ready to work
  • Major hazards
  • Life Saving Rules
  • Worksite maintenance
  • Emergency preparedness and response procedures
  • Reporting incidents and near misses
  • Safe work communications
  • Contributing to a respectful workplace
Course Costs

$114.00 (Course)

$5.70 (GST)

Total: $119.70

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Energy Safety Canada.

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Construction Safety Training System (CSTS)

Please Note:  Construction Safety Training System is available directly from youracsa.ca for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 2-hour Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) course is comprised of 9 modules designed for the individual worker and is offered only through eLearning. The training can be completed at your own pace, and the full program takes on average ninety minutes to two hours to complete. CSTS gives a basic overview of various health and safety topics, and students are tested for mastery of the content. This program is a pre-entry requirement for many construction and industry work sites.

Students must register 1-day prior to taking the course in order to meet registration requirements.

Students must also have a valid email to participate in this course.

Course Overview
  • Worker and Employer Responsibilities
  • Work Site Expectations
  • Hazard Management
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Manual Lifting
  • Hand Tools
  • Noise
  • WHMIS
  • Emergency Response Preparedness
Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) Add-Ons

The following add on courses can be added for free when you take the CSTS fundamentals:

  • Basic Ladder Safety
  • Basic Scaffold Safety
  • Confined Space Awareness
  • Controlling Hazardous Energy and LOTO
  • Driving & Journey Management
  • Environmental Protection
  • Excavations & Exposing Utilities
  • Framing Hazards & Controls
  • Introduction to Respiratory Protection Equipment
  • Mobile Equipment Awareness
  • Propane on the Work Site
  • Pumpjack Scaffolds Safety
  • Rigging, Hoists, and Cranes
  • Roofing Hazards and Controls
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods
  • Types and Uses of Safeguards
  • Working Around Concrete Pump Trucks
  • Working At Height
  • Working Safely with Drywall
Course Costs

$45.00 (Course)

$2.25 (GST)

Total: $47.25

Ticket/Certification

Certificate issued by Alberta Construction Safety Association.

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Confined Space Entry and Monitor

Please Note:  Confined Space Entry and Monitor is available directly from Energy Safety Canada (link to https://www.energysafetycanada.com/Course/12041) for those who have a computer or mobile device, and do not require technology assistance.

This 2-hour course teaches participants to identify, understand and mitigate the potential hazards of working in restricted and confined spaces. Developed using the Canadian Standards

Association’s Z1006-16 Management of Work in Confined Spaces and the Canadian Association of Oil and Gas Producers’ Code of Practice for Confined Space.

Course Overview
  • Roles and responsibilities of workers, supervisors, managers and confined space monitors
  • OH&S legislated standards
  • Code of Practice and requirements for developing one
  • Identification and classification of restricted and confined spaces
  • Requirements for working in or around restricted and confined spaces
  • Hazard assessment and control methods for restricted and confined spaces
  • Entry planning and permitting
  • Atmospheric testing
  • Signage and tagging
  • Emergency response
Course Costs

$124.00 (Course)

$6.20 (GST)

Total: $130.20

Ticket/Certification

This course is proctored, which includes ID verification and confirmation of the person taking the exam. If verification is compromised, certification will not be validated – the user will need to retake the course.

Certificate issued by Energy Safety Canada

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Payment Methods

Training Inc will accept the following payment methods:
  • Over the phone payments with a Visa or Mastercard
  • In-person payments can be made with: Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard, Money Order, Bank Draft, Electronic Transfer to finance@traininginc.ca
  • Injured Workers Compensation Benefits
  • Provincial Scholarships (Check with an Admissions/Intake Officer to confirm qualifications)
  • Student Loans
Can I use my Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP) to pay for school?

Yes. Most RESP’s are released to the account holder. Check with your bank on what they require to release the funds. If you require a confirmation of enrollment letter, you must make a request to your Admissions/Intake Officer.

I am receiving BAND Funding, what do I do?

Please email the information relating to the funding you are receiving and the BAND approval letter to the finance manager at finance@traininginc.ca

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