BRAMPTON, Ont. –AVAAL Technology has reached a milestone with its logistics training programs, having just held its 40th and 41st graduation ceremonies for students in its Dispatch Specialist Course.
The graduation ceremonies were held at Avaal’s Brampton campus in late August, and included one of the largest classes in the program’s history, according to the company. The ceremonies included graduates from the Dispatch Specialist Course and the Fast Track Freight Forwarding Course.
Graduates from the 40th Dispatch session included: Masood Khan, Parvinder Khattra, Ramandeep Raikhi, Sumon Chowdhury, Randeep Sandhu, Surinder Sandhu, Shiv Mondair, Cassandrah Tran, Gurpreet Thind, Raja Waheed, Bev Turkington, Janak Sanghadia, and Nirothsan Thanapalan.
Graduates from Avaal’s 41st Dispatch Specialist and Fast Track Freight Forwarding courses included: Ramandeep Brar, Manpreet Singh, Hayden Andrews, Sandeep Singh, Manvirinder Kaur Sandhu, Michael Yu, Tina Verlysdonk, Neil Wang, Parvinder Khattra, Manjinder Bajwa and Rajinder Khehra.
More than 600 students have graduated from the Dispatch Course, a 40-hour program combining both classroom and hands-on job training. The course modules introduce techniques designed to effectively launch and operate small to large scale trucking companies with an emphasis on strategic business management.
Avaal’s Fast Track Freight Forwarding Course, meanwhile, is designed to address the concerns of freight forwarding professionals about skills shortages in the supply chain and logistics industry.
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