Avaal's latest group of grads poses with special guests after the ceremony in Brampton Dec. 6.
BRAMPTON, Ont. — Avaal Technology has celebrated the graduation of its 44th successful batch of students for the Avaal Dispatch Specialist Course.
Graduates from the 44th batch included: Palwinder Dhaliwal, Manjit Pandher, Sandeep Manhas, Bakhshish Singh, Yashwant Baghel, Meena Baghel, and Balvinder Singh Jassar. The graduation ceremony also featured guest speakers Melroy Coelho from Trans Core Link Logistics, Vikas Gupta from Arrow Truck Sales, and Dr. Ranvir Sharda as Master of Ceremonies.
After the ceremony, students and guests were served lunch by Avaal staff and participated in a group photograph session.
The graduating students took part in a 40-hour program where they experienced both classroom and actual hands-on job training to prepare them for their future careers. The course modules introduce techniques designed to effectively launch and operate small to large scale trucking companies with an emphasis on strategic business management. Key modules include freight matching, route optimization, border crossing, and obtaining freight contracts. Avaal trains students on TransCore’s 3sixty line of software solutions. The computer-based applications are designed to streamline the fleet management process, and ultimately help companies increase profit levels.
Avaal has also announced a special Customer Appreciation Day celebration, to be held Dec. 12. Events will include information sessions for those in the trucking and logistics industry, free food and snacks, a photo session with Santa Claus for children, and live music and dance. The information sessions will cover topics including career opportunities in transportation, compliance with government regulations, border security initiatives (C-TPAT & PIP), and new technologies and applications available to the logistics industry.
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