BRAMPTON, Ont. — Avaal Technology is offering a new Freight Forwarding Fast Track training course, with the first session starting May 2.
The training company says it will offer an open house preview and orientation on Apr. 26 for interested candidates. Avaal stresses that even in a downturn, “ a properly trained staff will be essential to any business survival strategy.”
“The key to successful training provision is an understanding that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to who is trained and how they are trained,” explained Dara Nagra, CEO of Avaal. “Each role has different responsibilities and levels of activity, so the training provided must be appropriate for that level.”
Avaal says its course was developed at the request of freight forwarding professionals, following concerns about an international skills shortage in the supply chain and logistics industry. Topics to be covered include: documentation requirements for road, rail, water and air; warehousing; international trade; Customs clearance; insurance; import/export documentation; and marketing, according to the private career college.
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