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Avaal welcomes 34th round of dispatch specialist grads

BRAMPTON, Ont. -- Avaal Technology Solutions recently announced the completion of its 34th successful graduation ce...


Special guests, speakers and graduates gathered at Avaal's Brampton-based headquarters on Jan. 25 to celebrate 34th graduation ceremony for the company's Dispatch Specialist course.
Special guests, speakers and graduates gathered at Avaal's Brampton-based headquarters on Jan. 25 to celebrate 34th graduation ceremony for the company's Dispatch Specialist course.

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Avaal Technology Solutions recently announced the completion of its 34th successful graduation ceremony for its Dispatch Specialist course. Avaal is a Brampton-based firm in its fifth year of successful operations as an IT service provider and training centre. To date, more than 500 students have graduated from the Dispatch Specialist course.

 

Truck News managing editor Adam Ledlow was present as “chief guest” during the ceremony, held Jan. 25. Ledlow congratulated students on their successful completion of the course, and provided insight into how their newly acquired skills would prepare them for the unique challenges they would face in the transportation industry. Dr. Ranvir Sharda of the Daily Punjabi Newspaper presided over the event as master of ceremonies. Also present as guest speakers were Karen Stubbs, account manager for Transcore Link Logistics; Melroy Coelho, marketing manager for Transcore; Manan Gupta, editor for Road Today Magazine; and Vikas Gupta, sales associate for Arrow Truck Sales.

 

After the ceremony, students and guests were served a traditional Indian lunch by the Avaal staff and participated in a group photograph session. Graduates from the 34th session included: Pardeep Kumar, Major Gill, Jasvinder Saini, Anwar Hassan, Rajbir Grewal, Baljit Kaila, Ryan Bridgelal, Alain Henri, and Malavan Balachandran.

 

Officials say the Dispatch Specialist course blends a mixture of hands-on practical experience and theoretical knowledge to prepare students for the challenges they will face in the trucking industry. Students learn to effectively manage daily operations, with an emphasis on revenue and profit maximization.

 

January also marked the start of Avaal’s new Logistics Management Specialist program, an intensive one-year diploma program designed to prepare students for the challenges of the logistics industry.

 

For more information on Avaal’s educational programs and logistics services, call 905-595-1313 or visit www.avaal.com.


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