Avaal's latest group of grads poses with special guests after the ceremony in Brampton Jan. 10.
BRAMPTON, Ont. — AVAAL Technology Solutions has welcomed its latest batch of graduates for its logistics training programs. The ceremony, held in Brampton Jan. 10, included graduates from the 45th batch of Dispatch Specialist Course, the Logistics Specialist diploma program, and the Fast Track Freight Forwarding Course.
Graduates included: Parminder Virk, Prabhjot Sohal, Brian Callaghan, Aditya Madan, Kuldeep Cheema, Amanpreet Dhaliwal, Julie-Ann Bak, and Parvinder Virk. The graduation ceremony also featured guest speaker Louis Changivy, account manager for TransCore Link Logistics 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 students in Avaal’s Dispatch Specialist Course take part in a four-day program, combining both classroom and hands-on job training to prepare them for their future careers. The course modules introduce techniques to 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’s Fast Track Freight Forwarding Course was developed to answer the concerns of freight forwarding professionals about skills shortages in the supply chain and logistics industry. Topics covered include details of logistics operations such as documentation requirements in transportation by road, rail, water and air; warehousing, international trade, customs clearance, insurance, import-export documentation, and marketing.
The Logistics Specialist diploma program, meanwhile, covers the full supply chain and logistics management process, and all modes of transport including rail, ocean, road and air.
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