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CTHRC launches new and improved Web site

OTTAWA, Ont. -- The Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC) has announced the launch of its new Web site,...


OTTAWA, Ont. — The Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC) has announced the launch of its new Web site, which officials say includes new and exciting tools to help the trucking industry manage and train their transportation employees.The CTHRC said the new site is much more current and dynamic than its old one. The site is now grouped into two distinct categories – management and front line workers. With this new set up, the CTHRC says it will be better able to help the trucking industry by showcasing its many products that were developed by the industry, for the industry. “The Web site will continue to deliver important information and tools regarding human resource practices in the trucking industry,” said Linda Gauthier, executive director of the CTHRC. “We have attempted to make the new site much more user-friendly in order to make accessing the information and resources even easier for our partners than it was before.”Products such as National Occupational Standards, e-learning courses and labour market information are all available to sample and download free of charge. There are also links to many other industry partners and information, which the CTHRC says makes the Web site a one-stop-shopping portal for the trucking industry’s training needs. The site also has information on upcoming programs, such as the wage subsidy program for new trucking employees, slated to start early next year. An online secure store soon to be available will permit visitors to try out many of the council’s products, such as the dispatcher courses and National Occupational Customizing Tool, before purchasing them.For more information visit www.cthrc.com


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