Avaal Technology celebrates the graduation of its 7th class in the Dispatch Specialist Course at its Winnipeg campus
04 Apr 2012
On Thursday, March 29th, Avaal Technology Solutions held its 7th graduation celebration for the Avaal Dispatch Specialist Course at its Winnipeg Campus. The successful graduates were: Daniella Kruger, Iqbal Sandhu, Olumide Famakin, Simon Atkinson, Navneet Badesha, Andrew Akisanya, Corey Plett and Grant Gaudry. Dispatchers now require a specialized skill set to effectively fulfill their role in the supply chain. Students in the Dispatch Specialist course learn how to integrate technology with organizational skills in order to manage the daily functions of logistics operations. The course also focuses on implementing strategies to economize the integration between organizations and their various elements. In addition, students acquire the necessary problem solving and analytical skills to efficiently process large volumes of data and utilize effective decision making techniques to solve problematic situations.
The Guest of Honour, Mr. Terry Shaw, Manager of the Manitoba Trucking Association presented the graduates with their diplomas. Upon congratulating the students Mr. Terry commented that Avaal is doing an excellent job by educating individuals about the trucking industry and supporting the industry by providing certified truck dispatchers. Other guests from industry present at the graduation included Mr. Ajay Singh, owner of Raj Transport and Mr. Ravi, owner of G-Line Transport.
A Dispatch Specialist Honors Certificate was given to Mr. Iqbal Sandhu for his outstanding performance during the course.
Avaal’s unique course as designed by industry leaders and experts is an interactive platform. This educational opportunity is ideal for both newcomers to the industry and seasoned professionals. Graduation from the course gives participants a solid understanding of the transportation industry, superior skill sets and the ability to excel in the daily functions of a complex logistic operation.
After the graduation ceremony, dinner was served by Avaal staff and enjoyed by all those in attendance. It gave the students a valuable chance to mingle and network with other professionals in the industry.
Avaal's courses are designed by industry professionals and focus on face-to-face interaction in a workshop format. This delivers an invaluable learning environment for participants through case studies that improve skills and understanding, while being applied quickly and confidently to improve bottom line performance.
Avaal Technology is a recognized Private Career College by the government of Canada and students may be eligible for government assistance. More information about educational programs and logistics services can be obtained by visiting the company website www.avaal.com
Avaal’s next batch in Winnipeg is scheduled from May 28th, 2012 to May 31st, 2012.