Avaal Technology celebrates the graduation of its 24th West Coast class in the Dispatch Specialist Course
25 Jan 2013
This Thursday, Avaal Technology celebrated the graduation of its 24th successful batch of students for the Avaal Dispatch Specialist Course at its Surrey campus. The graduating students took part in a 20 hour program, where they experienced both classroom and actual hands-on job training to prepare them for their future careers. The course modules introduce innovative techniques to effectively 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 trains students on TransCore’s 3sixty line of software solutions. The computer based applications are designed to streamline the fleet management process, and ultimately help companies increase profit levels.
Graduates from the 24th batch included: Parminder Singh Somal, Gurpreet Singh Brar, Kamaldeep S Bhathal, Mansher Singh Sidhu, Gurjeet Singh Sandhu, Shaun Dhillon, Christopher Leiws, Inderjit S Gill, Raman Joshi, Baksho Dhillon, Manmohan Dhillon, and Jaspal Sekhon. After the ceremony, students and guests were served lunch by Avaal staff and participated in a group photograph session.
Among those in attendance included former Member of Parliament Mr. Sukh Dhaliwal. Avaal appreciates the support of all of the individuals who took time out of their busy schedules to present the students with their certificates, while providing motivating speeches for the students who successfully completed the course.
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 will improve skills and understanding that can be 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.