This introductory course provides students with the ability to demonstrate safe chainsaw use for bucking and limbing trees in the Yukon.
To register for any of the follow programs or for more info, contact the Teslin Campus at 867.390.8800 or email@example.com
Book-keeping Fundamentals Level 1 | March 5-26, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6-9pm | $449 +gst
Focusing on basic accounting theory and foundations in general procedures, this intensive course will show you how all the pieces fit together: setting up journals, ledgers, and credit/debit notes; preparing a trial balance, income statement and balance sheet, fiscal period-end, bank reconciliation and closing adjustments.
Chainsaw Safety, Operation, & Maintenance Course | March 18-20, 9am-5pm | $500
This 3-day course will take students through the fundamentals of chainsaw service, minor repairs and maintenance. Students will also be instructed in the selection of the proper saw for the job, operations of slashing, line cutting, falling, and bucking. They will also become familiar with general work standards and hazardous situations. Students will receive hands-on training in the field. Steel toed boots are required. **THIS IS NOT A ENFORM COURSE (formerly PETROLEUM INDUSTRY TRAINING STANDARDS)
Confined Space Entrant & Standby Person | March 30-31, 9am-5pm | $385+gst
This 2-day course allows you to gain knowledge in Yukon Legislation, Term and their definitions as well as roles and responsibilities. Through both theory and practical components, you will discuss how to create a confined space entry plan, equipment needed, hazards and non-entry rescues.
Fall Protection | April 21, 9am-5pm | $195+gst
Learn how to work with fall protection equipment in this intensive, one-day course. Gain exposure to multiple protection systems and regulations as you explore how to inspect and properly care for specialized equipment designed to keep you safe! This course results in a Fall Protection ticket (expires after three years). To reduce the cost of the course to participants, the Teslin Community Campus Committee and Teslin Training Fund have subsidized this course.
Crane Operator | May 5-7, 9am-6pm | $295+gst
Lift it up, and make sure it comes down safely!!! This course will give you an intensive introduction to heavy lifting and proper safe operational expectations for crane operation, inclusive of the rigging & hoisting component. Learn how to lift with cranes and hoists while exploring different types of slings, their uses and proper storage. Build your understanding of hand signals and various knots, bends and hitches, and regulations for a safe and efficient workplace. Crane Operators in Yukon are required to carry 'proof of competence' by YWCHSB. The instructor will introduce each participant to the necessary steps to become certified by BC Crane, recognised Crane Operator certification in Yukon. Crane Operator Certification will be completed once the necessary training hours are logged and a BC Crane certified assessor has passed your practical skills assessment. Steel-toed boots required.
Transportation of Dangerous Goods | April 20th, 1-5:30pm | $95+gst
Legislation requires all people involved with transporting dangerous goods to learn the skills and principles taught in this course. Protect yourself and the public by learning how to avoid dangerous accidents and understanding your responsibilities as a shipper/handler. Earn a TDG certificate (clear language edition) in the process. To reduce the cost of the course to participants, the Teslin Community Campus Committee and Teslin Training Fund have subsidized this course. Successful completion of this course results in a Transportation of Dangerous Goods certificate (3 year expiration).
Bobcat Operator Training for Safe Workplaces | April 22, 2020 | $294+gst
Become a safer worker by improving knowledge of best practices for the safe operation of Bobcat and other skidsteer loaders. Explore the fundamentals of safe and efficient maneuvering, traveling and working with attachments. Receive a certificate of completion for your successful participation in the course. There are two four-hour class times available on April 22nd, choose between 8:30am-12:30pm or 1:30-5:30pm. Limit of four students per class.
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8:30am - 5:00pm
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