Supply Warehouse Operations Integrated Training

 Admission Requirements Program Structure Schedule and FeesRegistration

The Supply Chain Warehouse Operations Program is a comprehensive training program that will provide clients with job-specific technical and employability skills in the warehousing function as well as necessary support to find and maintain full time employment.  The program will include components that integrate classroom learning, industry exposure, safety certifications, and work experience placements to prepare clients for full time employment in the warehousing field.  

Upon successful completion of this entry-level  warehouse operations training program, clients will gain a solid understanding of the curriculum, develop useful knowledge that can be applied within the workplace and potentially  obtain an entry-level position within the supply chain warehousing field in the local market.

Admission Requirements 

  • Work ready Albertans (18 years +) who are currently unemployed or marginally employed (working 19 hours or less).
  • Clients who require job-specific technical and employability skills in the warehousing function to find and maintain full time employment.  

Note: Individuals must be out of the regular K-12 school system for 12 consecutive months and be 18 years of age, to qualify.

  • English Language skills are required in order to succeed in the program.
  • For Albertans to whom English is a second language, a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of 5.75 is required.

Program Structure

Due to COVID-19, the Fall 2020  intake will be delivered virtually using Zoom and Moodle . Therefore, to participate in the program you will need a computer with video accessibility and a good network connection - cellphones are not acceptable.

All course materials will be posted on Moodle, and you will be able to access them prior to your course start date.  Please email Continuing Education or call 780-799-0535  if you don’t know your credential or experience any issues.


This program consist of twelve (12) weeks of classroom training followed by six (6) weeks of work experience with a local employer. 

Class times are Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • A requirement that a minimum of 80% of class attendance per session is required in order to receive a certificate of completion.
 Fall 2020 schedule 


Course Names                                      

Week 1  Orientation and Introduction to Supply Chain Aug 10-14
Week 2 & 3 Professional Practice in Supply Chain Aug 17 - 28
Week 4 Warehouse Operations - Receiving Incoming Material Aug 31 - Sept 4
Week 5 Warehouse Operations - Managing Stock and Material Storage Sept 8 - Sept 11
Week 6 Warehouse Operations - Issuing and Reverse Logistics Sept 14 - Sept 18
Week 7  Transportation & Material Handling Equipment Sept 21- Sept 25
Week 8  Industry Exposure/Emerging Technology Sept 28 - Oct 2
Week 9 Digital Skills Training Oct 5 - Oct 9
Week 10 Employability & Customer Service Training Oct 12 - Oct 16
Week 11- 12 Safety Training & Certificates Oct 19 - Oct 30
Week 13-  Week 18     6 week Employment Placement Term Nov 2 - Dec 11


If you are ready, willing and able to commit to the 18 week  Supply Chain Warehousing program, please call 780-370-2381 to register . Registration will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. 

***Approval/acceptance into the program will be provided within one week of registration.

Please note: Employment Insurance (EI) and Income Support (IS) clients are welcome.

The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services. 

Les gouvernements de l'Alberta et du Canada travaillent en partenariat et financent conjointement des programmes et des services d'aide à l'emploi.

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