Warehouse Express is a training program that introduces students to the daily duties of a warehouse worker. This program will give you the introductory skills and experience required to successfully enter the industry and thrive with plenty of room for growth.
Warehouse workers are typically responsible for receiving and assembling large quantity orders, operating pallet jacks and/or reach trucks, and packing pallets that drivers will take on deliveries. Typically, an entry level warehouse worker needs to be able to lift 50lbs and can be expected to be on their feet for 10-12 hour long shifts. This role is perfect for someone looking for a physically active role, has a flexible schedule, and is a team player.
Program Length: 3 weeks
Tuition: This program is funded by our program sponsors: Loblaw Companies Limited, Sysco, Martin Brower & Coca-Cola Canada.
Class Capacity: 12
Job opportunities are available with program sponsors in Edmonton & Calgary.
Successful completion of drug & alcohol testing
- Successful completion of fitness testing
- Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Fluent in English
- Criminal record check
- Applicants must be able to work shift work and night shift in order to meet the requirements of this entry level position
- Class 5 Driver's Licence recommended
Construction Safety Training System (CSTS20)
- Fire Extinguisher
- Standard First Aid CPR A & AED
- Food Safety
- Powered Pallet Jack Training
To support employment opportunities upon completion of this program, students will also have support from our Alumni Advisor team.