Calgary First Aid proudly offers workplace required transportation of dangerous goods (TDG) training. This course is offered as in in-class course or on-line. The on-line course offered on this website takes approximately 3 hours to complete. The classroom course takes 4 hours to complete. Participants that successfully complete this course will immediately receive a TDG certificate that is nationally approved. Certification is provided through St. Mark James Training. To register for a an in-class TDG course scroll to the bottom of the page to view available course dates and locations.
The On-Line Course
It is a self paced course that you can start and stop at any time. This course has 9 modules with quizzes that need to be completed in order for participants to move to the next module. This is a detail oriented course that is required for many individuals that work in the transportation of dangerous goods industry. We offer the on-line course at the lowest price (29.99 for individual participants) in Canada with all taxes and certification fees included. More competitive rates are available to large groups and companies.
How Much Does the Course Cost?
What Topics Are Covered in the Course?
The TDG Course covers the following topics
- Unit 1 – Introduction to TDG
- Unit 2 – Regulations and Training
- Unit 3 – Classification of Dangerous Goods
- Unit 4 – Safety Marks
- Unit 5 – Means of Containment
- Unit 6 – Documentation
- Unit 7 – Forbidden Goods, Exemptions and Special Provisions
- Unit 8 – Exemptions and Exceptions
- Unit 9 – Immediate Reporting and ERAPS
When Will I Receive My Certificate?
Participants will receive St Mark James TDG certification immediately upon completion of the course. This award states successful completion of the program.
What If I Lose My Certificate Or If I Need Retraining?
Participants that register for the on-line course will receive login information and scores / grades that will be permanently saved. You can reprint your award and / or re-take the course at any time. Participants that attend the full course can request a new certificate via telephone.