2-Day TCP Course

July 13th - 14th, 2024 ·
Kelowna , BC · PUBLIC
Course #CQ2-18846

Course Details

This two-day TCP Course meets all the training standards required by the BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA). After successfully completing this course, you will become a qualified TCP and receive a TCP Record of Completion Card. To successfully complete this course you must pass both a written exam and an onsite practical test.

Date & Time:
Date & Time:
July 13th - 14th, 2024
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
$280.00 + tax
(Cash, debit, credit card, e-transfer)

Additional Payment Information:
Payment first morning of course
Classroom & Practical
Offered by:
Offered by:
ALJ Safety
Training room
100-3042 Sexsmith Road
Kelowna , BC V1X 7S6
Alex Johnston
My name is Alex Johnston. In the world of traffic control, I initially specialized in emergency scene management but while working for the City of Kelowna, it evolved into formal traffic control which now I have been doing for over 20 years. The last ten years, I have based out of Kelowna and focused strictly on training. In traffic control, and other areas, I have trained municipal, provincial, and federal government agencies as well as at community colleges and corporations in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. I find it both challenging and rewarding to give people skills and knowledge that they may immediately apply to a constructive work environment. In doing this, my goal is to impart understanding about working safely and why we do what we do to do to get the job done safely and within regulatory guidelines. I thoroughly enjoy the interactive environment of the classroom, generating discussion and getting students to relate to, and understand, the material being taught and realizing its not just something they have to learn by rote. From feedback from students I have taught, I know principals taught in this program have saved lives. This is the best reward a Traffic Control Person instructor can have.
Classroom expectations:
Learner participation is a part of this course. Students are expected to be considerate and encouraging of other learners, using appropriate language and behaviour. It is your job to help others learn, just as it is theirs to help you.

Practical expectations:
Students are expected to follow road safety protocol. Students are advised to bring: (1) Weather Appropriate Clothing; (2) Bag Lunch; and (3) CSA-Approved Safety Footwear with Ankle Protection.

Instructor may provide you with additional course policies.
To Register:
To Register:
Register online by completing the Register for this course steps located on this page.
Register by phone at (250) 212-0770.
Course Contact:
Course Contact:
Alex Johnston
Phone: (250) 212-0770

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