Your ACSA runs daily courses at our main training facilities in Edmonton, Calgary, and Fort McMurray, along with specially scheduled courses at our regional partner locations in Canmore, Lloydminster, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, and Grande Prairie. Across our various locations we run almost 30 classroom courses facilitated by professional instructors. We also provide a range of online e-learning opportunities.
How to Register
Follow these steps to register for a course:
- Create an account (or login to your existing account)
- Click on the Course Catalogue or Course Calendar button
- Locate the course you are seeking and click on it
- Find the date you wish to take the course and click on the Add to Cart button
- Follow the instructions to finalize your registration
If you must cancel your registration, notification must be received at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled course date. You can withdraw from your scheduled training by logging into your student portal or by emailing email@example.com or calling 1.800.661.ACSA.
The ACSA has a Student Expectation and Conduct Policy which all students must read and agree to before registering for courses.
Designation Applications & Professional Development Credits
ACSA courses qualify for CRSP applications and professional development credits. Click here for the information you need to apply for your CRSP designation and professional development credits.
Our classroom courses run from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on scheduled dates. CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.800.661.ACSA
Online (e-Learning) Courses
e-Learning programs or web-based (online) programs provide an excellent training alternative to the classroom. e-Learning programs use video, audio, and text, making them adaptable to each learner’s preference for information gathering and speed of comprehension. e-Learning also allows greater mobility of training, removing the barriers of time and location, and are virtually irreplaceable in conducting objective testing.
* Prices set by owner/distributor of the program.
Ground Disturbance 201 – Online (Proctored) and Professional Driver Improvement Course (PDIC) (Proctored) require a webcam to meet the proctoring requirement
Revised Nov. 7, 2019