Instructors - Canada Training Group
  • Jeff Henderson, Pengrowth Energy Corp.
    "Ed seemed to have a good background knowledge of the material based on field and teaching experience. He was easily approachable and would help when needed."
  • Donald McRobb, Syncrude Canada
    “I found the course very informative. I gained a lot of knowledge from our instructor. The instructor was VERY good and made the course very enjoyable. I feel that I have gained the knowledge I need to know to test equipment safely and properly. Thanks for a great experience.”
  • John Gazzola, Lynk Electric
    "I thought the instructor was very good. He had an excellent understanding of the subject matter. And was very open to taking questions and gave good answers. Very good course."
  • Dean Knight, Middlesex Hospital Alliance
    “I thought the instructor was very good, he was funny and kept things interesting. The course was an eye opener that I think we all needed with very important stuff to get you thinking. I think everyone enjoyed it.”
  • Sean Callahan, Suncor
    "The instructor, Ed Rideout was very knowledgeable and easy to get along with."
  • Dean Wilson, Dow Chemical
    "This course was an excellent combination of theory and practical for testing and maintenance."
  • Frank Fiacco, Imperial Oil, Esso
    “Instructor was very knowledgeable, patient, answered all of our questions and good discussions. Course content was excellent for our needs.”
  • Dave Robinson, Mosaic Esterhazy
    “Very good course. It teaches a lot about testing and making better decisions about the condition of electrical equipment. This will help with troubleshooting and improves electrical safety for electricians and the site.”
  • Dennis Lohr, Manning Forest Products
    “Dave Neal was one of the best instructors I have had for any course.”
  • Geof Ansell, Suncor Energy
    I would recommend this training to others, another tool to add to the kit. The instructor, Ed Rideout was easy going and helpful. I also liked the....no question is a stupid question.
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