Helping Canadians get back to work.

Training Inc.

1st Floor, 2802-222 Street, Bellevue AB

Possible funding to those who qualify*

  • Alberta Student Aid Program
  • Loans
  • Grants
  • Bursaries
  • Scholarships


Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.

Business, Accounting, Marketing Programs

  • Training Inc. offers you the dynamic Office Assistant Program! Designed specifically for those who are employment bound. With this full-time, 13-week program you will receive training on computer applications, administrative and customer/client service skills specific for the office. In addition, you will have a 2-week practicum (included in the 13-weeks) and employment assistance.

    This program offers you the opportunity to:

    • Earn an official certification documenting the courses and program you complete
    • Receive employment ready training
    • Promote yourself and your achievements
    • Achieve a lifelong learning goal
    • Administrative Assistant
    • General Office Worker
    • Receptionist
    • Executive Assistant
    • General Office Clerk
    • Front Desk Agent (Hotel)
    • Clerical Assistant
    • Office Manager
    • Information Clerk
    • Registry Clerk
    • and others!

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • Training Inc. is pleased to offer this 3-day or 4-evening (18-hour) course, as developed by Alberta Health Services. This course provides Health Care Professionals with the training and skills required for medication assistance in long-term, lodge and independent group living facilities. The course consists of 11 modules developed by Alberta Health Services and recognized throughout the healthcare industry. Some of the modules include medications for the elderly, diabetics, needle safety and documentation.
    • Team Roles/Responsibilities
    • Effective communication with teams
    • Positive attitudes towards the aging
    • How medication affects the aging process
    • Problem solving strategies
    • Safety considerations/strategies to avoid medication errors
    • Effective communication with clients
    • Observation and documentation
    • Safe medication practices in lab settings

Legal, Policing Programs

  • Welcome to the Alberta Basic Security Training course. During this 40-hour computer course, you will begin to develop the knowledge and skills required of a security professional and, upon successful completion of the course, you will write the provincial licencing exam. You will also be ready to take on a role in the security field.
    • Module 1: Introduction to the Security Industry
    • Module 2: The Canadian Legal System and Security Professionals
    • Module 3: Basic Security Procedures
    • Module 4: Communication for Security Professionals
    • Module 5: Documentation and Evidence
    • Module 6: Response Procedures for Security Professionals
    • Module 7: Health and Safety for Security Professionals
  • Welcome to the Alberta Investigator Training course. During this 40-hour instructor-led course you will begin to develop the knowledge and skills required of a professional investigator and, upon successful completion of the course, you will be well-prepared to write the provincial licencing exam. You will also be ready to take on a role in the field of investigations.
    • Module 1: Introduction to the Investigation Industry
    • Module 2: Professionalism and Ethics
    • Module 3: Health and Safety
    • Module 4: Law and the Canadian Legal System
    • Module 5: Use of Force
    • Module 6: Investigations
    • Module 7: Communications and Report Writing
    • Module 8: Specialized Investigations
    • Module 9: Business of Investigations
  • Training Inc. offers a 5-week funded Security Professional Training Program for those wanting to work in the security profession. Security Professionals, including Security Guards and Patrol Officers, work in a number of different environments, both indoors and outdoors. For example, in airports, shopping centres, banks, at conventions or public events, in parking lots, construction sites, hospitals, galleries, or in a variety of other public buildings. In order to work in Alberta, those working in Security Services require a Security Services Licence issued through the Alberta Justice and Solicitor’s General Office. However, in order to be prepared for work in this industry, you will need additional training, which we deliver in this program.

Skilled Trades, Auto, Fire Programs

  • ACOT is a safety training program that prepares you for work in agriculture, construction, oilfield and driving industries, in just 7 short weeks. You will receive industry-recognized certifications and training that will prepare you to transition to work, and we will assist you with the employability training and job search support you need to be successful. Starting wages in these industries are very competitive, and there are many opportunities for advancement! Solid training solutions for really flexible employment!
    • Transport Driver
    • Oilfield Worker
    • Production/Process Labourer
    • Commercial/Industrial Residential Construction Worker
    • Equipment Operator
    • Farm Hand
  • Training Inc. provides a variety of safety training courses offered through qualified instructors and accredited training centres. We deliver Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA), Fall Protection Group, ENFORM, St. John Ambulance, and the Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA) courses.

Technology, Networking Programs

  • Training Inc. considers your individual needs important and have flexible scheduling and courses to meet those needs. A qualified instructor on-site to offer you support and guidance, and our hands-on courses help advance your skills for the workplace. Certificates are issued for the successful completion of each course. General computer courses can be taken in Lethbridge, Pincher Creek, or Cardston (see lab hours).
    • Microsoft Windows
    • Microsoft Word – Levels 1 and 2
    • Microsoft Excel – Levels 1 and 2
    • Microsoft Access
    • Microsoft Outlook
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • Microsoft Publisher
    • QuickBooks – (Levels 1 and 2 2019 Edition NOW COMBINED)
    • Sage 50 – Levels 1 and 2
    • E-Z Bookkeeping (non-computerized)

Bellevue Campus

Mission Statement

At Training Inc., our mission is to enhance the lives of our clients through life-long learning. Human growth and development are the focus of our activities. We are committed to honesty, excellence, creativity, integrity, and service to our community.

One Mission ~ Two Services: About You!
  • Training Inc.’s motto is “Connecting you to the World of Work.” Some individuals connect to the world of work by re-training or certifying themselves in their chosen field, and others need a hand with career planning and resumé development.
  • Training Inc.’s team of Intake Officers, Employment Counsellors, Certified Trainers, and Educators have been helping Albertans graduate programs, find enjoyable employment, and connect to their communities for over 20 years!
  • Training Inc.’s unique combination of Occupational Training and Career and Employment Services is tailored to each individual’s strengths, interests, and goals. A one-on-one appointment with an Intake Advisor or Employment Counsellor will help you discover your potential, map out your future path, and take advantage of opportunities you never knew existed!
  • Through two complimentary services and five service locations, we help others attain a true vision for their future!
Accreditation, Membership, and Compliance
  • Our school offers several programs that are licensed by the Private Career Colleges Branch of Alberta through the Ministry of Alberta Advanced Education. Our licensed educational programs are offered in accordance with the Private Vocational Training Act and Regulations as set out by the Government of Alberta.
  • Licensing allows you to feel confident in our programs as well as your own achievements! It enables us to help you access Provincial and Federal loans through Student Aid. Licensing also gives you confidence in the quality of your programs and curriculum, because you can be sure that licensed programs have gone through a formal review and approval process.
  • Program curriculum is provided and/or created to meet and maintain standards set out through regulated bodies whenever possible (i.e.: Training Inc. has an agreement with the Minister of Health and Wellness Alberta to deliver the approved Health Care Aide Government of Alberta Provincial Curriculum).
  • Member in Good Standing with the the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC).
  • Member in Good Standing with the Alberta Association of Career Colleges (AACC).
  • Accredited business and Member in Good Standing with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • We maintain a collaborative partnership with the provincial government by offering Career and Employment and Occupational Training programs throughout the year that are funded in partnership with Alberta Human Services.
  • Proud Member of the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce.
Recognition and Awards
  • Outstanding Employer Award Nominee. Business of the Year Awards 2017. The Lethbridge Chamber celebrates the best in Lethbridge business at the Business of the Year Awards.
  • 2014 Winner of the BBB Torch Award for Business Ethics; Winning top category for Industry Reputation, and Ethical Communications and Marketing Practices. This is a committee-selected and consumer-nominated award chosen from the southern Alberta and east Kootenays region, representing more than 50,000 companies from the area.
  • Training Inc. received the Torch Award for Ethics Long-Standing Accreditation Award in 2013 from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) in recognition for 10 years+ operating as an ‘ethical enterprise.’
  • BBB Torch Award Nominee, 2010.This is a consumer-nominated award chosen from the southern Alberta and east Kootenays region.
  • Training Inc.’s HCA Facility and Practicum Program Coordinator, Charlotte Hnatiuk (RN) was awarded the provincial CLPNA Interprofessional Development Award in May, 2014 after she was nominated by a co-worker. We recognize and thank Charlotte for her dedication to Training Inc., and we salute her 50+ years as a Registered Nurse and member of CARNA. This provincial, committee-selected award is a significant achievement for Charlotte.

*All student funding, whether made available privately or through various government branches, is only approved to those who qualify, by the original source of funding. There are many criteria that each candidate must meet to be approved. Schools can only inform you of what may be available.