High Velocity Equipment Training College is committed to building mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples and has developed a respect and method of providing successful mobile Heavy Equipment Operator training within their own communities while addressing the concerns and cultural needs of the First Nations, Metis and Inuit people. The training can be an asset not only to the individuals but also to their families, communities and nation.
Bringing the mobile training program into those communities is unique as it addresses the need to provide training close to home and supports a local initiative which benefits the community as a whole.
Delivering the Heavy Equipment Operator Program to Aboriginal communities has proven to be a great success. High Velocity Equipment Training has recently completed many projects with superior results. It was a pleasure working with the following communities:
Woodland Cree First Nation
Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation
Kapaweno First Nation
Fond Du Lac First Nation
Hatchet Lake First Nation
Metis Nation of Alberta
Samson Cree Nation
Tall Cree First Nation
Driftpile Cree Nation
Peerless Lake First Nation
Black Lake First Nation
Sucker Creek First Nation
Loon River First Nation
Bigstone Cree Nation
Western Cree Tribal Council
Frog Lake First Nation
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