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Email address
Each participant must have their own email address.
You cannot use the same email address twice.

What payment method is accepted for purchasing online training?
The payment method is by credit card, on the site directly. If you want to pay by bank transfer or check, write an email to request authorization (minimum amount of $500). Payment term is: upon receipt of the invoice.

I need to purchase the training for one or more people (other than me). Which button should I use?  
You click on the “Purchase for my group, Business section” button. You become the group leader. After purchase, you will need to register the participant(s). Each participant must have their own email address. You cannot use the same email address twice. As a group leader (leader), unless you register as a participant, you do not have access to the training. The group leader can monitor participants’ course progress, invite them back, remove them (after leaving) and access the certificate after successful completion of the course.

What is the required pass mark? 
75%, you have 3 attempts to succeed, per exam. Following 3 failures, you must send an email to to have your account reactivated.  

Can I stop the training and resume it later? 
Yes, you can stop or take a break. We suggest logging out of your session at the end of the current module exam. You can open a new session at the time of your choice (less than 12 months after purchase).

Language of training  
Our TDG training courses are available in both languages, EXCEPT for TMD VRAC and TMD201 (French only).
Once in their session, the user can choose the language of their choice.

Is there a deadline for completing the training?
Yes, the user has 12 months to complete their training.

Is a training certificate available?
Yes, after successful completion of the course, the user must print their certificate.
If you are the group manager (leader), you also have access to the certificate of the employees you have registered, under the “Report” tab. It is the responsibility of the user or group leader to save the certificate in PDF format outside the platform (Formations Web Canada Inc. 


Who should take WHMIS training?
Section 29 of the Dangerous Products Information Regulation requires every employer to train staff who may be exposed to dangerous products.

I have already taken WHMIS training, should I repeat it with my new employer?
This remains at the discretion of the employer.

How often should I renew my training? 
Although there is no mention in the law, it is strongly suggested to resume training after 5 years. An employer may have more restrictive requirements, depending on internal company policy.


How long is the training? Course duration for ther TDGR  largely depends on the type of training. You can find out this duration by looking at the course description on our pages. The shortest is one hour while the longest is approximately 5 hours.

Who must be trained on the transport of dangerous goods regulations?  Part 6 of the TDGR requires any person to be trained or be under the direct supervision and presence of a trained person when carrying out shipping (packaging and document preparation) handling (loading and unloading a truck) or transporting (driving a truck) dangerous goods.

I have already completed RTMD training, should I repeat it with my new employer?  Yes since TDGR training is valid only with the current employer.

How often should I renew my training? TDGR training must be renewed every three years for surface transport, 2 years for air transport OR when changing employers.

Do you export? You must inform yourself of the export controls that affect you, and you must also ensure that your employees and colleagues are aware of the existence of these controls, and how they can affect your company.

We offer several courses to help you navigate the legislation:

          The executive course: provides the executive team with an overview of the controls, company’s responsibilities, as well as the risks of ignoring them;

          An awareness course: to give an overview of controls to junior staff;

          A basic course: provides more advanced information, allowing you to manage an export control compliance program;

          An advanced course on American regulations: concerns the impacts of EAR and ITAR regulations for those who export from Canada goods with American content or produced with American technology;

          Training on the Controlled Goods Program: this program controls the possession, examination or transfer of certain military goods to Canada, even without export.

Our courses are also available in SCORM or API format, for installation on your intranet.

Who should take product environmental compliance training?

It depends on the course.

For the Introduction to environmental compliance, it is:

  •           Decision makers who want an overview of what is at stake
  • Compliance manager taking a new role with environmental matters
  • Anyone with interest on product environmental compliance

RoHS and REACH courses:

  •          Compliance managers wanting a deep understanding on the RoHS and REACH obligations;
  • Anyone involved in part and material acquisitions, like component engineers, quality managers, R&D, and procurement managers.

ISO 14001: mainly EHS managers in charge of the implementation of environmental management systems.

Do I receive a diploma upon completion?

Absolutely! Every course end with a quiz to ensure the acquisition of the materials. Then, participants who pass receive a diploma.

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