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Question: How long does it take to complete the course?
Answer: From start to finish the course should take about 6 to 8 hours of actual study time.

Question: How long may I take to complete the course?
Answer: You could complete the course in less than one day. However, the course will not "time expire" on you if you wish to take longer.

Question: Is this course free?
Answer: No. The cost of the course is $149.00.

Question: Who should take this course?
Answer: The Station Attendant Course is designed for a station attendant working at a full-serve, self-serve, cardlock/keylock, bulk plant, marina, or private outlet.

Question: Is there a legal requirement to take the Station Attendant Course?
Answer: There is a legal requirement to be trained if you are working as a station attendant at a fuel dispensing site. The Station Attendant Course fulfills this requirement.

Question: I live outside Ontario, may I take the course?
Answer: This program was developed for use in Ontario, however it is anticipated that Station Attendants from other Provinces and Territories will use the material within. The similarities of the requirements contained within the Liquid Fuels Handling Code and the National Fire Code make this transition to different jurisdictions reasonably easy. With the exception of the Ontario specific requirements, this program covers most of the fuel related issues that a petroleum station attendant needs to know to operate a petroleum handling facility safely in any jurisdiction. In virtually all jurisdictions there are legal requirements to train any person responsible for petroleum handling operations.

Question: I have an Apple Macintosh computer. Can I take the course?
Answer: A Mac running OS X and Safari or Firefox as browser will be fine.

Question: What minimum computer system do I need?
Answer: Any PC running Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher will do. You will also need a 56Kb modem, or faster, connection to the internet.

Question: Is there a minimum age to take the course?
Answer: The minimum age to pump gasoline at a service station in Ontario is 15 years.

Question: Is there a minimum level of education required for this course?
Answer: No. Bring your common sense and desire to succeed to the project!

Question: Must I have previous work experience to take the course.
Answer: No. The Station Attendant Course was designed specifically as an entry level course for station attendants.

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