COVID-19 Update

With the situation COVID-19 Advanced Industrial Training Inc. is taking measures to protect its participants attending courses conducted by the company.

We ask all participants who are feeling ill to stay home and get well. Call us and we will reschedule dates to accommodate cancelations due to not feeling well.

If you are attending courses, you will be asked at the door if you are experiencing any signs that you are not feeling well and will be asked not to enter the facility as part of our screening process. Companies or individuals will be able to get a full refund or if participants wish will reschedule at a later date if paid in advance.

COVID-19 systems are:

  • Fever;
  • Cough; and
  • Difficulty breathing; and
  • Pneumonia, Kidney failure and death have occurred in severe cases.

How Can People Protect Themselves from the Virus?

  • Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using alcohol-based and sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.
  • Not touching your eyes, nose, or mouth without washing your hands.
  • Avoiding close contact with people who are sick, try to be separated by 2 metres and
  • Using proper cough and sneeze etiquette, such as by covering your mouth and nose with your arm to reduce the spread of germs and disposing of tissues as soon as possible in a proper receptacle and washing your hands after you do.

At the facility where courses are being held there are two washrooms equipped with hand soap and water.

Our classrooms are designed with no more than 15 participants during the COVID-19 risks. Where we hold training each participant will be sitting at their own table to ensure separation of other participants.

Some courses will be restricted in the use of equipment as not to handle by the participants and only by the instructor.

Working at heights for example we stress that if participants have their own harnesses and lanyard bring them to the course to reduce of sharing equipment. Please do not worry for we do have equipment available for users and they have been wiped down before and after use using soap and water.

At times like these, we must rely on only the most credible sources of information. We recommend the following websites to stay up to date on matters relating to COVID-19.


Government of Canada Public Health


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Government of Canada Travel Advisories


Johns Hopkins Case Count


Ontario Ministry of Health,,


The Atlantic: “Cancel Everything”

This highly cited article provides a clear review of the spread of the virus and what we need to do



If you have any further questions, please contact us at 613 544-6065 or email use at .