Will focus on the distribution of bearings, power transmission products and other industrial parts.
(L-R) Members of the IDP program steering committee: Rossana Gorys, associate director, Continuing & Professional Studies, Sheridan College; Paul Meo, president and CEO, NTN Bearing Corp.of Canada Ltd.; Cindy Russell, sales director Canada, Continental ContiTech; Dr. Janet Morrison, president, Sheridan College; Hazel McCallion, chancellor of Sheridan College; Jos Sueters, vice-president, Tsubaki of Canada Ltd.; Matt McCloy, director of sales and marketing, Regal Beloit Canada ULC; Vanessa Antonoff, branch manager, BDI Canada Inc.; and Nazlin Hirji, director, Continuing and Professional Studies, Sheridan College. Photo: Sheridan
BRAMPTON, Ont. — Sheridan College’s Continuing and Professional Studies division and industry partners are launching an intensive 16-week Industrial Distribution Program focused on the distribution of bearings, power transmission products and other industrial parts.
Courses delivered at the college’s Davis Campus in Brampton, Ont. campus (starting Jan. 6) will focus on the key disciplines relevant to distribution with eight weeks of classroom instruction and eight weeks of hands-on training at a company within the industrial machinery segment.
Workshops will feature distribution management, territory sales, marketing, negotiation skills, inventory management, sales management, human resources, leadership and information technologies.