Site Operator

About SO

This course is available as an in-house training program.

A person who holds an SO certificate may, without supervision, manage a fuel facility, including record keeping, reconciliation and inventory control, maintain pumps, including replacing nozzles, spouts, hoses, breakaways, filters and belts; and assess, contain and clean up spills and leaks. O. Reg. 216/01, s 15 (1).

TSSA certification theory exam and practical assessment is administered at the end of the course.

Please note: Issued by TS Technical College: Record of Completion Exam – TSSA charges a $75.00 for an exam that is ordered and not used. Cancellations are permitted 10 business days prior to exam date. Substitute participants are not permitted. *This course does not qualify for issuance of a T2202A slip.


18 years of age. No other prerequisite required.

Course Length

Two Day Course


Tuition (workbook included) – $695.00
Liquid Fuels Handling Code 2017 – $165.00
TSSA Exam Processing Fee – $184.00

A Hybrid Future in Learning

Say the word "Hybrid" and what may come to mind first is an environmentally friendly, fuel-efficient car. However, as the demand for a certified, achieved recognized level of skills and knowledge increases, TS Technical College is discovering the many benefits of hybrid learning, including flexible scheduling and increased understanding by organizations and individuals about the activity in which they are involved.

Several trends are coming together that create a need for on-the-job recognition and understanding, in regards to supporting current and growing green initiatives that tackle climate change. Nationally, the federal government has made these issues a priority, especially in the Oil & Gas Industry, considered strategic for economic and security growth. Concern for the environment is one of the core values of TS Technical College, and was from the moment we opened our doors 12 years ago. Our Hybrid courses are designed to help improve the global competitiveness of business and industry through ensuring that their many workers are prepared.

Talk is one thing, real action is another!