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3M approved training partner. Underground Facility Locator certificates. Canadian Certified Locator® Assessments. Safe Digging, Ground Disturbance Supervisory courses.

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Underground Facility Locator (UFL) Certificate Program


Locator Knowledge Training. Choose 1 of any of the below specialized courses.

  • Petroleum Advanced Line Locating +250$
  • Transmission Advanced Line Locating +250$
  • Utility Advanced Line Locating +250$


Training Location. SLS offers bi-lingual training across Ontario and Québec. To book training dates that work for your company, please contact

  • Field Training +550$


UFL Manual. Underground Field Locator manual, used as a reference guide when locating in the field, as well as a tool for Certificate assessments.

  • UFL Manual +100$

3M Dynatel™ Training Provider

Dynatel™ training packages ranges from 69$ to 99$ per person depending on number of students / technicians.

Canadian Certified Locator® Assessment Services Across Ontario and Quebec.

Become a Certified Locator

If you are an experienced locator, this certification is highly recommended.

You will have an international recognized industry qualification, being distinguished from DIY or self-authorized locators.

If you are an inexperienced or new locator it is highly recommended that you complete the Locate Management online training course “Utility Advanced Line Locating (UALL)” as a first step. Other industry locating courses are accepted as pre-requisites for the CCL® Certification. Please contact us for more details at

Safe Digging – Supervisory Ground Disturbance

Developed with input from a cross-sector of industries, Locate Management’s new online Safe Digging – Supervisory Ground Disturbance (SD201) 1 day (up to 8 hours) course is aimed at developing advanced ground disturbance (excavation) skills and attitudes. This e-learning supervisory level ground disturbance training course, built to meet the ABCGA Ground Disturbance 201 Standard, explains the necessary process to plan and safely perform a ground disturbance (excavation) as per applicable regulatory federal and provincial/state requirements, acts and industry best practices.