Trans-Consult offers 40-hour driver trainer class

Posted on March 17, 2009

PEYTON, Colo. — Dick Fischer, president of Trans-Consult, will be teaching a 40-hour “Train the Trainer” program for school bus driver trainers in Seymour, Ind., June 8-12, and Salina, Kan., June 22-26.

The program will consist of 20 hours in the classroom and 20 hours of hands-on, behind-the-wheel training to impart the professional teaching skills needed to train school bus drivers.

Each attendee will receive a 550-page training manual covering 35 different subjects.

For more information, e-mail Fischer with your name and phone number at [email protected].


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Comments ( 1 )
  • Franklin F. Taitano

     | about 4 years ago

    I would like get some information concerning your training programs that deals with school buses. I am the Superintendent, Division of Bus Operations, Department of Public Works, Guam. I would like to see if I can send some employee's for your schedule training or have a trainer come to Guam. I would also like some info. on train-the-trainer program. Several years back I believe we had two individual that went to this train-the-trainer program (Willie T. Flores and Alan Q. Rapolla)with your company. The schedule training that you have schedule is to soon for us to secure a seat and travel accommodations. If possible to sent me some brochures along with price quotation for your next training. Business Address: 542 North Marine Corps. Drive, Tamuning, Guam 96913. Thank you for your time. Franklin Taitano

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