Special Needs Transportation

2 contractor managers complete special-needs program

Posted on October 9, 2013

Managers from two school bus contracting companies have earned the Special Needs Transportation Training Endorsement.

The program, offered by the National Association for Pupil Transportation, is designed to increase participants' specific knowledge about transporting students with disabilities.

The latest pupil transportation professionals to complete the program are:

• Glenn Brooks, manager of human resources and employee development with Student Transportation of America in Carnegie, Pa.

• Luis A. Rodriguez Vazquez, quality manager with Transporte Sonnell in Corozal, Puerto Rico.

For more information on the Special Needs Transportation Training Endorsement, go here.

Comments ( 1 )
  • María Alexandra Camacho

     | about 4 years ago

    Luis Rodriguez, Excellent Manager, I am very proud of her career, is his work and achievements undoubtedly an invaluable resource

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