Special Needs Transportation

Q'Straint, Sure-Lok offer free training seminar

Posted on July 7, 2014
An upcoming training event will provide hands-on education in how to properly use and operate Q'Straint and Sure-Lok products for school transportation.

An upcoming training event will provide hands-on education in how to properly use and operate Q'Straint and Sure-Lok products for school transportation.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Q'Straint and Sure-Lok will hold a free training seminar here on Nov. 5 and 6.

The event will provide hands-on education in how to properly use and operate Q'Straint and Sure-Lok products for school transportation, which include a variety of wheelchair securement systems.

Attendees will also tour the company's facility, see how Q'Straint and Sure-Lok products are made, learn about the inspection and maintenance of wheelchair securement systems, and view crash tests.

Q'Straint and Sure-Lok cover the costs of hotel accommodations, ground transportation and meals during training, and they provide all necessary training materials. Attendees pay for their transportation to and from Fort Lauderdale.

For more information and to register, go here.

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