Special Needs Transportation

Q’Straint Offers Training Webinar Series

Thomas McMahon
Posted on February 2, 2018

Q’Straint’s webinar series covers such topics as best practices, securement equipment operation, and sensitivity training.
Q’Straint’s webinar series covers such topics as best practices, securement equipment operation, and sensitivity training.
Upcoming web seminars from Q’Straint will provide guidance on securing bus passengers who use wheelchairs.

Q’Straint’s ongoing webinar series covers such topics as liability and best practices, securement equipment operation, pre-trip inspection, basic maintenance, and sensitivity training.

In 2018, the webinars are being offered monthly, plus a full week of webinars in August. The next two editions are slated for Feb. 13 and March 22.

Darren Reaume, national training manager for Q’Straint and Sure-Lok, serves as a presenter for the webinar series.

Questions can be submitted before or during the sessions, and attendees receive a certificate of completion.

More information on the Q’Straint webinars is available here.

Related Topics: driver training, special needs, wheelchairs

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