Special Needs Transportation

Q'Straint to hold free training seminar

Posted on June 6, 2011

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Q'Straint will hold its eighth annual National Training Seminar later this year to provide in-depth instruction on how to operate its systems.

The seminar is intended for transportation agency trainers, operations directors or supervisors for transportation agencies, state trainers or others who supervise or manage wheelchair transportation safety.

Each attendee will tour the Q'Straint facility, learn about inspection and maintenance of wheelchair securement systems and acquire in-depth knowledge about Q'Straint products for writing specifications, officials said.

The seminar will be held onsite in Fort Lauderdale and is free to participants. Q'Straint will cover the cost of hotel accommodations, ground transportation and meals during training, as well as provide all necessary training materials.

The following is a list of upcoming sessions:

Transit/Fixed Route, Oct. 19-20
Paratransit, Oct. 19-20
School Bus, Nov. 9-10

    For more information or to register, click here.

    Related Topics: wheelchair lifts

    Comments ( 1 )
    • Rich Jacobson

       | about 9 years ago

      The folks at Q'Straint are top notch and have always given back to the school bus community. This is just another example of their demonstrated commitment to providing safe and secure transportation!

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