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SCTA Trucking Institute

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The SCTA hosts multiple training and continuing education programs throughout the year through the Trucking Institute.

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FMCSA FEBRUARY TRIFECTA: 2 DAYS, 3 WORKSHOPS

All at one location in Summerville... Attend 1, 2 or 3...your choice!

February 18 & 19

1. Complying with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
2. Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training
3. HazMat Certification/Re-certification

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Cargo Securement & Level One Inspections

Both workshops are important for drivers, mechanics, and management!

Level 1 Inspections: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lunch: 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
Cargo Securement: 12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

You can choose to attend one or both.

Discounted pricing for attending both includes lunch. You can attend one or the other and add-on lunch.

Location:

Worldwide Equipment
780 Jedburg Road, Summerville, SC, 29483

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SMITH SYSTEM TRAIN-THE-TRAINER COURSE

*Only 4 seats left!*

5-day trainer certification program

March 2-6 in Columbia

Two-year re-certification also available.

Please contact Taryn@SCTrucking.org to register.

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2020 Safety Management Development Series

Required Meeting Dates in Columbia:
March 11 & 12
June 23 & 24
September 23 & 24
December 15 & 16

Topics: (may include others)

  • Introduction to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs)
  • Putting together a company CMV safety plan
  • Getting prepared for a "Compliance Investigation"
  • Vehicle Accident Investigation
  • Reading and understanding the South Carolina vehicle accident report
  • Putting a company accident plan together
  • Understanding Workers Compensation
  • Everyday Transportation Safety Management
  • Introduction to Risk Management

Limited to 12 participants.

Cost: $1500.00pp

For more information or to register, contact Taryn@SCTrucking.org.

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Want to become certified?

The courses below are applicable toward NATMI’s nationally recognized, university accredited certification programs.  Taking the courses is the first step toward earning a credential that will help you become a more competent professional, earn industry recognition and credibility in court testimony.   If you have the job experience, you can pay one lump sum that covers all fees for certification, and complete the process within a 60-day time frame – or less.

How to Become Certified

- Certified Director of Safety (CDS): 5 Years (or 4 years if you have a college degree) in fleet safety management

- Certified Safety Supervisor (CSS): 2 Years in fleet safety profession

Dates & Time

Choose from the following dates:

Classroom work from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday with the final exam (for those who are taking it) on Friday. Lunch and housing at the expense of the attendee/sponsoring company.

Location
South Carolina Trucking Association
2425 Devine Street, Columbia

Registration

Click on your preferred date above, or select your workshop at https://members.sctrucking.org/event-calendar

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Description

This train-the-trainer course is for professionals responsible for the development and implementation of professional driver training programs. Students learn teaching skills and their practical application. In addition, students will have the opportunity to present their own lesson plans with critique following. The following topics are covered:

The Instructional Process

Phases of the teaching-learning process.

  • Principles of Learning - Effective training based upon motivation, participation, knowledge of results and reinforcement.
  • How to Prepare Performance Objectives - Determining desired results for specific learning experiences.
  • Teaching Assignments & Instructor Demonstration - Teaching topics for class presentation; instructor demonstration of a teaching topic.
  • Evaluation of Training Effectiveness - How to analyze performance.
  • Lesson Plans - Components; development; importance.
  • Instructional Techniques - Selecting and using instructional techniques and aids.
  • The Role of the Trainer - Tools for efficient administration.
  • Practice Teaching - Presenting your own lesson & critique.
  • Organization of an Effective Training Program - Developing the company-training program; how to evaluate results.

Job Experience Required: 2 years in driver training

 

Time

Courses Held on May 4-5, 2020
Exam held on May 6, 2020

Location

South Carolina Trucking Association
2425 Devine Street, Columbia, SC, 29205

 

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Course Benefits:

1.       Interpret information from a thorough investigation;

2.       Establish policies and procedures protecting the company from liability, personnel and public relations issues;

3.       Improve communications skills used for interviewing;

4.       Recognize the causes of accidents and develop effective training to address those issues;

5.       Learn to recognize important information and record it;

6.       Evaluate damage to vehicles and objects involved in crashes;

7.       Accurately review reports from law enforcement and insurance agencies for liability issues;

8.       Learn how to take usable photographs of accident sites;

9.       Learn to determine speed from on- and off-road tire marks;

10.    Gain the technical ability and confidence to investigate accidents through education and experience.

 

Course Description

Control costs through a complete and thorough vehicle accident investigation.  Develop skills in loss prevention, data collection and analysis.  This course covers:

  • Accident Management - Setting policy and procedures to be followed within the organization; driver conduct and actions at the scene; and the supervisor's role.
  • Cause and Chain of Events of Accidents - When and where did the accident begin; the multiple causes of accidents and driving tactics.
  • The Role of Photography in Documentation - Procedures for gathering useful photographs.
  • Roadway Evidence – Skid marks, metal scars, and damage to objects along the path of the vehicles and how they assist in determination of speeds and directions.
  • Vehicle Damage - Contact, induced and other damage present and how to determine what may have caused each.
  • Determining Speeds - How to determine the speed of vehicle from tire marks, critical speeds of curves, combined speeds, skip and gap skids, drag factors of roadways and other surfaces, and test skid procedures.
  • Recording Information - Gathering measurements and creating field sketches, which will be used as part of the investigative process.

Time

September 29 - 30

Location

South Carolina Trucking Association
2425 Devine Street, Columbia, SC, 29205

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