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School or Passenger Bus License

Feb10

Date:
Monday, February 10, 2020

Time:
8:00am–2:30pm

Location:
Regional Transportation Training Center 109

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Advanced school bus training will enhance your driving skills to the next level. Whether you are looking for a new occupation or want to experience the great feeling of helping people get to their desired destinations, this course is for you. Using an actual school bus and driving simulators you will obtain the skills to drive a bus in all types of situations. During this course you will learn to drive a school bus in many rural and urban situations. You will learn to maneuver, the school bus around corners, over railroad tracks, through backing exercises, and many other real life experiences that occur while driving. You will complete this class with the confidence of driving a full length bus with hands-on experiences under the direction of experienced bus drivers. Class will conclude with the confidence to pass DOT tests and obtain a bus driving position. This course is much more than your average training. You will actually be driving in a variety of "real life situations." Note: You must have your school bus permit which will allow you to drive on the roadway, as well as your school bus and passenger DOT written tests.

Pre-registration required.

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Tags

  1. continuing education
  2. continuing education transportation
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