THSAO Council of Driver Trainers to hold annual educational conference

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LONDON, Ont. — The Transportation Health and Safety Association of Ontario will hold its annual educational conference Oct. 22-24 in London, Ont.

This event brings together driver trainers and related professionals from the truck, bus and courier industries as well as insurance and many other related businesses to discuss the latest in driver training, staff development and risk management techniques. The conference brings together over 100 professionals from across Ontario.

The Council’s goal is to achieve knowledge through training. In today’s uncertain business environment, the Council of Driver Trainers mission is certainly a necessity for all companies.

With the theme of Advanced Training Promotes Safety, the organizing committee has put together an action packed weekend with Topics that include: Powerful Presentations Using Technology in Training, directed to both the techno-savvy and techno-phobe alike, In-Vehicle Evaluation Techniques, Self-Study Programs, Psychology of Adult Learning, Unconventional Safety Programs, and the Art of Power Point. As well, this year delegates will be treated to a Training and Team Building Survivor workshop. The Conference includes the THSAO Council of Driver Trainers Annual General meeting and wraps up Sunday afternoon.

This year, our major sponsors include: Team 1 Environmental Services Inc., ICC The Compliance Centre, Dalton Timmins Insurance Brokers, E and B Paralegal and Markel Transport Training.

For more information on attending or sponsoring any part of this event, please contact Betty Taylor at 1-800-263-5016.

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