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Virtual CVSA/FMCSA Data Quality and Systems Training

March 1-5, 2021

Virtual CVSA/FMCSA Data Quality and Systems Training

CVSA and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) are proud to offer this virtual, system-wide training to state partners who report quality inspection and crash records to support FMCSA and state safety programs. The Virtual CVSA/FMCSA Data Quality and Systems Training will take place March 1-5, 2021. There will be no fee to attend, but registration is required by Feb. 19, 2021.

This training has become a much-anticipated event that demonstrates federal, state and CVSA’s commitment to reporting quality data. State inspection and crash reporting efforts are vital to the success of FMCSA’s data-driven safety programs, which prioritize resources for the greatest impact on large truck and bus safety. This event will offer training on FMCSA’s software systems and related sessions to:

  • Provide states with the skill-set and expertise needed to use FMCSA’s software systems efficiently and effectively, helping FMCSA achieve its mission of saving lives and making our roadways safer
  • Support states’ data quality improvement efforts. States have become key participants in monitoring data quality and are keen to understand how they can better use SAFETYNET, other FMCSA systems and their own systems to improve the data they report to FMCSA.
  • Engage the states to provide impactful and meaningful instruction, reinforcing their important role in supporting FMCSA’s safety mission. States have identified SAFETYNET, DataQs, A&I, MCMIS, Aspen and the Portal as important systems for training. FMCSA and state partners will bring their combined expertise and knowledge to this training, and participants will leave better equipped to help FMCSA reach its safety goals.
  • Blend the experiential knowledge of state and federal leaders. Most sessions will be delivered by two instructors – one state and one federal – and together they will share technical information, lead system demonstration, and, most importantly, speak to why system understanding is so important in the mission-oriented work.

Don’t miss out on this vital and valuable training.