This North American Fatigue Management Program virtual training course will:
- Outline the main components of a fatigue management program.
- Cover key fatigue-management educational and training elements.
- Include coursework, instruction, presentations, quizzes and individual assignments.
- Include a fatigue management program roadmap drafting and development session.
This training course was made possible with the support from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and Transport Canada.
The target audience is motor carrier representatives from CVSA industry members and non-members who need to implement a fatigue management program for their organization.
This in-person course is limited to 20 students.
- Completion of Module 2 (Safety Culture and Management Practices), Module 3 (Driver Education), and Module 7 (Motor Carrier Sleep Disorders Management) with an 80% or higher exam score on the NAFMP eLearning Platform
(Note: You may register for this course now and then complete the prerequired NAFMP modules before the registration deadline)
- Knowledge of company policies and understanding of behavior and corporate change processes
- Leadership, empathy, active listening to concerns and questions, effectively communicating messages, group facilitation, and addressing needs of trainees
- Ability to model appropriate fatigue management behaviors and enthusiasm for commercial motor vehicle driver fatigue management
- Knowledge of commercial driving
Total Course Hours
What to Expect
- This virtual course will include instructor-led training, quizzes and a session to complete your organization’s fatigue management roadmap, according to rubric specifications.
- All training materials will be provided electronically.
- Students will make a presentation of their roadmap and provide feedback to their peers’ roadmaps. A score of at least 80% of the roadmap rubric is required to pass the course and receive a certificate of completion. A participant who scores lower than 80% or chooses not to present their roadmap will receive a certificate of attendance.
This virtual course will be delivered on Wednesday, June 14, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. EDT.
- To take this course, you will need access to Zoom and the NAFMP eLearning platform.
- You will need to establish a user account in the NAFMP eLearning platform and complete the prerequired coursework before taking this course.
- You will be sent a Zoom link prior to the start of the training course. You will receive instruction, view and conduct presentations in Zoom.
- All students are required to have their video turned on during the entire course, except during breaks. NO OTHER EXCEPTIONS.
There is no registration fee for this virtual training course; however, registration is required.
When you click on the “REGISTER NOW” button below, you will be taken to a short application. Please complete the application and select submit. The information will be used to verify you meet the minimum requirements to attend the course and if so, assign you a presentation assignment/time slot.
If you have already completed the prerequired coursework, you will receive confirmation of course enrollment within two business days. If not, please let us know once you do by contacting CVSA Fatigue Management Program Specialist Rodolfo Giacoman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-998-1830.
This course is now full.
The registration deadline is Friday, June 2.
If you registered for this training course but will no longer be able to attend, please let us know. Contact CVSA Fatigue Management Specialist Rodolfo Giacoman at email@example.com or 202-998-1830.
Point of Contact
Fatigue Management Specialist
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