The target audience is motor carrier instructors from CVSA industry members and non-members; specifically, fatigue management instructors who train or expect to train CMV drivers and their families.
This virtual course is limited to 20 students.
- 1. Completion of Module 1 (Introduction and Overview) and completion of Modules 3 (Driver Education), 4 (Driver Family Education) and 8 (Driver Sleep Disorders Management) with an 80% or higher exam score on the NAFMP eLearning Platform. You may register for this course now, then complete the prerequired NAFMP modules before the registration deadline. If you do not complete the prerequisites by the deadline, your registration will be transferred to the waiting list of registrants who have completed the prerequisites.
- Knowledge of CMV driving, personal experience driving a CMV and previous experience training CMV drivers.
- Ability to model appropriate fatigue management behaviors, ability to relate well with other drivers and their families, and enthusiasm for CMV driver fatigue management.
What to Expect
- This virtual course will include instructor-led training, a session to complete presentations on assigned topics and individual quizzes/exam.
- All training materials will be provided electronically.
- Students will be given a post-exam. A score of at least 80% on the post-exam is required to pass the course and receive a certificate of completion. A participant who scores lower than 80% or chooses not to take the final exam will receive a certificate of attendance.
The virtual course will be delivered Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. EST.
- To take this course, you will need access to Zoom and the NAFMP eLearning platform.
- You will be sent a Zoom link prior to the start of the training course. You will receive instruction, and view and conduct presentations in Zoom.
- You will need to establish a user account in the NAFMP eLearning platform and complete the prerequired coursework before taking this course.
Virtual Events Code of Conduct
CVSA is committed to providing a safe, productive and welcoming environment for all virtual meeting participants. All participants, without exception, are expected to abide by this virtual events code of conduct across any and all technologies used to execute a CVSA virtual event. All participants must comply with the instructions of the host(s), moderator and CVSA staff. CVSA has a zero-tolerance policy for any form of discrimination or harassment by participants.
Examples of unacceptable behavior are:
- Unauthorized sharing of login credentials with another user, including unregistered users
- Recording, copying and/or sharing of any media, including screenshots
- Engaging in unsafe practices while participating in a virtual event, such as driving a car
- Harassment, disrespect, intimidation or discrimination in any form
- Verbal or written abuse of any participant, including, but not limited to, comments related to race, color, ethnicity, age, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, etc.
- Sharing inappropriate, nude and/or sexual images
- Threatening or stalking a participant
To report an incident of unacceptable behavior, please contact CVSA Executive Director Collin Mooney or CVSA Deputy Executive Director Adrienne Gildea. CVSA reserves the right to take any action deemed necessary and appropriate, including immediate removal from the meeting without warning or refund, in response to any incident of unacceptable behavior. CVSA may also, at its discretion, prohibit attendance at any future meeting, virtually or in person.
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If you have any questions, contact Fatigue Management Program Specialist Rodolfo Giacoman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-998-1830.