The target audience is state/provincial agency Level VI CVSA-certified inspectors (Class I Members).
As specified in CVSA Operational Policy 6 – Inspector Certification, each U.S. state or Canadian province Level VI refresher trainer must attend the Level VI Train the Trainer Course every two years.
CVSA’s Operational Policy 4 – Inspector Training and Certification specifies that a Level VI CVSA-certified inspector must successfully complete eight hours of the Level VI refresher training within 24 months of completing his/her Basic Level VI Training Course or the inspector’s last Level VI refresher training. Refresher training is conducted by the person who successfully completed the Level VI Train the Trainer Course every two years. If an inspector/officer does not complete the above requirement, their certification will be suspended and in order to become re-certified, the inspector will have to successfully complete the Basic Level VI Training Course. An inspector must maintain their certification to conduct North American Standard Level I Inspections and North American Standard Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods Inspections.
The prerequisites for the Level VI Train the Trainer Course are certification in North American Standard Level I and General Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods Inspection and successful completion of an approved instructor development course.
To prepare for the Level VI Train the Trainer Course, it is strongly recommended that Level VI Train the Trainer students take the CVSA Class 7 Radioactive Materials Inspection for the Non-Level VI Inspector Course in advance. To access this online course, log into your CVSA member portal, click on “CVSA Learning” tab, then select “Hazmat.” If you need assistance navigating the portal, contact CVSA Learning Management System Specialist Wendy Smith.
Jurisdictions are responsible for their staff’s travel, hotel accommodations and per diem. CVSA will provide training materials.
- Monday, Aug. 9 – Travel day
- Tuesday, Aug. 10 – 8 a.m.-5 p.m. – Student pre-test and national instructor presentation; students’ modular assignments given
- Wednesday, Aug. 11 – 8 a.m.-5 p.m. – Student instruction
- Thursday, Aug. 12 – 8 a.m.-5 p.m. – Student instruction and subject matter test
- Friday, Aug. 13 – Travel day
What to Expect
All training materials will be provided, including student work books, the Level VI Out of Service Criteria and CVSA Level VI modular training program. During the course, the students will be required to provide training from an assigned Level VI training module to fellow students and the Level VI national instructor team and program director. Students will also be given a subject matter knowledge test. Train the Trainer instructor skills and subject matter knowledge will be evaluated.
Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square
75 East State Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
NOTE: Jurisdictions are responsible for their staff’s travel, hotel accommodations and per diem. CVSA will provide training materials.
Appropriate dress for the training course is business casual.
The average high temperature in August in Columbus, Ohio, is 84 degrees with an average low temperature of 62 degrees.
Consent to Use of Photographic Images
Registration and attendance at and participation in CVSA meetings and other activities – in-person or virtually – constitutes an agreement by the registrant to CVSA’s use and distribution of the registrant’s or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, and audiotapes of such events and activities.
If you have questions, or to find out who is Level VI CVSA certified in your state or if your Level VI refresher trainer is required to attend the Train the Trainer Course this year, contact CVSA Director of Level VI Inspection Program Carlisle Smith at 301-830-6147 or email@example.com.