Webinars

may

29

Entry-Level Driver Training: Compliance Guide Review

Hosted By

Nadia Speney Chair, CVTA's ELDT Pilot Program

Last week CVTA announced that the three-part Entry-Level Driver Training: Compliance Guide is now available online. We will be holding a series of webinars in the next few weeks to go over the material. The first webinar will be held May 29th at 11:30 a.m. Eastern.

If you wish to review the material before the webinar please login in to the "Member Login Portal" (available in the upper right-hand corner of our website) with your username and password at cvta.org, once you've logged in, go to the "ELDT" section located in the gray menu bar, which is just below the blue website menu bar. Once there you will find three downloadable PDF documents: ELDT Overview, ELDT Best Practices and ELDT Forms. Each of these documents contains valuable information, tailored to assist you in understanding the new rule and utilizing lessons learned during the CVTA ELDT Pilot Program.

may

22

“Want to Help Your Students with the Job Application Process”

Hosted By

Tenstreets, Marilyn Surber

Tenstreet will provide details on Tier One of Tenstreet for Schools that will enable truck driver training programs to transfer applications digitally, view pre-hire letters, access an interactive Driver Status Management Tool so schools can easily track all driver statuses across the hiring process, and enable real-time messaging between schools and carriers. Additional benefits of Tenstreet for Schools include application pre-population and improved tracking on their graduate-to-hire rate. Mark your calendars and join us on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 from 2-3pm ET for this webinar with presenter Marilyn Surber from Tenstreet. If you have any questions please contact Cindy Atwood, 703-642-9444 or ccatwood@cvta.org.

apr

3

AAMVA Seeks Feedback for CDL Test Update -April 3rd

Hosted By

Karen Morton, Program Director Driver Licensing, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators

The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators’ (AAMVA) Test Maintenance Subcommittee (TMS) is working on potential revisions of the Commercial Driver License (CDL) Test System.  To gain feedback from CVTA Members,  AAMVA has agreed to hold a webinar on the subject. This webinar is in response to a meeting that was held on February 5, 2019, with Industry Stakeholders to discuss the issue.  AAMVA is seeking feedback from various partners in evaluating the testing system.  This test modernization effort will ensure that CDL testing continually evolves to reflect changes in technologies, industry practices, jurisdictional needs, and driver competencies.  AAMVA also hopes the potential revisions may help address efficiency concerns in test administration while ensuring test validity and reliability. The webinar will focus on how the test may need to be modernized to maintain safety standards for entry-level drivers while keeping pace with vehicle technology that has dramatically changed since the current test system released in 2005. The webinar is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Eastern.  If you have any questions please  contact Cindy Atwood at, ccatwood@cvta.org or 703-642-9444.

mar

28

AAMVA Seeks Feedback for CDL Test Update

Hosted By

Karen Morton, Program Director Driver Licensing, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators

The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators’ (AAMVA) Test Maintenance Subcommittee (TMS) is working on potential revisions of the Commercial Driver License (CDL) Test System.  To gain feedback from CVTA Members,  AAMVA has agreed to hold a webinar on the subject. This webinar is in response to a meeting that was held on February 5, 2019, with Industry Stakeholders to discuss the issue.  AAMVA is seeking feedback from various partners in evaluating the testing system.  This test modernization effort will ensure that CDL testing continually evolves to reflect changes in technologies, industry practices, jurisdictional needs, and driver competencies.  AAMVA also hopes the potential revisions may help address efficiency concerns in test administration while ensuring test validity and reliability. The webinar will focus on how the test may need to be modernized to maintain safety standards for entry-level drivers while keeping pace with vehicle technology that has dramatically changed since the current test system released in 2005. The webinar is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Eastern.  If you have any questions please  contact Cindy Atwood at, ccatwood@cvta.org or 703-642-9444.