Webinars

Recorded: Training Staff for Safely Evacuating Students

What does your training program say about planning to evacuate students with disabilities? What about preschoolers? Do you train them at all? Does your training include the planning steps to be successfully prepared to evacuate their bus? Learn the steps each school bus operator should undertake toward developing a successful…

Recorded: Clean Air Vehicle Funding Sources

The director of East Bay Clean Cities Coalition and director of fleet services for the City of Oakland, California, will define the most common types of alternative fuel and clean air vehicle grants available for school bus and "white fleet" vehicles nationwide. Fresh off presenting at the STN EXPO, he…

Recorded: Heavy Lifting Methodology, Safety and Training for Student Transporters

The School Transportation Network webinar series returns June 24 as Doug Spiller, Rotary Lift's heavy duty product manager, discusses: the proper methodology for lifting every type of heavy-duty bus or truck; how to make good saddle and adapter choices; the importance of safety in operator and maintenance training, and; how…

Recorded: School Bus Stop Arm Enforcement Programs

Learn the benefits of entering into partnerships with law enforcement and the judicial system for prosecuting motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses. School districts experienced in working within their municipalities to make school bus stops safer for their students will share best practices as well as how these agreements…

Recorded: Mobile Resource Management Solutions Drive Safety & Efficiency

Learn how AT&T's mobile solutions with GPS technology are helping to make school transportation more efficient and safer during this free webinar. AT&T’s mobile resource management solutions go beyond basic vehicle tracking to include vehicle diagnostic reporting, driver-to-dispatch communication via Enhanced Push-to-Talk devices, driver time management, and more. Join Mobile…

Recorded: Learning Life Skills on the School Bus

School buses provides students with disabilities valuable travel training opportunities. Federal law requires that these students be provided with rides to and from school, and the yellow school bus is a vital part of educating those same children on how to rely on public, mass-transit services. The school bus teaches…

Recorded: 2013 FCC Narrowbanding Requirement

In one year, school districts and bus companies must have two-way radio systems that comply with an FCC requirement for a minimum narrowband of 12.5 kHz from the current requirement of 25 kHz. Learn why it is imperative to ensure compliance in advance of the Jan. 1, 2013 deadline and…