The CVSA course concentrates on providing participants with the necessary skills to inspect their vehicles according to the CVSA Level 1 criteria used by licensed commercial vehicle inspectors and law enforcement.
CVIIC was developed specifically to assist private companies and organizations in analyzing the causes of motor vehicle collisions so that liability and/or financial responsibility can be determined. This critical analysis is part of a company’s incident management system. Incident management is the proactive process to a reactive event.
The course is focused on collisions regarding large (heavy) vehicles, but the foundation material and investigational techniques can be applied to any motor vehicle related incident. Actual case studies are “investigated” and analyzed throughout the course on both an individual and syndicate basis, to enhance the learning process.
The Advanced Driving Techniques (ADT) program has been developed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the driver’s knowledge, skills and abilities, vehicles dynamics, and how the environment influences drivers. A key focus for all Advantage Fleet Services Inc. (AFSI) training programs is to demonstrate to drivers that the majority of driving risks is not necessarily knowledge-based, but rather is related to the driver’s attitudes, motivation, and risk perception to engage in high-risk behaviours.
The Air Brake Refresher Course is 4 hours in length and provides an in-depth review of an air brake system, its components and how to troubleshoot basic defects generally identified in the pre-trip inspection. Stopping distances and vehicle dynamics related to braking are reviewed in detail. This program can also be targeted and client-specific.