2017-2018 Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Program

The 2017-2018 class schedule will launch in August 2017.

These classes are developed specifically in a “Train-the-Trainer” format and are designed to help you become a trainer per CFR 49 172.704. Whether you’re currently a trainer or hoping to add this responsibility to your arsenal, these classes were designed with you in mind!

We provide you with expert guidance (our trainers are industry leaders) with real-world experience. They are also very accomplished educators who make the complicated regulations easy to understand and they’ll teach you to do the same.

We’ll even provide you with regulation books, handouts, PowerPoint’s quizzes, videos, online training and our most popular online trivia and testing resource – HAZMANIA!™. Best of all, your tuition to each class is paid for by a Federal grant. Classroom attendance costs you nothing, but you must pre-register by selecting a class below:

Attend 1 or all 3 FREE Training Class and Learn:

Best Practices in Teaching Technical Subjects: One-day Duration

Maybe you’re an expert in the 49 CFR regulations but you’re looking for easy-to-implement techniques to become a better trainer. Well this one-day class is for you! This is not a technical, regulation based class but instead a full day of expert training ideas that will make you more comfortable in front of the room and will help ensure your students retain the valuable information you share with them.

Hazardous Materials Instructor Trainer Class: Two-day Duration

Our most popular train-the-trainer class returns! Join us for two intense days of learning from the best hazardous materials trainers around! In this class you’ll learn about U.S. regulations that apply to the packaging and transportation of hazardous materials, but more importantly you’ll learn how to easily teach these complicated regulations to your audience. These classes fill up quickly, so register now!

Three Day HAZMAT Prep & Response Class - Beyond the Awareness Level

HAZMAT emergency preparation and response can be a fast and fluid challenge. During this three-day train-the-trainer class, we will start with the basics including HAZMAT terminology, proper selection and use of PPE, all with the goal to enable students to teach others. What is involved in writing plans, fit testing respirators or selecting the right level of protection? Bring your cameras and get out of your seats as this will be a fun, interactive, hands on class. DOT requires that those who handle, package and transport Hazardous Materials can explain potential problems to First Responders with a goal of limiting the emergency event. Join us for this class and we’ll teach you how to do that and much more!”