Continuing professional development: Driver training

Resources for training

Below is a sample list of organizations with training resources:

911 Driving School

BTW instruction tune-up sessions, Presentation Technique, Reality Check (collision avoidance training) as a driver, and Drive Route Development

AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

Online courses: Driver Improvement, Driving, and Defensive Driving

American Traffic Safety Services Association

American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association

American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)

AAMVA Headquarters

Central Washington University

Endorsement courses: Driver Task Analysis, Teaching Traffic Safety Education, Principles of Accident Prevention, and Safety Program Supervision

Chemeketa Driver Education

Evergreen Safety Council

  • Phone: 206.382.4090 or 800.521.0778
  • Website: www.esc.org

Governors Highway Safety Association

Idaho Department of Transportation

International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

National Organizations for Youth Safety

National Road Safety Foundation

National Safety Council

Network of Employers for Traffic Safety

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)

Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)

Safe driving for seniors

SWERVE Driving School

BTW instruction tune-up sessions, Presentation Technique, Reality Check (collision avoidance training) as a driver, and Drive Route Development

Transportation Safety Institute

United States Department of Transportation

  • Phone: 405.954.3682 or 800.858.2107
  • Fax: 405.954.0367
  • Website: www.dot.gov

Washington State Department of Licensing

Washington State Department of Transportation

Key transportation acts, transportation plans, route development, and trends.

Washington State Patrol

Washington Traffic Safety Commission

Washington Traffic Safety Education Association (WTSEA)

Western Oregon University

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