Wednesday, March 30, 2011

EverSafe Driver Training in Spokane

Do your employees/drivers need to improve their driving awareness? Are your drivers accident claims getting out of control?

Evergreen Safety Council’s 2-day EverSafe Driving Instructor Certification in Spokane, WA can help!

EverSafe Driving Instructor Certification

About the Course: This two-day defensive driving course trains candidates to become EverSafe Driving Instructors. Training sessions emphasize the interaction of driver, equipment, and environment. Implementing policies, maintaining records, and supervisory techniques are also covered. Course fee covers instructor materials, continental breakfast and lunch.

Note: Certified instructors are required to purchase a participant guide for each person they train (one certification card is included with each participant guide), which start at $4.35 per guide. Some orders will qualify for a quantity discount. ESC members receive a discount on all book orders.

Location: Spokane, WA

Date: July 11-12, 2011

Course Fee: $415.00 Members of Evergreen Safety Council , $465.00 Non-Members

Registration: You can register for the EverSafe Driving Instructor Certification class by visiting our website and clicking on “Search/Register for Safety & Health Courses” or you can print a registration form and fax or email it to us.

We hope to hear from you soon!


  1. Our Executive Director Tom Odegaard recently visited with some of our Eastern Washington members. Each mentioned a desire for training on their side of the mountains.

    We are starting with our EverSafe Instructor class in Spokane. What other course would you like to see offered in Eastern Washington?

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