What is training? Is it getting people to do the right job at the right time for the right reason? That’s leadership. If you’re tasked with training the people in your company, you’ve been chosen for the most important role. Trainers are leaders of the hearts, minds and bodies responsible for moving the business forward. And as a leader, you need to pick the best online fleet driver training to multiply your impact.
ITI specializes in training for the road. We're best known for our online truck driver training. But we also offer defensive driving options for straight-truck drivers, delivery vans, work trucks and sedan drivers.
The values for each stay the same for all our fleet driver training: vigilance, patience, professionalism.
The key to a well-run company? People who know what they’re supposed to do, and are motivated to do it. Custom training ensures your people know the secret sauce. And by virtue of having such good training, they’re more motivated because the quality shows they’re on a winning team.
If you operate in one of the specialized segments in our industry, you know that generalized training doesn’t cut it. You need to work with a company who knows fleet training inside and out.
In a word, effectiveness. ITI has been chosen for online fleet driver training over the past 20 years by companies who see that well-trained employees perform better. So what makes our training better than another company’s? Talking heads, clip art, and PowerPoint do not make good training. ITI’s training provides real-world advice in easy-to-understand language and shows exactly what to do.
“Beyond high-quality training content, the value we get from ITI is that its approach to training has become a cultural focal point that helps keep everyone engaged in improving safety. ITI, as a key part of our safety programs, has helped us reduce incidents and make tremendous progress in safety improvement.”Bill Woolsey, Former VP of EH&S, Pilot Thomas Logistics
While ITI started in transportation, we quickly added OSHA training for those who work in the areas served by trucks: warehouses, loading docks, parking lots and retail. This includes safe lifting, box cutting, loading and unloading, and forklift operations. And we’re constantly adding more courses as logistics become more complicated and automated.