Happy holidays to you from ITI! It's been a crazy year, and so we figured a little holly jolly spirit would help. You've been good all year, so enjoy the virtual treats!
Our 3D and production team has been working on a very special message for everyone. They just got back from a long trip "somewhere up north." While there, they recorded what they described as "The most magical logistics operation the world has never seen!"
So from all of your friends and family here at Instructional Technologies, we wish you a happy holiday season, and a very safe 2021!
It's the holiday season, with the whoop-dee-doo and hickory dock! Here's virtual backgrounds you can use on the clock!
With COVID still rolling, we're all spending more time in online meetings than ever before. So have a little fun by adding a virtual background. It's usually simple to do — just follow the directions for Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, WebEx, or GoToMeeting. (You might need to uncheck the "mirror my video" setting for some systems.)
Instructions: To download these video virtual backgrounds, click the text link beneath each video. From there, right-click and Save File As...
How well do you know winter driving safety? Try our multiple-choice winter driving safety quiz to test your knowledge and pick up useful safety stats you can share with drivers. Answer all ten questions and receive a free bonus download. (Yes, that's right, *another* gift! You must've been really good this year!)
The quiz is also a great source of winter driving tips and safety stats you can share with your drivers. If you use one question per week, that’s more than two months worth of winter safety messages.
Don't let crashes Scrooge your annual safety bonus. A small investment in driver safety training this winter can prevent expensive incidents.
Not sure what topics to cover? Download our free winter course guide. It's a great training plan template for your winter training period.
You spend a lot of time training drivers to watch out for snow, ice and bad weather in winter.
But believe it or not, most winter-related injuries happen while the vehicle is stopped – slipping on an icy patch, tripping on a sidewalk curb that's hidden by the snow, or overexerting cold muscles without warming up first.
Our printable poster covers the top 7 causes of winter-related injuries and include tips on how to prevent them.