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Assessing and Evaluating School Bus Driver Records



Texas Transportation Code 521.022, Restrictions on Operators of Certain School Buses, requires each employer, at least once every twelve months to review the driving record of each school bus driver it employs to determine whether that school bus driver meets minimum requirements according to the School Bus Driver's Driving Record Evaluation. In determining a person's eligibility to drive a school bus, any person who has accumulated ten or more penalty points shall be considered ineligible to transport students until such time as he/she may become qualified. This course is designed to teach a person how to request the driving record from the Department of Public Safety, including what to look for on the record and how to score points according to the Penalty Point System.

Important Session Information:



The Texas Association for Pupil Transportation (TAPT) has approved this online curriculum as one of its Professional Certification and Training Programs. To receive credit for TAPT Professional Certification please forward your certificate of completion of the Transportation #27.5 Assessing & Evaluating Driver Records course and $25 to Marisa Weisinger at the Texas Association for Pupil Transportation, PO Box 488, Kemah, Texas 77565. Once registered, you will receive an email. At the top of the email click on "Manage Your Account" to access the session. Then click on the "Online Session" tab.
Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
1335435
Credits Available:
(3) Clock Hours
Contact Person:
Virginia French


Registration Fee:
$20.00
Audience:
Bus Driver Instructor, Bus Drivers, Transportation Administrators
Subscription Length Location
30 Days Online



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