"The Standard for Vehicle Specific Training"

Flexible • Comprehensive • Effective • Reasonably Priced

Please send all orders, tests, checks and all other correspondence to our new address: P.O. Box 760   Parker, CO  80134-0760. 

To view and order our Coaching Series® programs, search under the catalog tab above.

About Coaching Systems

Coaching Systems®, LLC specializes in the production of video, self-instruction and online driver safety programs. Comprehensive, flexible, reasonably priced, and easy-to-present, CS's Coaching Series® has gained acceptance as the standard for vehicle-specific training, and its programs are used and recommended by safety, loss control and risk management professionals nationwide. Since the first Coaching® program was introduced in 1983, over 30 million operators/drivers have been trained in CS's non-lecture coaching presentation style — an approach proven ideal for adult, experienced drivers.

CS' Coaching Series® features programs for drivers/operators of lift trucks, cars, vans, buses (school, transit & motor coach), trucks (18-wheel, straight, pick-up, utility, tow, beverage, pest control, route sales, ready-mixed concrete, snowplow, & refuse), and public works, police, fire and ambulance vehicles. It also includes single-topic videos on specific driving issues such as backing, parking, low visibility, road rage, carjacking and winter driving.

Featured Programs

CEVO 4®: Ambulance

First introduced in the early 90's, the Coaching the Emergency Vehicle Operator™ (CEVO) courses for ambulance, fire and police personnel quickly became accepted as standards in driver training for these fields. Since then, over 500,000 emergency professionals have been trained with the CEVO™ programs.

Course Sessions Overview:

Coaching The Van Driver™: 4

Many organizations mistakenly assume that van driving is no different than driving a personal car, and they expect their employees (or volunteers) to assume van-driving responsibilities without any training. The fact is that most commercial vans are very different than passenger cars. They are bigger, heavier, have larger blind spots, and require longer following and stopping distances.