Ambulance Driver Training Course - Classroom
What is CEVO 4: Ambulance?
A classroom Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) for ambulance operators
Proven discussion and participation based "Coaching" method of training
- Key defensive driving concepts including: vehicle inspection and characteristics, SCC (Scanning, Cushion of Safety, Communicating), emergency and non-emergency driving in various environments, and other special considerations such as backing and driving in adverse weather
- Video presentation featuring operator point of view and real traffic situations (available on DVD, USB, or Streaming)
Why use CEVO 4: Ambulance?
Collision prevention and reduction
Risk management and liability protection
Onboarding training for new hires and refresher training for experienced operators
Compliments and works well with current NHTSA requirements for an EVOC course
Over 1 million emergency vehicle operators trained worldwide since 1998
How does CEVO 4: Ambulance work?
For our ambulance driver course, instructors use the fully scripted Instructor's Guide to conduct step-by-step class presentations that include video, follow-up questions, traffic diagram analysis, and group discussion
The training takes 4-6 hours to complete
Each instructor needs an Instructor Kit to implement the training
Each student needs one Response Book to write answers to session questions, analyze situations for group discussion, and complete the final test and answer sheet - which will be mailed in for grading
A computer-scored Final Test (included in the Response Book) is sent to Coaching Systems for grading - those who score 80% or higher receive a CEVO certificate and a CEVO Ambulance recognition patch (at no additional cost)