It’s easy to view a new process or technology as an all-or-nothing strategic move, but that’s not how remote driver training, for example, should be considered.
“Don’t think of online training as something separate,” said Jane Jazrawy, co-founder and chief executive officer of CarriersEdge. “What you want to do is think of training as training. When you do regular training, you always have an end goal: You want people to change their behavior by learning a new skill or process.”
There is training that fits better into a remote model than a classroom model and there’s training that is better served in a classroom. With the world socially distancing, remote training offers an opportunity to stay connected with your mobile workforce and focus on the best practices that keep your trucks rolling safely and productively.
I connected with Jane to talk about what training best fits remote driver training, how to maintain high quality training standards and reinforce behavior when you’re back in the classroom. Watch the video above.
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