scouts-l Mail Archive for July of 2000: Re: 15 passenger vans
Jeff Melvin (jeff.melvin@REDCROSS.CA
Sat Jul 15 2000 - 11:14:48 CDT
Here in Canada we could go to a driving school. Usually they will supply a van, or they will at least tell you where you can go to get this course. I am sure that there is a few places that will do this. I took mine and it was about $400 (2 day course).
Hope this helps you out.
Jeff Melvin-Paramedic I
Canadian Red Cross
Field Assistant, First Aid Services
Eastern District/NB Region
>>> "William N. Dilla" <wdilla@IASTATE.EDU> 07/14 7:08 PM >>>
At 03:41 PM 07/14/2000 -0500, Jay Gause wrote:
>Where does one go for a special safety course on 15 passenger vans?
>Pack 1283 COR
>Troop 1283 Lay-Chaplain
>St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
>Houston, Texas USA
This is a very good question. I'm a faculty member at a fairly large state
university that occasionally offers courses to faculty and staff that might
be driving 15-passenger vans in the course of their duties. I imagine that
institutions with similar circumstances might do the same. As for where
anyone else might get such training, I'm not exactly sure.