This is very valuable video training that all truck lines need - Dan Case, President of OTA.
Texarkana, TX (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Vertical Alliance Group, Inc. (VAG) a leading supplier of online training and information solutions announced today that it has been accepted as a valued and endorsed partner of the Oklahoma Trucking Association (OTA). Vertical Alliance Group will be offering the affordable and easy to use Infinit-i™ web-based training solution to OTA members. Hundreds of trucking companies and other state trucking associations are already using and recommending Infinit-i for proactive CSA training, road side inspections, how to tackle rising fuel costs and much more.
Dan Case, President of the Oklahoma Trucking Association, said “This is very valuable video training that all truck lines need for furthering their knowledge in the different trucking safety areas.”
Vertical Alliance Group is bringing the OTA membership exciting new online training programs to assist them in meeting their company goals. OTA has done the work for its members; training purchased through OTA is at already negotiated reduced pricing. The two programs offered to OTA members include the Preferred Supplier (51+ power units) and the Small Carrier Program (less than 50 power units). Both programs consist of online training as a value-add, low-cost alternative learning path offering more than 240 web-based training classes.
“We are very pleased to become a new endorsed partner of the Oklahoma Trucking Association,” said Blake Bauman, General Manager, Vertical Alliance Group. “I want to thank Mr. Brad Pruitt, Account Executive, VAG, for his efforts to expand our online safety training brands into Oklahoma. The ultimate goal is to make regional roadways a much safer place.”
“Working with the OTA is a great opportunity for VAG and OTA members. We can now help OTA members within our fleet and warehouse/terminal member companies to improve safety, compliance with CSA, employee development and reduce costs resulting in more efficient operations, less downtime and increased operating income,” said Mr. Pruitt.
VAG is constantly updating and adding content to align with the changing transportation industry landscape. An extra value for OTA members, a new Infinit-i online training series was recently released to help carriers reduce turnover rates and new hire costs. Working with industry famous consultant, Mr. Dan Baker, VAG now offers the optional new Dan Baker “Dispatcher and Driver Relationships Curriculum” series; specific training designed to improve the relationships between dispatchers and drivers with an end result of improving driver retention.
Contact Mr. Brad Pruitt at 877-792-3866, ext. 102 (bpruitt(at)verticalag(dot)com) for more information.
About Vertical Alliance Group, Inc.
Vertical Alliance Group offers the affordable and easy to use Infinit-i™ web-based training and information solution. Currently, hundreds of transportation companies are using Infinit-i for proactive CSA training, road side inspections, how to tackle rising fuel costs and much more.
The new Dan Baker “Dispatcher/Driver Relationships Curriculum” is designed to improve working relationships between dispatchers and drivers with an end result of improving operations and driver retention. SafePUPIL™ addresses training and safety issues for pupil transportation. ASafeZone™ online training for the workplace, warehouse/terminal and distribution centers offers proactive safety and other employee training.
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About Oklahoma Trucking Association (OTA)
Today, the Oklahoma Trucking Association is composed of several hundred trucking companies that are as diverse in size, type and commodity transported as the economy they help fuel. That motor carrier core is complimented by a strong membership of allied organizations. Together, they form a strong, cohesive voice to protect and promote the industry and its interests. Trucks move Oklahoma and America today. The 9 million professionals employed by this dynamic industry are ready for the new millennium and eager for the challenges down the road (http://www.oktrucking.org).