Trainer Certification Programs

The quality of your company’s drivers and equipment operators can make the difference between high risk and high profits. But it all comes down to the quality of the people training them. With J. J. Keller’s Safe & Smart® Trainer Certification Programs, your staff will get the industry’s most in-depth, hands-on and company-specific instruction from our expert trainers—many with decades of driving experience.

Certified Trainer Badge

Our trainer certification programs will teach your trainers to use our online, classroom, range and road training methods combined with adult learning techniques to improve lesson retention. Not only will you gain effective professional trainers, you’ll be able to provide a career path for your veteran drivers.

For whatever types of vehicles or powered industrial trucks your business needs to provide training on, we’ll make sure they’re prepared to be professional, effective trainers. With our flexible scheduling and access to our regulatory experts, you’ll get the most cost-effective way to ensure the safety of your drivers and operators. And at any time, you can have J. J. Keller train your employees directly, too!

Trainer Certification Programs

Driver Trainer Certification

We'll transform your staff into highly-qualified trainers of CDL Class A and non-CDL drivers of vehicles ranging from…

  • Heavy-duty vehicle CDL class A
  • Light-duty non-CDL Class 3-8
  • Fleet vehicles
  • And more
ELDT Trainer Certification

Keep your company in compliance with the entry-level driving training (ELDT) rule by preparing your trainers to deliver our proprietary ELDT curriculum to new drivers, as well as those looking to earn their passenger or hazmat endorsement.

 

Yard Driver Trainer Certification

Moving a trailer to and from the dock is a vital link that must be done safely by skilled and qualified yard drivers. Let us teach your trainers to deliver the practical training these drivers need when moving trailers in the yard and on the road.

 

Forklift Trainer Certification

OSHA’s Powered Industrial Trucks Standard requires operators to undergo stringent initial training, evaluation and certification, with a reevaluation every three years. This program gives your trainers the skills needed to conduct that training in-house.

 

Get Ongoing Risk Mitigation with Year-Round Trainer Support!

Build the skills of your trainers all year long with our unique Trainer Certification Programs that deliver continuing support, including:

  • Risk assessment to identify safety and compliance gaps related to your current training program
  • Customized plan to mitigate that risk
  • Ongoing staff training and materials
  • Online training course assignments, including Corrective Action Training (CAT), for your trainees
  • Training material updates as needed
  • Virtual refresher training conducted annually
  • Onsite, full recertification training conducted as required
  • Unlimited access to J. J. Keller driver training and safety experts
  • Quarterly Training Health Checks to analyze your training effectiveness

Reduce Your Drivers’ Risk with Safe & Smart® Training

With J. J. Keller’s Safe & Smart® Training, you get our hands-on, holistic approach to preventing common violations and accidents.

Resources

What Does It Take To Become An Entry-Level Driver Training Instructor?

The top three questions related to the requirements for becoming an ELDT instructor are...

Forklift Safety and Training

So, you want to train your forklift operators in-house, instead of sending them out to the expensive third-party training facility. How would you go about setting up an in-house program?

Top Three Challenges to Developing an Effective Driver Training Program

A well-established training program, tailored to an operation's needs, is a key component of a motor carrier's safety program. A lack of customized training aimed at your operation's and drivers' specific needs can lead to accidents and incidents.

How Training Can Keep You Out of the Courtroom

According to research conducted by the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), between 2014 and 2019 there were nearly 300 cases against trucking fleets that resulted in awards of $1 million or more. So how does a motor carrier try to prevent accidents and, in turn, these staggering judgements?