July 31, 2014

BusCon 2014 to offer sessions for motorcoach operators

BusCon 2014 will offer motorcoach operators dedicated education within its robust schedule. A highlight of the offerings includes “Understanding the FMCSA Management Cycle,” presented by the United Motorcoach Association and the Bus & Motorocoach Academy, taking place on Monday, Sept. 15, at 3:30pm.

This session will discuss the Safety Management Cycle — the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s signature tool behind its investigative process.

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Additional sessions from which motorcoach operators may benefit are: “Creating a Driver Training Program from Start to Finish;” “Saving Money with Efficient Tire Usage;” “Guiding Drivers to “Do it Right the First Time, Every Time” and “Finding the Money: How to Get Grant Funding.”

Motorcoach operators will also enjoy the keynote address, “The Mental Edge,” by Dr. Craig Manning, Olympic sports performance psychologist and the awards ceremony.

BusCon takes place September 15 to 17, 2014 with the exhibit hall open on September 16 and 17. Those who register by August 15 can save on a full conference pass or take advantage of a free exhibit hall only pass. More information can be found at www.BusConExpo.com.

 

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