Another reason why you should sign up for the National Center’s Native Edge.

Do you have HAZMAT experience? Would you like to be an instructor?

The Dangerous Goods Trainers Association is offering free hazardous material instructor training at multiple locations across the U.S. and the target audience includes Native Americans.

The focus of the training is to provide introductory Instructional Technology Skills (IT) with an “Instructor Tool Kit” for graduates to be able to train more individuals in HAZMAT Transportation.

DGTA, a non-profit organization, is the recipient of the 2015 US DOT Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) Hazardous Material Instructor Training (HMIT) grant award.

For more information, a schedule, and how to participate, login to your Native Edge profile and browse the Edge Feed for multiple posts by member Raymond Davis.

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