Applications are now being accepted for participation in the Safe Routes to School National Course Instructor Training, to be held April 29 – May 2, 2013 in Ontario, CA.  Up to 12 individuals may be selected.

Since 2004, the Safe Routes to School National Course has been taught throughout the country by instructors trained by the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center and the National Center for Safe Routes to School. This round of instructor training seeks to help meet demand and enable more communities to receive the Course. Training participants receive all Course materials including PowerPoint presentations, detailed speaker notes, handouts and planning resources.

Registration fee is $2,500, which includes expenses for training delivery, materials and travel between the hotel and off-site locations. No profit is earned from the registration fee. For those who would otherwise be unable to attend, the National Center for Safe Routes to School has designated funds for up to three $1,000 subsidies (registration cost of $1,500) and up to two registrations for no charge. See the application for more information on qualifications.

For more information, see the Call For Applications pdf.

To submit an application, go to our Survey Money application.

Applications will be accepted until Friday February 22nd and all applicants will be notified of selection status by March 4th. Participants are expected to confirm their attendance by March 15th.

If you have additional questions, please email dlambert at tooledesign dot com.