PASS Trainer Class

Dec. 4-6

Location: Cherry Hill, N.J.

The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and the Easton Coach Company present: Passenger Assistance Safety and Sensitivity (PASS) Train the Trainer Certification Workshop held in Cherry Hill, N.J.

The (PASS) Driver Certification Program ensures that community transportation drivers have current expertise in passenger assistance techniques and sensitivity skills appropriate for serving persons with disabilities.

Dates and Times

Dec. 4-6
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Training Location

Easton Coach Company
1941 Old Cuthbert Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

Questions for local info: For questions regarding local information, contact Grant Holsinger with Easton Coach Company at 609-437-3011


  • PASS Trainer Certification registration fee: $500
  • PASS Trainer Re-certification registration fee: $75 (attend Dec. 6 only)

Must hold current (PASS) Trainer certification to attend day three of trainer workshop

To pay registration fee by company check, trainee must submit registration form. Please contact CTAA training department via email at to request a form. Advance payment required.

**All Participants will be responsible for all other expenses (i.e. transportation, hotel, and meals).

Advance registrations required. NO Walk-ins!


Hotel Accommodation

Residence Inn
1841 Old Cuthbert Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Rates subject to availability

Holiday Inn
2175 Marlton Pike West
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Rates subject to availability

Nearest Airport


Philadelphia Airport (PHL) (30 min away)

To be trained and certified as a PASS Trainer, you must attend all three days of training and pass the exam!

For additional questions and inquiries contact
CTAA Professional Development Services
ATTN: Stephanee Smith
1341 G Street, NW, Suite 250
Washington, DC 20005
Toll Free: 800-891-0590 x740

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The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.