PASS Train the Trainer Certification

Canton, Ga.
March 2-3

The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and the Cherokee Area Transportation System (CATS)present Passenger Service and Safety (PASS) Train the Trainer Certification.

The Passenger Service and Safety (PASS) Trainer Certification Program ensures that community transportation trainers have current expertise in passenger assistance, techniques, sensitivity skills, bus evacuation knowledge and skills in order to train drivers to serve persons with disabilities.

Dates and Times

March 2-3
8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Training Location

Warluskee Room at Cherokee
Conference Center at the Bluffs
1130 Bluffs Pkwy
Canton, GA 30114

Questions for local info

For questions regarding local information, Greg Powell, CATS at 770-345-6238 or via email at


PASS Trainer certification registration fee: $600 (Credit Card Payments Only)

To be trained and certified as a PASS Trainer, trainee must complete two prerequisite online courses before you attend the in-person PASS Training course

  • PASS Basic 7.0 (four hour online self-paced course)
  • Techniques for Training PASS (two-hour online course)

After registering, you will receive instructions via email within 48 hours that will include course content and access links for prerequisites training. After the trainee attends the two-day in person PASS Trainer course, the trainee must pass the certification examination.

Hotel Accommodation

Comfort Inn Suites
713 Transit Ave.
Canton, GA 30114
Phone: (770) 479-7300
1.7 miles from training site

Country Inn Suites
705 Transit Ave.
Canton, GA 30114
Phone: (770) 345-6800
1.7 miles from training site

Hampton Inn
710 Transit Ave.
Canton, GA 30114
Phone: (770) 345-7400
1.7 miles from training site

Closest Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

For additional questions and inquiries contact

CTAA Professional Development Services
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.