Training & Services 2022-04-03T10:56:16-04:00

Alive at 25

Alive at 25 is a highly effective four-hour course that serves as an excellent complement to standard driver education programs.  Participants in the Alive at 25 class will learn the negative effects and dangers associated with speeding, distractions, peer pressure, and driver inexperience.  Topics discussed include, but are not limited to, current state laws related to speeding, impaired driving, seatbelt usage, and cell phone use to include texting. 

Vehicle crashes are the #1 cause of death for people between the ages of 16 and 24, and young drivers are at greater risk of being involved in a crash.  Crash avoidance is key when attempting to limit financial exposure and reduce liability.  Our dynamic and experienced instructors make us uniquely qualified to discuss and instruct on a variety of traffic safety topics.  Train with us and learn for yourself the difference experience makes. Simply visit Aliveat25.com to register for a class.

Project Responsibility

Project Responsibility is a three-hour class that has a prosecution, law enforcement, and educational component. The class teaches underage offenders, and those charged with providing alcoholic beverages to minors, the possible consequences associated with their actions.

There are two types of individuals commonly referred to Project Responsibility. The first is anyone under the age of 21 who has been charged with any of the following offenses: unlawful possession of an alcoholic beverage, unlawfully dealing with a child, possession of a fake or fictitious license, or anyone under 25 years old charged with DWI or DWAI. The second typical referral is any adult charged with providing alcoholic beverages to minors at a private residence.

Persons who are charged with selling alcohol to minors from a licensed commercial establishment are advised to attend a Responsible Server Training Class that is also provided by Traffic Safety Research.

Classes are now being held virtually.

Project Responsibility class is held virtually from 6PM – 9PM on selected dates.  Attendees are required to pre-pay the $100.00 admission fee before being allowed to attend the class which is held via Zoom.  Attendees will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training session. All attendees MUST pre-register for Project Responsibility by calling 315-750-0035.

**Schedule is subject to change**

Give us a call to schedule training.

Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors

This 2.5-hour course provides attendees with the basic knowledge and skills needed to determine whether reasonable suspicion exists to require an employee to undergo drug testing. The training meets the requirements of 49 CFR Part 40.

The training will cover the physical, behavioral, speech, and performance indicators associated with probable alcohol misuse and use of controlled substances.

The course is instructed by a nationally certified drug recognition expert who has instructed over 1000 classes to more than 25,000 people.

NYS Liquor Authority Approved ATAP Course

This three hour course provides the necessary information to help prevent attendees from making an illegal sale of alcoholic beverages to minors, visibly intoxicated persons, and habitual drunkards. The course discusses the best practices and policies to avoid making costly mistakes, and teaches attendees how to identify fake or altered  identifications.  The course will provide attendees with any legal updates that can effect the way business is conducted.

Recognizing Impaired Persons Training

The Recognizing Impaired Persons course teaches attendees the signs and symptoms of probable alcohol misuse, and the signs and symptoms of probable drug use.

This four hour course provides attendees with the basic knowledge and skills needed to identify, document, and communicate their observations of persons who appear to be impaired.

This course will cover the physical, behavioral, speech, and performance indicators associated with probable alcohol misuse and/or drug use. In addition, attendees will learn the most commonly abused drug categories, current trends, and common methods of use.