Step One: Pass MISD Transportation level one performance qualification test. The test includes: Exiting out of the back door of the bus in 25 seconds, physically stepping through an opened emergency exit roof hatch and walking to a parked bus on the parking lot, and back on the second floor within three minutes.
Step Two: View all Transportation videos.
Step Three: Behind the wheel training with Transportation trainer - The training will take you five days (three hours each day)
NOTE: These six days of training are to prepare for your driver's license.
Day One: Transportation Orientation and wheel chair Training- 6hrs This class is only for Transportation employees (Drivers/Attendants). It is not applicable to MISD coaches.
Day Two: Bus Basics Orientation
Policies- (Dress code, cell phone, field trip paperwork, fueling , driving on the parking lot (amber/four way flasher usages, speed limits, CNG, child alarm system, camera system and accident procedure)
Bus orientation-( belt and whistle, mirrors, emergency equipment, bus log book)
Pre/Post-trip inspection (air brakes, inside and outside inspection, mirrors adjustment and danger zones.)
Day Three: Bus Maneuver
Recap pre/post trip
Legal turns (left and right turns)
Day Four: Railroad Crossing/Loading and Unloading
Recap pre/post trip, air brakes, turning radius, legal turns (left and right turns), tail Swing, parallel parking, backing
Loading and unloading
MISD performance test introduction
Day Five: MISD Transportation Level Two Performance Qualification Test
Recap pre/post trip, air brakes, turning radius, legal turns (left and right turns), tail swing, parallel parking, backing