How is the STOP Program different than other programs?
–STOP is completely online and is available 24/7 and takes about an hour and a half to complete. Each course is priced to include all lessons. We do not charge for individual lessons in each course.
How much time does STOP take?
-Each lesson take approximately 5-7 minutes to complete. Each course has between 14 and 19 lessons each.
How difficult is STOP to implement?
–STOP is designed to be user friendly with a 3-step process for your drivers to begin training. With STOP being internet based, it is always available. The courses only take about an hour and a half to complete. All of these factors make STOP easy to implement.
What web browser works best?
-We recommend using Google Chrome or FireFox.
How do I sign up?
-Go to “Courses” section to select your course and number of drivers, add to cart, fill in billing information, accept terms and conditions, and submit order.
I purchased the program for my company, how do I begin my course?
-Log in to your account, click on the “My Courses” section, and begin your course.
When can my drivers begin their training?
-The STOP Program is available to your divers as soon as it is purchased.
How do my drivers begin their training?
-When you purchase the program for your company, you will be issued a code. Your drivers will log in under the “Driver” page and enter the code to begin the program.
Do I need to add all of my drivers to the “Dashboard”?
-No, your drivers will be available in your “Dashboard” once they create their account and begin their training using the code unique to your company’s purchase.
How do I view my drivers progress?
-Under the “My Account” tab, scroll to the bottom. The last section is the “Control Panel”. The “Dashboard” link is found there.
Can i get a refund?
-The STOP Program is committed to our client’s satisfaction.
Our refund policy is as follows:
Once a driver has been registered and/or a course has been started, no refunds are available.
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