Free CDL Webcasts in 2012
The National Judicial College and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) are partnering to provide six fifty-minute free webcasts in 2012. The webcasts will focus on different aspects of FMCSA regulation of Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) issues. These webcasts are aimed at judges, judicial officers, and administrative law judges who hear traffic and driver licensing issues.
The first webcast in the series, CDL: What Constitutes a Conviction, will be held on February 28, 2012 at 12:00pm to 12:50pm Pacific (3:00pm to 3:50pm Eastern). This webcast will focus on understanding what types of traffic related fines, sentences, decisions, etc. are convictions under the FMCSA regulations governing CDL holders. Register for the CDL: What Constitutes a Conviction free webcast.
Dates, times and subject matter for the remaining five webcasts in the series will be announced in the coming months. Please look for details in future correspondences from the NJC. The information on future CDL webcasts, as well as information on CDL related NJC courses, will also be posted on NJC’s Commercial Driver’s Licensing Laws Resources for Judges website as soon as the details of those webcasts and courses are finalized.
Please contact NJC Program Attorney John Newell if you have any questions about the NJC’s CDL webcasts and courses in 2012.