Laura McMillan

Laura is VP of training development at Instructional Technologies, Inc., an industry leader in safety training solutions. She is a seasoned practitioner with over 15 years of experience in the transportation-logistics industry. She has a BS in Business Management and an MA in Instructional System Design and Adult Learning. She has extensive experience with the analysis, design, development, deployment and evaluation of driver and non-driver training programs. She has a Class A-CDL and has served on the curriculum certification committee with the Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI). She served on the curriculum sub-committee as part of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) proposed rule for entry level driver training (ELDT). She currently serves on the Board of Governors of the National Private Truck Council (NPTC). She is an award winning instructional designer recognized by the American Society of Training and Development (ATD) and a frequent speaker at American Trucking Association (ATA) events.

Posts By Laura McMillan

Cut Hiring Lawsuits by Educating Drivers on the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse

There are many ways the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse (DAC) will impa...

Laura McMillan   |     12, Nov 2019

Improve Fuel Efficiency With Straight Truck Safety Training

Would you spend $5 a month to prevent a $335,000 accident claim? What ...

Laura McMillan   |     16, Oct 2019

Courses to Provide During Driver Orientation

Traditional new driver orientation training is insanely expensive - es...

Laura McMillan   |     09, Sep 2019

Truck Driver Fatigue Training Plan - Why Sleep Deprivation is as Dangerous as Drunk Driving

We all know drunk driving is criminally irresponsible, but many people...

Laura McMillan   |     12, Aug 2019

Top 10 Reasons to Get Started on ELDT Today

FMCSA has made it crystal clear: despite a partial delay with the Trai...

Laura McMillan   |     31, Jul 2019

Preventing Truck Rollovers and Reducing Liability

Rollovers don’t just happen they're almost always a result of mistakes...

Laura McMillan   |     29, Jul 2019

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