Safety Center Trainings

The Safety Center training program is a multi-disciplinary, collaborative effort to accelerate knowledge transfer from training to implementation. The Safety Center has designed their work plan to include a variety of training methods (e.g., videos, webinars, in-person trainings, summits), topics, and audiences. To find out more, please see below.

Webinar Schedule

To register for upcoming Safety Center webinars, please view our Registration for Safety Center Trainings page. You can also sign up for our distribution list to receive email notifications.

Did you miss one of the Safety Center’s trainings? You can find the recordings and handouts from our trainings on our Archived Safety Center Trainings page.

In-Person Trainings

The Safety Center has 3 in-person trainings that are available upon request (request fulfillment subject to timing and budget availability at Center). More information about these trainings can be found here.

Training E-blasts

The Safety Center provides a compilation of upcoming rural road safety trainings and conferences from multiple sources to your inbox bi-weekly. To sign up, join our distribution list. Have a training event or conference you would like us to highlight? Then contact us at

The previous training e-blast archives can be found here:

Searching for a Particular Training?

Is there a specific rural safety topic you require training for? We can assist you in your search to see if a training currently exists.  

To request help, contact us at

Request a Training

Know that the Safety Center provides a specific training topic but you do not see it on our schedule…we can add you to our request list? Know of a rural safety topic without any existing trainings available…we can add it to our list of potential topics for new trainings.

To request a training, contact us at

Haven’t Received a Link for the Webinar you Registered for?

If you have not received a link to join us for a webinar you registered for, most likely your email system is blocking our automated emails sent through Constant Contact. To combat this problem, we are trying to now send emails with “deactivated” links in hopes they will not get blocked. However, you can also send this letter to your IT department. The letter provides instructions for how they can put our emails on the “safe list.”