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PAX Training Launches App For Chauffeurs

Posted on July 25, 2017
PAX Training's developer and owner, Bruce Heinrich (photo courtesy of PAX)
PAX Training's developer and owner, Bruce Heinrich (photo courtesy of PAX)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. --- PAX Training, an industry provider of certified, chauffeur training, announced the release of both the iOS and Android versions of their app to all member companies in the U.S. and worldwide. The app allows operators to easily train, test, and certify their chauffeurs, anywhere at anytime.

With the new app, each chauffeur will have 24/7/365 access to all of their training information. They can quickly refer to company specific procedures, client protocols, or complete the weekly ongoing training courses in between trips or while waiting at the airport. To learn how your company can benefit from PAX Training, visit: paxtraining.com

PAX Training module pyramid (graphic from PAX)
PAX Training module pyramid (graphic from PAX)
About PAX Training
In Latin, PAX means Peace. PAX Training is a simple and effective on-line solution to train, test, and certify your chauffeurs with the industry’s best practices and an individual company’s custom content. Chauffeurs receive training in all aspects of chauffeuring with specific courses highlighting customer service, professional presentation, and driving safety. PAX also provides weekly training to keep them sharp and engaged.

Operators save time and money using PAX to consistently train their chauffeurs, attain affiliate work, find new affiliates, and advertise their professional team of chauffeurs to new and existing clients.

PAX Training was developed and is owned by Bruce Heinrich, the CEO and founder of LEADER Worldwide in Kansas City, Mo.

To learn more about PAX: PAXTraining.com. Find PAX member companies at PAXVerify.com

Source: PAX Training press release

Related Topics: Bruce Heinrich, chauffeur behavior, chauffeur training, driver training, etiquette, Kansas operators, Missouri operators, PAX

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