CAR and VAN CERTIFICATION STEPS
Students must first register for and complete an on-line test required by Public Safety to drive both cars and vans for the University.
To register for your account to access the online training, you will need to go to http://lms.s2learning.com/login/signup.php?cohort=Princeton University
Once you are registered for the training, you will go to http://lms.s2learning.com/login/index.php to log in and take the training. You will need to disable any pop-up blockers to review your content.
For technical assistance please contact Melissa Weaver email@example.com
Next, bring a printout of the test score certificate to the Pace Center in Frist 201Dalong with a valid Driver's License during car certification hours.* While at Pace, you will both complete a Driver History Questionnaire and watch an 11-minute safety video.
* Car Certification Hours:
- Monday - 9:15am – 11:00am
- Tuesday - 3:00pm – 4:45pm
- Thursday – 3:00pm – 4:45pm
Contact Sue Braun at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Why become Van Certified?
Being Van Certified gives you an edge in obtaining a Pace Center vehicle when the weekly schedule gets very hectic, especially on Friday afternoons. We don’t have giant cargo vans; only Mini-Vans.Van Certifications are administered through Public Safety. You must access their scheduling system to arrange a road test:------Use only Mozilla Firefox to access the Van Certification schedulingsystem (see #3 here: http://web.princeton.edu/sites/publicsafety/FleetSafety.htm)
VAN ROAD TESTING – please read!
*ALL EMTs and EMT Trainees are REQUIRED by the Pace Center to take a Behind-the-Wheel Van road test even if you plan on taking a car alone to your shift.
*RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE ONE-TIME SERVICE PROJECTS:
You will likely need 2 van drivers, and will need to complete all steps including the Van road test. You and your college administrator will also need to sign a liability form available through the Pace Center.
*WEEKLY SERVICE PROJECTS:
If you are transporting 5 or more student volunteers at one time, we need for at least one of those volunteers to be road tested. A project whose volunteers are van road tested will have full access to all vehicles in our fleet. The Pace Center fleet becomes much more limited to you with only the ability to drive a car, as vans comprise about 50% of the entire fleet.
Van Road Tests are administered through Public Safety. You must access their scheduling system to arrange a road test:
SCROLL to #3 to use the WASS system to schedule a test – the road test takes 30 minutes and students will meet the instructor at Public Safety, 200 Elm Drive or as otherwise instructed.
PLEASE NOTE: Pace Center vehicles are used only for regular weekly community service projects recognized by the Pace Center. If you are unsure if your volunteer project qualifies, please e-mail email@example.com