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BEHIND-THE-WHEEL EVALUATIONS
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Observation, Measurement, and
Documentation
• Types of skills evaluated
• Feedback
• Types of evaluations
• Etiquette
• Evaluation forms
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EVALUATION ELEMENTS
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EVALUATION ELEMENTS
• Observation
• Measurement
• Documentation
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EVALUATION ELEMENTS
OBSERVE the SKILLS
• Pre Trip
• Driving Skills
• Eight-Lights
• Load/Unload
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EVALUATION ELEMENTS
OBSERVE the SKILLS
• Students
• Railgrade crossings
• Post trip
• Route management
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EVALUATION ELEMENTS
MEASURE the SKILLS
• Meets expectations
• Exceeds expectations
• Needs improvement
• Satisfactory
• Unsatisfactory
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EVALUATION ELEMENTS
DOCUMENT the OBSERVATION
• Rate skills based on criteria
• Provide feedback
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PROVIDE FEEDBACK
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PROVIDE FEEDBACK
Know your
district’s requirements
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PROVIDE FEEDBACK
GUIDELINES:
• Use factual statements
• Acknowledge
• Be conservative
• Word carefully
• Be explicit - Be honest
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PROVIDE FEEDBACK
STATEMENTS to AVOID:
• “I” statements
• Superlatives
• Surprising Information
• Exaggerations
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TYPES OF EVALUATIONS
• Training
Pre-Hire
• Pre-Hire
• Probation
• Annual
• Post Accident/Skill Review
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EVALUATOR ETIQUETTE
• Assure the driver
• Share criteria
• Observe skills
• Don’t distract
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EVALUATOR ETIQUETTE
DURING SKILL REVIEW
• Direct the driver
• Verbalize maneuvers
• Be skilled
• Be knowledgeable
• Be confident
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EVALUATION FORMS
• Be thorough
• Make sure it works
• Involve others
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SUMMARY
• Observe, Measure & Document
• Evaluate skills
• Give feedback
• Know your objectives
• Use evaluation forms properly
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EVALUATION
1. Name the three main elements of a
behind-the-wheel evaluation:
• Observation
• Measurement
• Documentation
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EVALUATION
2. Name seven skills which can be
measured through an evaluation:
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Pre trip inspections
General driving skills
Eight light system- student load/ unload
Student management techniques
Railgrade crossing procedures
Post trip inspections
Route management
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EVALUATION
3. Name five types of evaluations:
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Training
Pre-hire
Probation
Annual
Post accident / skill review
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EVALUATION
4. Give four examples of proper evaluator
etiquette:
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Help to succeed
Share skill criteria
Refrain from distracting
Be clear with directions
Be credible and knowledgeable
Review evaluation results
Allow for driver feedback
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EVALUATION
5. Describe the first step to take if you
wish to change an evaluation form:
• Discuss the evaluation form with your
supervisor.
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THE END
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