Industrial and Workforce Training
Reduce collateral damage and save employee lives. For businesses and government agencies, including the military, that use 4-wheel drive vehicles in their operations. Training is done either at our location using hundreds of miles of 4WD roads in SE Utah, western Colorado, Arizona, or at your location.
Bill Burke creates custom-tailored 4-wheel drive safety programs and instructs commercial and government entities. The course is designed for managers and / or staff with emphasis on defining standards while teaching hands-on skills. One of the many objectives of the course is to radically reduce the driving accident rate by:
- Teaching optimum techniques & procedures for local conditions & hazards.
- Imparting criteria for selection & preparation of vehicles & equipment.
- Establishing optimum safety policies & procedures for both management & field teams.
Rates start at $1200/day. Night operational training available.50% deposit due at registration.
*Additional deposit may be required for use of our vehicles at the discretion of 4-Wheeling America.*
Call 970-858-3468 or email for more information.
Clients include: West Metro Denver Wildland Firefighters, Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI), U.S. Border Patrol, Toyota Technical Center, United States Geological Survey
(USGS), Department of Interior (DOI), Department of Energy (DOE), U.S. State
Department, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), U.S.
Forest Service (USFS), Joint Astronomy Center (Hilo, HI), mining companies.
Training can include correct off-road procedures, basic & advanced recovery techniques,
vehicle preparation, field repair, safety, and environmental awareness.
Every client we work with is different, so every program we offer is different.
“…the best off-road learning experience we’ve had so far. …especially appreciated the amount of personal attention…”
– Stephen Provost
Toyota Technical Center, Phoenix, AZ, 5/02
“…one of the most popular classes we present.”
Dee Lucas, USGS
Denver, CO, ’02