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\r\n\r\nJames Brown and Ashley Curry at El Paseo Transportation in San Jose, California successfully graduated all 91 of their chauffeurs through the Safety TrainingOperators Program (STOP), according to a press release.\r\n\r\nEl Paseo learned about the STOP Program at a GCLA meeting and completed company-wide training of all drivers within 90 days, the release said.\r\n\r\nAccording to the program’s website, STOP is an online safety training program available 24/7, and it takes about an hour and a half to complete.\r\n\r\nAdditionally, Daniel Amado, Ashley Keys, and Marcos Gonzalez at Concierge Limousine in Huntington Beach, California successfully graduated all 16 of their chauffeurs through the STOP Program, according to the release.\r\n\r\n“Two things matter when learning: attention and memory,” Melinda S. Harper, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology, Queens University of Charlotte, said on the STOP program website. “Given the limited attention span of adults (an average of 5-10 minutes), how material is presented matters. By providing material in a concise and specific manner, the learner will likely retain more of the information. The streamlined approach of the STOP Program recognizes the value of this instructional style to maximize the consumer’s learning and retention of its material.”\r\n\r\nFor more information visit www.stop-program.com\r\n

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\r\n\r\nJames Brown and Ashley Curry at El Paseo Transportation in San Jose, California successfully graduated all 91 of their chauffeurs through the Safety TrainingOperators Program (STOP), according to a press release.\r\n\r\nEl Paseo learned about the STOP Program at a GCLA meeting and completed company-wide training of all drivers within...