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Driving Dynamics Names Manager of Simulation Training Services

September 30, 2016 - Press Release

Driving Dynamics, Inc., a provider of advanced performance driver safety training and risk management services to fleet-based organizations, announced that Michael Griffin has joined the company in a newly created position as manager, simulation training services.

In this new role, Griffin will report to Art Liggio, president, and collaborate with training services and sales leadership to leverage his expertise to develop and deliver safety courses, grow market share for instructor-led simulator training and provide ongoing support and service to Driving Dynamics clients.

Griffin comes to Driving Dynamics from D.P. Associates (DPA) based in Arlington, Texas, which engages in the analysis, development, and implementation of training systems. During his eight-year tenure at DPA, a division of Fortune 500 L-3 Communications Corporation, he produced and delivered driver safety simulation training programs to fleet operators around the globe. 


Prior to that, Griffin was the premier simulation trainer with TMC Transportation headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, where he first successfully applied adult learning concepts to simulation scenario development for the trucking industry.

“I’m excited to have Mike Griffin join our management team, a consummate safety professional with immense simulator knowledge and focus on innovation,” said Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics president. “Introducing high-quality simulator-based training to fleets marks a significant expansion of our services and Mike brings the right blend of skills and talent to help us manage this initiative and achieve our goals.”

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