The roads and their rules are ever-changing and the safety and technology employed in today’s vehicles is vast, compared to a few years back.
If all of these are changing, are we as drivers keeping pace?
The likelihood is that most people learn to drive at or around 17, pass a test then spend the next few decades on a journey of guided discovery. It’s estimated for example that just 3% of drivers have had any form of formal motorway training.
A wise investment for any business should be to monitor driver performance and signpost any high-risk drivers to an appropriate form of driver coaching.
Through my network of partners, I am able to facilitate the following training for drivers of cars, vans and minibusses:
- Eco-safe driver coaching
- Post-collision confidence building courses
- UK driver familiarisation for non-UK drivers
- Van driver familiarisation courses
- Minibus driver assessment and training
- Driver assessment (pre-employment driving assessment)