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Drive Alive secure a job in the sun

IT’S a tough job but someone’s got to do it. Driver development company Drive Alive has won a contract in the Caribbean.

The company, whose trainers are all former police officers and police instructors, will assist the Federal Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in restructuring its traffic police.

The three-year contract involves creating a new police driving school and providing advanced driver training courses for officers.

Managing director Mike Rees said: ‘The contract will be hard work and presents us with a real challenge, but it is one we all feel we are more than capable of delivering.’

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