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Careers: how are you settling in?

LLOYD Brown, head of training, IAM Fleet.

  • What are the highs and lows of driver training?
    The highs are when I’m involved in developing a road safety initiative which has a positive effect on society.

    The lows are when I read in the news about a road incident which could have been avoided if correct guidelines had been followed.

  • What is your favourite part of your job?
    The variety of work that involves liaising with people who are concerned with road safety, particularly risk management and driver training.

  • What is a common mistake made by drivers?
    It would definitely be exceeding the speed limit.

  • How did you get into a career as a driver trainer?
    I always enjoyed and did well on my driving courses when I was in the police force. This then led me into driver training.

  • What would you say has been your best career move to date?
    I have been fortunate that throughout my working life I have always enjoyed whatever role I am undertaking at the time.
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