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Demand for online training rises

E-Training World has seen a rise in demand from fleet operators by 75 per cent as the benefits of web-based training are being realised by companies across the country.

"What is also noticeable is that all major fleets are now specifying in their tenders that they require online solutions. Years ago they had to be persuaded of the benefits, however we are far beyond that now and these fleets are demanding an online approach," explains Jonathan Mosley, E-Training World's director of sales and marketing.

"On their own, online driver training can bring accidents down by 20 per cent. Coupled with an in-house programme of support and mitigating activity it can reach an incredible 70 per cent reduction.

"At E-Training World we are enjoying a record year thanks to getting the balance right between the two, and it is our ability to achieve proven results that is fundamental to our success."

In the last 4 months E-Training World has run 42 days worth of management workshops and it is rising all the time. Earlier this year it was named Best Risk Management system in the Business Car Awards.


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