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E-Training World launch online modules

E-Training World is launching a suite of pick-and mix online modules that will help companies assess the strengths and weaknesses of its drivers.

“Initially, we’re looking at using it to launch a series of very short and punchy driver assessment and training modules on specific topics such as mobile phone usage, speed awareness, vehicle checks and hazard perception. However, it can also be very easily refined to fit a company’s own vehicle policy guidelines,“ explains Graham Hurdle, managing director at E-Training World.

“In other words, if a fleet manager wants to ask drivers 20 questions about their company car policy they can do so quickly and efficiently, enabling them to immediately evaluate the level of understanding of the policy and then provide training as to what that policy actually is.”

“Because it is so flexible we can easily extend it beyond the fleet arena so that it can be used for companies’ health and safety policies, their customer care processes and any aspect of business whereby you need to audit and train staff in the most efficient way.

“Businesses that require a bespoke solution for more than 30 users face no set up costs and the system can be tailored in a matter of days.”

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