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E-Training World increases functionality of training modules

E-Training World, has enhanced the functionality of its 15 E-Driver training modules to enable further analysis of employees’ ongoing driving needs.

The modules, which ask asks the driver questions on key topics and then provides training through answers and explanations, now include the ability to export the driver responses so that fleet managers can pinpoint where drivers may need further support.

Topics include rear end collisions, parking and manoeuvring, vehicle checks, mobile phones, speed awareness, adverse weather conditions, hazard perception, UK road signs and markings, eco-driving and road rage.

Jonathan Mosley, director of sales and marketing at E-Training World, said: “Fleet managers can now better interrogate the answers to identify the gaps in individual driver’s knowledge, enabling them to pinpoint with even greater clarity than before where future training interventions should be made.”

 

 


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