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Growth in fleet operators selecting E-Training World

An increasingly diverse variety of companies, operating in the fleet sector, are opting to use E-Training World’s online driver risk assessment and e-driver training system.

E-Training World says it is developing a niche in the market as the company that is able to provide leasing companies, fleet management specialists, insurance companies, accident management businesses and driver training providers with a fully branded system that can edited and self-administered.

This led to a significant growth last year in the number of fleet sector suppliers adopting the E-Training World system, in addition to businesses with company drivers who use it directly themselves.

“Because our system is extremely simple for drivers to use and very accurate in determining driver risk, it has been very popular for many years,” said Jonathan Mosley, E-Training World’s director of sales and marketing.

“But the benefit that appeals the most to fleet sector companies is that we can provide them with a fully branded and editable system for them to use with their own customers, and this can be set up in an instant.”

Mosley explains that within the system individual companies can include their own text, add corporate video clips and can set up clients with their logo as well.

Individual businesses can generate logins, review all assessment data and offer drivers’ additional learning through a suite of e-learning modules.

These cover topics such as speeding, use of mobile phones, hazard perception, manoeuvring, adverse weather etc and enable companies to provide on-going e-learning to drivers throughout the year.

E-Training World’s system is provided on a monthly licence fee which offers companies a very low monthly payment for on-going use of the system.

“It is clear from the uptake that we’re providing what the fleet sector wants,” said Mosley. “And we’re looking for more growth in 2013 as the popularity of our system expands even further.”


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