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ReVue receives CPC driver course accreditation

ReVue, the evidence-based driver training provider, has been approved as a driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) centre and course provider.

The company's bespoke driver awareness course has been accredited to form part of LGV and PCV drivers’ continuous CPC training programme.

Through evidence based coaching intervention, using driver CCTV footage, the course will help commercial drivers ensure they identify and correct unsafe driving habits, as well as improve their overall driving behaviour. The course is tailored to improving safety on the roads whilst increasing efficiencies for fleet operators.

Glen Mullins, managing director of ReVue said: “Having our bespoke driver awareness course CPC certified strengthens our commitment to improving driver behaviour training and road safety on British roads.

 “ReVue uses experienced driver behavioural experts to help transport managers, trainers and drivers analyse and interpret real CCTV footage and share constructive feedback, following a structured procedure.

 “We work with a number of commercial fleet owners and insurance companies who have seen that CCTV technology, when professionally interpreted, improves driver behaviours and attitudes, with the result of improving safety on the roads. Our aim is to help as many fleet owners as possible reduce the number of accidents their drivers have, improve safety for other road users and reduce insurance costs.”

The company utilises the data recording technology provided by sister company Vue CCTV, which captures and bookmarks instances of excessive G-force, speed and heavy braking, as well as recoding driver behaviour behind the wheel.

Driver CPC accreditation has been provided by the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT). JAUPT is the leading organisation for the approval and quality assurance of driver training centres and courses delivering training in line with the requirements set out in the European Union Directive on Initial and Periodic Training.

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