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Driver safety training: You can benefit from e-learning and the power of different learning approaches

Advertisement feature from DriveTech 

The pandemic has taught us to find smarter ways of working. Road deaths, collisions and serious injuries remain a concern – even with less traffic. These concerns can impact businesses in terms of both cost and reputation.

Despite changes in work behaviours, you can still easily assess your drivers for their exposure to risk and provide timely and relevant coaching.

Businesses with a real commitment to duty of care are using online learning and development applications to help continue to protect and improve their drivers’ safety.

DriveTech has a range of online driver assessments (for all types of vehicles) that can be completed by your drivers effectively – wherever they are.

The assessments are supported by a comprehensive suite of 24 e-learning modules (and a further follow-on 72 ‘micro-teach’ modules to act as sound-bite refreshers). They cover just about every aspect of business driving.

We have been developing novel ‘nudge-theory’ learning approaches – to give impactful sound-bite video coaching that encourages self-reflection and positive safety and
eco changes in driver behaviour.

DriveTech’s new series, Driver’s Mate, is for the professional driver community and, as part of our EV training range, EV Co-Driver has 17 informative video modules on all aspects of adopting EV into fleet.

Behaviour change with added convenience. All online.

For more information, contact us –

tellmemore@drivetech.co.uk

www.drivetech.co.uk

01256 610907

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