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BT awards driver training contract to Business Driver

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Business Driver has been appointed by BT to deliver driver training services across all divisions of the company, which operates more than 33,000 vehicles and employs 50,000 drivers.

It will be working in close partnership with eDriving/Fleet to deliver training, with each session designed around the needs of every individual driver.

Seb Goldin, CEO of Business Driver said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with BT to support their innovative and focused efforts at reducing road risk for BT’s employees and other road users.”

The implementation of this large and complex national driver training project will be managed by Business Driver’s Risk Traker system - a driver training booking and administration system, developed in-house by Business Driver.

Training consultants all use the purpose designed App to administer their diaries and workload, which features E signatures to sign off all training and videos giving a brief snippet of the coached session. The system also captures a detailed and auto scored post training report and delivers a certificate of training.

Founded in 2008 by a management team with several years’ specialist experience in driver risk management, Business Driver’s rapidly growing team is based out of our purpose built training centre in Richmond, London.

It has 15 full time staff and a network of in excess of 220 training consultants who are engaged as contractors, with operations in UK, Europe and USA.


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