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E-Training World upgrades Auto Risk training system with a ‘host of new features’

E-Training World online training

E-Training World has launched an upgrade to its online driver profiling and e-driver training system with a host of new features.

The upgrade sees a new driver dashboard, an ‘at-a-glance’ training timeline and the option to allocate online training automatically based upon a driver’s high, medium or low risk rating.

Functionality changes include:

  • Branding and adapting the system to your company style
  • Tailoring the wording and frequency of reminder emails
  • Adding bespoke profiling questions
  • Creating custom-built client modules
  • Adding company divisions and teams
  • Ability to add a company’s chosen on-road training provider.
  • Add essential documents for drivers to read and read confirmation

E-Training World’s managing director Graham Hurdle said: “This new version of our driver profiling and e-driver training system has been in development for over 18 months and is a huge leap forward in online assessment and training.

“The tried and trusted method we use to profile driver risk and deliver modular training remains the same, however we’ve added a wide range of new features to improve its usability and functionality."

He continued: “As the chosen online driver profiling partner to many of the best-known companies in the fleet sector, such as insurance companies, contract hire and fleet management specialists, rental providers, other driver training companies, our system has always offered a highly flexible, white-labelled risk management system that can be tailored extensively and offered by fleet sector suppliers as an added value service."

E-Training World also works directly with fleet operators large and small, helping them reduce risk, lower accident rates, save money and comply with health and safety legislation.

“Having already launched the new system to many of our fleet sector partners, the feedback has been exceptional and I firmly believe we now not only have the most accurate and effective system in the fleet sector, but the most versatile too,” said Hurdle.

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