Business driver training

Practical and office based driver training to meet the needs of your business

Business driver road risk presentation

A two hour presentation to raise awareness of the road risks specific to driving for business:

  • held at your premises for any number of drivers
  • road casualty data
  • overview of road risks
  • advice on how to lower risk

The cost of this presentation is £200.

Vehicle based driver assessment

Individual driving assessments aimed at raising awareness of current exposure to risk and to advise on ways to mitigate that risk. Normally carried out as consecutive assessments on a half day or full day course (9am to 4pm). The assessment includes the following:

  • carried out in your own vehicle
  • licence checks
  • eyesight check
  • a comprehensive written report for both the client and driver

The assessments cost £120 for two assessments (half day) or £240 for four assessments (full day) on the same day from the same location.

Vehicle based driver training

Practical defensive driver training aimed at raising awareness of road risk that each driver may potentially exposed to, particularly due to the demands of business driving, and offering solutions in order to lower risk.

Training includes:

  • carried out in your own vehicle
  • licence checks
  • eyesight check
  • theory session covering driver stress, fatigue, mobile phones, drink/drugs and vehicle checks
  • practical on-road training for up to three in the same vehicle, with regular rotation of drivers and involving passengers in the training
  • a short highway code and theory test
  • an individual and confidential debriefing for the driver
  • a comprehensive written report for both the client and driver

The training costs £240 per day for up to 3 people.

Eco driver training

Practical eco driving awareness aimed at saving running cost and reducing road risk.

Training includes:

  • licence checks
  • eyesight checks
  • an initial drive on a set route to assess driving style and measure fuel economy (where possible)
  • a debrief offering advice on how to improve safety and fuel economy (where possible)
  • a second drive to measure and record improvements
  • an individual and confidential debrief for the driver
  • a comprehensive written report for both the client and driver

This training costs £120 per half day and includes two attendees per session.

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