Combined On-Road Driver coaching and workshop
Mitigating on-road incidents - our most effective course
This hybrid of workshop and on-road driver coaching session is designed to develop competence and confidence on the road as well as promote a positive attitude towards driving by guiding the driver through proven defensive driving techniques.
This highly engaging session can be tailored towards the driver’s needs and our expert coach will provide advice for ongoing development and improvement. By developing safer on-road behaviours your organisation will benefit from reduced fleet running costs and collisions.
This is our most effective programme in mitigating risk as it combines both the theory and practical elements of driving over an appropriate duration.
- Duration: 7.5 hours
- Delegates: 1 or 2 drivers
- Price: available on request
- Format: Classroom workshop followed by on-road coaching
- Vehicle: Driver's allocated/pool vehicle
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Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce your drivers' risks
Coaching will reduce driver risk, collision rates, fleet costs and develop safer drivers.
Meet your duty of care
Our courses are designed to help you meet your duty of care obligations.
Improve your drivers’ on-road competence and knowledge
- Factors affecting driving performance
- Overcome barriers to driving performance
- Hazard awareness and forward planning
- Enhanced eco-driving techniques
I shall be even more aware and alert on the roads now and in the future. The way he [Mick] taught me makes me want to change my thinking and driving forever, not just for todayAnimal Plant Health Agency
Identify appropriate speed limits for different vehicle categories and roads.
Demonstrate pre-journey safety checks, controlled manoeuvring and safe parking, and identify key hazards.
Explain factors which could affect personal driving performance and overcome barriers to safe on-road behaviours.
Develop eco-safe driving skills whilst applying the principles of good observations, anticipation and forward planning.
- Who should attend
Anybody who drives a vehicle for work purposes, including cars, vans, LCV (Light Commercial Vehicle), LGV (Large Goods Vehicle) or PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle).
- Delivery method
The workshop and coaching session is facilitated by a professional fleet trainer who will get to know your driver by establishing their requirements, level of knowledge and experience before assessing their driving performance and providing tailored coaching and feedback.
- Course outline
Factors affecting driving performance
Explore the factors that can affect driving performance and, therefore, safe driving.
Establish a safe and fuel-efficient driving habit, good observation and forward planning skills.
Effective speed management
Remind drivers of the UK speed rules and the importance of using appropriate speed.
Being a role model
Agree areas for improvement aligned to needs, discuss benefits and consequences and undertake parking and manoeuvring exercises.
Case studies driver management
Driver risk solution for FTSE 100 business
Clarke Energy implements a driver risk programme