On-Road Driver coaching
Mitigating on-road incidents
This 1-to-1 driver coaching is designed to determine the driver’s risk areas for the category of vehicle they drive. An initial assessment to identify gaps and set goals will be followed by a bite-sized practical to optimise and reinforce learning.
The driver will be coached to overcome barriers, apply eco-driving techniques and focus on relapse prevention, supporting your company to reduce running costs, collision rates and protect against reputational damage. The driver will also be provided with advice for ongoing development.
- Duration: 3.5 hours
- Delegates: 1 driver
- Price: available on request
- Format: on-road coaching
- Vehicle: driver's allocated/pool vehicle
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Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce your drivers' risks
Training will reduce driver risk, collision rates, fleet costs and reputational damage.
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
- Speed recognition management
- Overcome barriers to driving performance
- Hazard awareness and forward planning
- Eco-safe driving
I would like to say how valuable and thoroughly enjoyable I found my driver development session. From the outset I had every confidence in my instructor and the clear aims and objectives of what I expected to gain... It was money well spent
Identify varying speed limits for the vehicle category and road type and apply appropriate speed for the conditions.
Explain and demonstrate safe parking and manoeuvring practices, overcome personal barriers to safe driving, develop and apply enhanced hazard awareness skills.
Recognise the need to change behavior by identifying and achieving objectives and setting goals for the future.
Commence the habit of good observation, anticipation, planning and apply fuel-efficient driving techniques.
- 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 coaching session is facilitated by a professional driver coach who will determine the driver's level of knowledge, experience and personal objectives before assessing their on-road driving and providing advice for ongoing development.
- Course outline
Setting the scene
Explore the driver's typical behaviour behind the wheel and the consequences of bad driving.
Initial assessment drive
Identify barriers to safe driving and discuss areas for improvement.
Explore safe and fuel-efficient driving and apply realistic and achievable objectives.
Parking and manoeuvring
How and where best to park to avoid damage and risk.
Case studies driver management
Driver risk solution for FTSE 100 business
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