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Fleet Driver Trainers

About Fleet Driver Trainers

Health and Safety

Legal Obligations

Managing Occupational Road Risk

Risk Assessments

Fuel Economy

Costs Of Road Traffic Collisions

Training and Assessment
Classroom Or Car?

Assessments and Courses

Driver Assessment

Standard 1 Day Course

Supplementary 1 Day Course

Advanced Driving Course

Trainers

Course Fees

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Fleet Driver Trainers
About Fleet Driver Trainers
Health and Safety
Legal Obligations
Managing Occupational Road Risk
Risk Assessments
Fuel Economy
Costs of Road Traffic Collisions
Training & Assessment Classroom or Car?
Assessments and Courses
Driver Assessment
Standard 1 Day Course
Supplementary 1 Day Course
Advanced Driving Course
Trainers
Course Fees
Contact Us
Training and Assessment

Classroom or Car?

Many fleet training providers will use extensive classroom sessions, and various tests and assessments away from the car.

Theoretical knowledge can be an advantage, but a safe attitude is even better.

Long classroom sessions reduce the amount of time in the car actually carrying out the task of driving.

Assessments on a computer, or in a classroom may be misleading.
In the car is reality, so that is the best place to assess driving.

Classroom sessions involve ‘hearing’ and ‘seeing’
The best way of learning is ‘doing’
The best place for ‘doing’ is in the car.

So all of our training is done ‘in car’

The trainer will still cover theoretical aspects of safe driving practice, but it can be done in conjunction with the driving.

Training in this manner enables the trainer to tailor the theoretical side of the training to suit the exact requirements of the driver, rather than a one size fits all approach.