What’s your mode of transport?

Our fleet driver training courses are specifically designed for people who are driving for work or professionally in a variety of different vehicles including cars, vans, lorries, buses, coaches, 4x4s, scooters/mopeds and taxis, including new courses for electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEV) too. We also offer a wide range of JAUPT-accredited Driver CPC courses for lorry, bus and coach drivers to support their periodic training needs.

 

Benefits

Meeting your duty of care

Our courses are designed to help you meet your duty of care obligations and supports ‘at risk’ drivers

Multiple training methods

Online, on-road, workshop and specialist fleet training available, with new electric vehicle and PHEV training too

Minimising your drivers’ risks

Fleet driver training that minimises driver risk, collision rates, fleet costs and reputational damage

Driver Training nationwide

Our trainer network is across the UK to ensure we’re always available

Details

Once a risk is identified, it is vital to minimise that risk by introducing tailored driver training interventions. 

Driver training and coaching is a core part of a fleet management programme and not only addresses the safety of a driver but also can reduce fleet management costs through more fuel-efficient driving skills and/or fewer crashes.

DriveTech offers e-learning modules, as well as workshop and on-road driver training courses.

E-learning modules by topic. Designed to develop a driver’s knowledge and challenge their driving attitude and behaviour. They can be used to target specific areas of concern or provide additional training resources. This approach enables staff to complete all the courses at a time that is convenient for them. Find out more.

Workshops by topic and vehicle to shift culture and behaviour. Available in both a physical and online classroom setting. Read more.

On-Road training for maximum impact on driver safety and performance. Our courses reinforce the fact drivers not only need to possess the knowledge and skills for driving, but also the ability to self-evaluate how life and work issues can cause a change in their driver behaviour and increase personal risk. Click here for more information.

After this initial training, the continual monitoring of driver risk using telematics and other driver data can be used to both evidence improvements and trigger further targeted and timely interventions where required.

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