Revised, updated and improved in 2020 – digital learning is changing. Current research emphasises the advantages of regular 2-15 minute, bite-sized e-Learning modules that can be completed easily on a range of IT platforms. Our DriveTech Learning & Development experts have taken a fresh approach to the design of each module, introducing gamification, questions for reflection and a final module assessment consisting of 8 questions to test your knowledge.

E-Learning modules are targeted interventions designed to support your drivers and help them improve their knowledge in relation to reducing driving risk. The driver’s knowledge is tested again at the end of each module to ensure learning has taken place and allows for a second attempt at the questions.

The programme is designed to develop and improve your employees understanding of the risks associated with driving for work, and explores topics such as time management, mobile phone use and the effects of fatigue.

  • There are 24 different modules available
  • Each e-Learning module is approximately 10-15 minutes duration in length
  • Available on all mobile platforms, in addition to the standard desktop platform
  • All modules are available in 9 languages (English, French, German, Italian, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian), except Speed Sense which is UK specific

Available Courses

Courses 4x4 & Off-Road Buses Cars & SUVs Coaches Lorries Vans & LCVs
Fitness to Drive

Driver wellness: The importance of diet, hydration, regular eye tests and minimising fatigue.

Vehicle Safety Checks

Introducing a simple methodology: What to check, how and when to do it.

Preparing to Drive

Personal comfort to promote greater awareness: Seating position and choice of vehicle.

Winter Driving

Driver and Vehicle preparation: Technology, minimising the risk of losing control of the vehicle.

Safety at the Roadside

Personal safety and how to manage the situation when stranded at the roadside.

Dealing with Collisions

Personal safety: What to do next and minimising the risk of a second incident.

Time Management

Driver frustration under time pressure. Addresses emotions and driving style to minimise risk.

Loading Your Vehicle Safely

The effect on a vehicle when carrying a load.  Movement and weight distribution.

Mobile Phone Use

How multi-tasking adversely effects driver behaviour.

Fuel Efficient Driving

Improve driver safety and enjoyment through the use of fuel efficient driving techniques.

Bay Parking Choices

Best practice advice when parking to improve safety and security. Top tips for bay parking.

Concentration & Distractions

Three contributory factors: Lapses of Concentration, Errors of Judgement and Violations.

Negotiating Junctions

Minimising the risk of common incidents such as a rear end collision.

Managing Rural Road Risk

Minimising the risk of common incidents in the rural environment.

Managing Motorway Risk

Minimising the risk of common incidents on the motorway.

Speed Sense

The purpose of speed limits and the risks to all road users when speed is inappropriate.

Driving through Changing Conditions

Anticipating the risk presented by short term climatic conditions that directly affect driver safety.

Reducing Driving Anxiety

Managing driving related anxiety to build greater confidence.

Driving Enjoyment

How driving enjoyment, overconfidence and thrill seeking, adversely influences driver behaviour.

Vulnerable Road Users

Examining who is most at risk and why. Mirror set up and safety tips to minimise blind spot risk.

Managing Tiredness & Fatigue

Understanding the cumulative effects of fatigue on driving over a period of time.

Alcohol & Drug Awareness

The importance of avoiding alcohol & drugs when driving.

Driving at Night & in Limited Visibility

Night time risk for drivers and pedestrians. We can only manage what we can see.

Parking & Security at Home

Legal, Safe and Secure? Top tips for parallel parking on street.

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