Fleet Driver Training

Our partners Safedrive are driver risk management specialists and can work alongside you to improve your fleet drivers’ skills.

0344 892 1728

Weekdays 9.00am – 5.15pm

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About Fleet Driver Training

Certificate

Fully trained and covered

Your drivers are licensed properly, profiled, trained and equipped

Care

Behaviour

Higher standards of fleet driver behaviour are set

Heart

Working culture

The right culture and processes are embedded into your driver risk management

Direct Debit

Pay for your fleet driver training by Direct Debit

You can split your payment into instalments

Features of Fleet Driver Training

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Fleet driver licence checking services

Licence checking services can be carried out for any fleet. Checks against the DVSA’s database ensure you don’t employ disqualified or unsuitable drivers. This also enables you to comply with business legislation and ‘duty of care’ obligations, which can help to reduce your corporate risk and save a sizeable amount on your insurance premiums.

Fleet driver risk management tools

Safedrive offer an extensive range of driver risk management tools that can help reinforce the adoption of safe practice and provide admissible evidence in the event of a claim. These include forward-facing accident cameras, mobile phone usage-control devices, and drink and drug testing kits. These tools and advice will help keep your business and its employees compliant, your bottom line protected and your reputation intact.

Driver profiling and education

Safedrive's online fleet driver profiling rates and improves a driver’s ability via an initial assessment of their skills and attitude followed by a series of fun and interactive modules. We offer ongoing driver theory and practical education with DVSA-approved assessors to help keep skills sharp and knowledge up-to-date, decreasing your running costs and accident rate, and boosting your business’ green credentials.

Certificate of Professional Competence

Safedrive has over 50 independent, professionally qualified trainers who run a number of modular courses aligned to the driver CPC. Combining practice with theory, these comprehensive courses help drivers develop and retain the skills, knowledge, judgment and flexibility to carry their passengers safely and comfortably. In so doing they underpin your business health and safety, service, and cost management initiatives.

Fleet Driver Training FAQs

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Who will organise and deliver the training sessions?

Answer

Book your fleet driver training with Safedrive and they will co-ordinate its delivery through our team of over 50 fully qualified, independent advanced driving instructor (ADI) assessors.

 

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How quickly can training be organised?

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Safedrive's national team of over 50 assessors can be mobilised at relatively short notice. Let us know your preferred date and we’ll do our utmost to meet it.

 

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Where will training take place?

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Training for drivers can be delivered online, on-road, in the classroom or a mix of all three, depending on your specific objectives and requirements.

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Do I have to book all my drivers in for training at the same time?

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We appreciate that it's not always possible, advisable or sound practice to have all your drivers off the road at once. Let us know what you need and we can work out a way of delivering our training in a way that suits you best.

 

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Will I see the results from my driver’s training modules?

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Yes. It is important that you are able to see just how up-to-date your drivers’ knowledge and skills are, and that they have the right attitude in place, so that if they are inadequate, you can determine what next to do.

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When can I expect to see a change in my drivers’ attitudes and behaviour?

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Training can have an immediate effect but needs managing and reinforcing on a daily basis if drivers aren’t to slip back into old habits or beliefs. Also, drivers can tend to come and go so it's always important that you search out your weakest links, whether they are long-serving or new recruits.