Raising driver standards with e-Learning

e-Learning provides your organisation with SCORM compliant e-Learning solutions that offer video-based training via a web interface, along with audit and reporting capabilities.

Option 1: e-Learn Complete

e-Learn Complete offers you the ability to provide a long-term ‘drip-feed’ of information to your drivers. When selecting this option, you have the opportunity to choose 12 modules from the line-up and dictate the order in which the modules are taken. Typically, an organisation opts for an individual to take one module per month over a 12-month period. This is followed by quarterly refresher modules in years two and three.

Option 2: e-Learn Essentials

We understand that not all organisations have the ability to commit to monthly or long-term training for their drivers. To address this, there is e-Learn Essentials – a condensed version of the full programme, allowing participants to complete the course in around 60 minutes. e-Learn Essentials focuses on the most important factors any driver should consider.

Option 3: e-learn Small Fleet

Small Fleet provides you with an easy and cost effective online training programme for your small fleet. The programme is designed to be easy to implement and managed, and delivers content that not only addresses your duty-of-care to employees, but also contributes towards reducing accidental damage costs, and to a safer working environment.

Subjects include:

  •   Journey planning; vehicle safety; fitness to drive
  •   Time and space; stopping distances; understanding the risks
  •   When our eyes deceive us; expect the unexpected; strategies for safety
  •   Journey planning and timing; reduced grip, increased stopping distance; identifying the dangers
  •   Coping strategies on busy roads; identifying flashpoints early; dealing with road rage
  •   Safety rules; recognising fatigue; safety through roadworks
  •   Who else is on the road; using all the clues; when it’s safe to overtake
  •   Journey priorities; allowing enough time; adapting when things go wrong
  •   Easy-on, easy-off the gas pedal; strategies for cost cutting; correct tyre pressures, correct loading