Driver Awareness Training Course

The Driver Awareness Training course is designed to raise awareness to help all those involved in driving for work to learn the general importance of road safety, understand the risks and their responsibilities, and to determine what methods they can apply to their driving style to ensure best practice is followed.

£15.00 + VAT

SKU: 27 Category:
QUANTITY RANGE UNIT PRICE UNIT SAVING
2-9 £12.50 25%
10-49 £10.00 33%
50+ £7.50 50%

The course will be structured as follows:

  • Introduction
  • Planning your journey
  • Vehicle checks (POWER)
    • Fuel (petrol/diesel)
    • Oil levels
    • Water levels
    • Electrics
    • Rubber
  • Methods of safe driving (COAST)
  • Practical examples (applying COAST)
    • Speed
    • Motorways
    • Adverse weather
    • Parking
    • Personal Safety
    • Mobile devices
    • Breakdowns
    • Other road users
    • Accidents
  • Assessment

We offer flexible training therefore the course can be completed online, anywhere, on a laptop, desktop, or device. Take just 25-30 mins out of your day or pause and save your progress to learn at your own pace. 

Once you have completed all modules you will need to complete a final assessment whereupon completion, you will be awarded a Driver Awareness Certificate to verify that your business is complying with its legal obligations and requirements

This course will be essential for all whose job role requires them to drive for work – whether it is for fleet, company, or personal vehicles.

Our course will inform employees on what they can do to ensure they go out onto the road safely when driving on behalf of their employer. 

They will gain a better understanding of their responsibilities on the road and learn how to effectively monitor theirs and other drivers’ behaviour. This will enable them to either identify or improve poor driving habits and ensure they are following the most important aspects of road safety to reduce the chances of being in an accident.

As there are less frequent road casualties reported each year, it appears road safety is improving. This is likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic with less traffic on the road as many people have been given the option to work from home. 

However, there are still a large number of road casualties reported each year in Great Britain, many of which sadly end in fatality. 

Research has shown that employees who drive for work are at high risk of experiencing an accident on the road, therefore it is both the employers and employee’s responsibility to assess and consider what they can do to prevent this from happening. One of which being to receive comprehensive training in the methods of safe driving to make drivers aware of their own and others behaviour on the road.