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Our on-road driver coaching sessions, part of TTC’s blended learning programme, are designed on the driver’s personalised requirements, which they need to address and develop safer behaviours on the road.
A driver can be recommended to complete on-road driver coaching following the completion of a risk assessment and training needs analysis, as well as key driving events such as a collision.
Developing driver skills with on-road coaching, delivered by road safety professionals.
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Combined On-Road Driver Coaching & Workshop?
This balanced combination of workshop and on-road driver coaching session is designed to develop competence and confidence on the road as well as promote a positive attitude towards driving by guiding the driver through proven defensive driving techniques.
This highly engaging session can be tailored towards the driver’s needs and our expert coach will provide advice for ongoing development and improvement.
By developing safer on-road behaviours you will benefit from reduced fleet running costs and collisions.
Download the Mitigating on-road incidents course (Combined On-Road Driver Coaching & Workshop) specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups On-Road Driver Coaching?
Developing safer driving behaviours to mitigate on-road incidents.
The driver will be coached to overcome barriers, apply eco-driving techniques and focus on relapse prevention, supporting your company to reduce running costs, collision rates and protect against reputational damage.
Download the Mitigating on-road incidents course (Half Day practical driver coaching session, delivered in-vehicle) specification here
An on-road driver risk assessment is a good practical opportunity to assess someone’s driving to ensure they are safe and competent to drive your company vehicle.
Our expert assessor will observe and focus on essential safe driving practices to ensure your driver is not a risk to themselves, other road users or the business.
This solution will meet your immediate duty of care responsibilities and identify any potential future training requirements.
Download the Developing a Culture of Road Safety to Meet Your Duty of Care Obligation specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups 4WD Off-Road Driver Coaching?
Vehicles with 4WD capability are becoming more prevalent. Due to their unique dynamics they offer both special capabilities and particular risks.
Our courses ensure that drivers are fully aware of their vehicle’s capabilities and differences to standard cars/vans.
How to safely operate them both on the public highway and in off road environments is fully covered.
This Lantra accredited course is for more adventurous off road driving.
Download the 4WD Off-Road, Lantra accredited driver training course for more adventurous off-road driving specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Post Collision Driver Coaching & Workshop?
Experiencing a collision or road incident is a traumatic experience to any driver and can have a detrimental effect on their confidence, well-being and future safety while driving.
The Health & Safety Executive now deem incidents and injuries following a road traffic collision as being an ‘at work’ injury and should be investigated by the employer.
After a collision, consideration should be given to business driving and working practices and if any changes to policy or additional advice or driver training is required to mitigate risk.
Download the Post Collision Driver Coaching and Workshop specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Delivery Driver On-Road Coaching & Workshop?
This hybrid of workshop and on-road driver coaching session, specifically for home delivery drivers, is designed to develop competence and confidence on the road as well as promote a positive attitude towards driving by guiding the driver through proven defensive driving & delivery techniques.
Download the Combined Workshop and On-Road Driver Coaching (specifically designed for home delivery drivers) specification here
Why should my drivers attend TTC’s 3.5ton Tipper/Dropside Vocational Driver Workshop & Coaching?
This combination of workshop, on-road driver coaching and hands-on practical two day training course is designed to develop competence and awareness of both road risk and health & safety requirements when using a 3.5t tipper or dropside vehicle on both construction sites and on the public highway.
This highly engaging and relevant course for all drivers using these vehicles can be tailored towards both the driver and employers needs.
Download the Developing Safer Working Practices to Mitigate On and Off-Road Incidents Specification here
Developing safer driving behaviours to mitigate on road incidents in electric and hybrid vehicles.
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau, part of TTC Groups Electric & Hybrid Vehicle On-Road Coaching?
This one-to-one driver coaching is designed to increase the knowledge and ability of driving all electric and hybrid vehicles while achieving maximum benefit from the technology.
By attending this course driver’s will be supporting your company to reduce carbon emissions, running costs, collision rates and protect against reputational damage. The driver will also be provided with advice for ongoing development.