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Virtual driver workshop training, part of TTC’s blended learning programme, are designed to deliver key road safety and driver improvement messages remotely, whilst enabling groups of drivers to participate safely in training.
A driver can be recommended to attend a virtual driver workshop following the completion of a risk assessment and training needs analysis, as well as key driving events such as a collision.
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Line Manager Workshop?
This engaging course provides line managers with an overview of their responsibilities to effectively manage risk related to employees who drive for work.
In this programme your company’s high-risk areas are analysed by our road safety expert; they will impart best practice information on duty of care, the law and your responsibilities, driving policy and key factors on why work-related collisions occur.
Download the Line Manager Workshop Specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Driver Impairment: Drink & Drugs Workshop?
This interactive workshop leads drivers through a thought-provoking session on the effects and consequences of drink and drug driving. The course includes a knowledge check quiz and a detailed examination of the repercussions of impaired driving on both the driver and the workplace.
This engaging workshop is highly effective in motivating drivers to change their behaviour and, in turn, protect your company against reputational damage.
Download the Driver Impairment – Drink Drugs Workshop Specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Driver Safety Awareness Workshop?
In this highly interactive workshop our expert trainer will lead the drivers through a thought-provoking session whilst providing solutions to improve their safety on the road.
By gaining an awareness of key factors which can affect driving such as fatigue, distractions, impairment, hazards, speed and being informed on safer driving techniques, this workshop will reduce your company’s vehicle running costs through improving driver safety, minimising collision rates and reputational damage.
Download the Driver Safety Awareness Workshop Specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Alternatively Fuelled Vehicle Workshop?
In 2018, UK law was changed so that the weight limit for Cat B driving licence holders driving alternatively fuelled vehicles could be increased from 3.5 tonnes to 4.25 tonnes. This increase in the maximum authorised mass is to offset the loss of payload capacity due to the weight of the batteries.
This course is aimed at businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint and transition their fleet to alternative fuel such as electric, hydrogen, natural gas or biogas.
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Electric Aware Workshop?
In this highly interactive virtual classroom workshop, our expert trainer will lead drivers through a journey of all they need to know about electric, hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles.
Participants will learn all about the various forms of vehicles and how they can get the very best out of them from a driving, cost and performance standpoint.
Download the Electric Aware Specification here
Why should my drivers attend Licence Bureau part of TTC Groups Post Collision Driver Interview?
The Health & Safety Executive now deem incidents and injuries following a road traffic collision as being an ‘at work’ injury for those drivers injured during their working day 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 reduce risk.
Download the Post Collision Analysis Workshop Specification here.