What is On-road training?
On-road training is the top level of driver training Driving Monitor provides.
Drivers will be booked for half a day (3.5 hours) with one of our highly qualified fleet trainers.
A brief course summary would be:
- The trainer will arrive and introduce themself.
- Discuss your online assessment and anything that you would like to cover on the course
- Eyesight check
- Vehicle checks
- 1st drive
- Break and feedback
- 2nd 'training drive'
- Finish and summary
The first drive will allow the trainer to see you drive as you naturally would, this will take in most road types (including anything you would like to cover ie motorways, roundabouts etc). The second drive will focus on anything the trainer has noticed during the first drive, anything you would like to cover and anything highlighted from your Assessment report. Then depending on the situation, eco-driving and more advanced defensive driving techniques can also be covered.
Our trainers will always look to tailor the training to the individual driver.
After the course has been completed, your trainer will provide Driving Monitor with an in-depth report and feedback which will be uploaded to your Driving Monitor account for you to access at any time.
How do I book my course?
The On-road training task (found on your home and training dashboards) will have a link to the booking form you need to complete.
Once the booking form has been completed, our training team will match you with a local trainer and confirm your booking via email.
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