LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT

Driver Training

Workplace Road Safety is the division of the TTC Group dedicated to delivering DriverProtect®, TTC’s end-to-end managed service committed to minimising workplace road safety risk and optimising driver-related business performance, delivering driver training where required.

TTC’s clients recognise the value of having an expert resource such as TTC to manage their workplace driver-related risk, and benefit from its supporting services such as driver assessments and driver training.

TTC encourages businesses to be proactive when it comes to managing workplace road safety, rather than waiting for a road-related incident that has a serious negative impact on their business.

TTC is one of the UK’s leading providers of Police & Court referred driving courses – including National Speed Awareness and Drink Drive Rehabilitation courses – as part of the Government’s National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS).  To attend these courses you need to have been referred by the Police or the Courts following a driving offence.  These courses are designed and delivered in a way to change behaviours and general attitudes towards driving at excessive speeds and drink driving.  However, TTC recognised that whilst around 1 million drivers a year are referred by the Police and Courts to attend driving courses, the vast majority of drivers are not, though many would benefit from driver training.

To learn more about TTC’s driver training courses please visited our dedicated managing workplace road safety website.



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