‘Driving in Mind’ behavioural coaching programme helps drivers to address and improve their driving practices to reduce exposure to risk.
Helping heavy goods vehicle, coach and bus operators ensure their drivers meet driver industry standards
For any business operating heavy goods vehicles, coaches and buses to grow and become more efficient there is a need to ensure that each driver undertakes a course of Continuous Professional Competence (CPC). It is important that the drivers continuously maintain and develop the knowledge and skills to keep up with industry standards.
Roadwise Driver Training has partnered with CPC accredited training provider to deliver a range of CPC training courses. Trainer will lead a team of instructors delivering the courses in and around the Aberdeen area.
In the following paragraphs trainer gives answers to many common questions raised in relation to driver CPC.
We are delighted to announce that as of 20th February 2017 Roadwise Driver Training is now a Community Interest Company (C.I.C.).
Dave Watson, founder of Roadwise Driver Training, describes how he came to run a fleet enterprise that helps improve prospects for unemployed young people.
Working with people who have many challenges to live, work and learn independently is the social purpose of Aberdeen Foyer. Roadwise adds value to this through delivery of learner driver training programmes and corporate driver coaching.