It is widely acknowledged that driving is the most dangerous activity most people undertake.
95% of road accidents can be attributed to human error.
Driving has become such an intrinsic part of our daily lives that quite often we go into automatic pilot.
To combat this, we have developed Driving in Mind. This course not only improves driver skills but is specifically designed to develop attitudes and behaviours that enable greater insight into your personal triggers for risk. This helps you understand how your emotions, attitudes and behaviours can affect your driving. We use DriverMetrics’ online driver risk profiler, a psychometric assessment which identifies driver risks, developed by Cranfield University.
Want to learn more about this coaching course? This blog post shares the story of one of our Driving In Mind participants.
We offer this course in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and also in England through our network of accredited professional trainers.
Please check the range of our driver development courses on Roadwise online shop.
Our profits support the local charitable work of Aberdeen Foyer with homeless young people and enables people of all ages to take the next steps towards learning and employment.
“This course was completely tailored to what I needed as a driver. Dave was brilliant in picking up on my bad habits and teaching me new ways in thinking when I’m driving to ensure safe driving. I would highly recommend this course to both new and existing drivers on a regular basis. Dave was a really easy person to get on with and I felt at ease.” (Kelly)