121 Driver Training can conduct this training anywhere in Australia and has a number of different training options. Training programs can also be tailored to satisfy specific needs of your business. All of our trainers have a Cert IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced and professional.
Example of our training options are outlined below.
Theory Presentation – Low risk driving theory presentation conducted at your workplace or at a privately hired venue. Participants learn the key factors in road accidents, how to dramatically reduce the chance of being involved in an accident, low risk driving strategies and will gain an understanding of crash avoidance techniques and vehicle safety systems
Practical Exercises – Practical exercises are conducted off the road in a controlled environment either at your workplace or a privately hired venue. Participants get to practice crash avoidance techniques and utilise their vehicle safety systems including ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System), with feedback given by an experienced trainer after each exercise.
On the Road Coaching and Driving Assessments – Driving Assessments are conducted one on one out on the road and drivers are assessed against a checklist of various skills and aspects. Drivers are assessed to see whether they are competent in simple daily driving tasks such as give way signs, round abouts, traffic and other basic skills needed to pass the driving test. We also look at low risk driving strategies including speed management, hazard perception, crash avoidance space and decision making to make an assessment on the likelihood of the driver being involved in an accident. We create a one page summary of how each driver performed to provide our feedback. Each summary is emailed to you to keep on record and can be easily accessed in the event a staff member is involved in an accident. We also create an overall summary of the training and how staff members performed and also recommend any further training if required
Half Day Group Training – Up to 40 people are able to complete a half day course which will be an even split between theory and practical. The practical component gives an understanding of speed vs stopping distance and the opportunity to complete straight line braking exercises from 40km/h up to 100km/h. Two half day courses are also able to be completed in one day.
Full Day Group Training – Up to 30 people are able to complete a full day course which will be a combination of theory and practical and provides participants with more 1 on 1 time with each trainer. The practical component is much more extensive compared to the half day course and will look at correct seating position, car control techniques, brake swerve recover exercises, slalom exercises, car maintenance, vehicle types/configurations and vision. We can also tailor the practical training to your specific needs.
For further information, please get in touch with us to discuss your specific business. We will then come up with a tailored program to suit your needs and provide a price. We can be contacted directly on 1300 810 510 or email@example.com. Alternatively, you can fill our contact form below and We will get in touch with you.