Corporate Fleet & Group Driver Training


All fleet owners have a vested interest in:

  1. Providing a safe working environment – which includes protecting drivers from crashes and incidents, and
  2. Reducing fleet operating costs.

These two objectives not only have a dramatic influence on bottom line profits but are a lawful obligation for employers.

These points are the overall objective of all our Corporate Low Risk Driving courses. 

Lawful Obligation of employers

It is a fact that any motor vehicle driven by staff is  an integral part of the `workplace’ and in essence a `tool of trade’.  Employers need to exercise their duty of care to employees, ensuring they have the correct attitude and skills necessary to fully recognise the high risk (and costs) associated with driving any motor vehicle.

It is a recognised fact that driving a motor vehicle is one of the most dangerous everyday things we all do – one small error can lead to disaster. In fact, the majority of road crashes are caused by human error.

Vehicle control skills are an integral part and a key focus area of our courses. These skills however are vastly overshadowed by the need to instil a responsible driving and road safety attitude, the other key focus area of all courses.

Fleet Driver Training – A Key to Organisational Profits

The successful management of any motor vehicle fleet is directly linked to the driving habits of employees. In turn, this has a direct and significant  effect on corporate success and profits by reducing  crashes involving your fleet vehicles.

It is a proven fact that most work related deaths and injuries are caused by motor vehicle crashes, consequently the corporate cost of road crashes is extremely high.

Our driver training programs represent a cost effective means of assisting your company maintain higher profit levels, and at the same time complying with your legislative requirements.   Safe driving involves thinking safety. In additional to practical skills our courses focus on driver attitude. Importantly, our courses do not teach `advanced’ racetrack type driving skills. We concentrate on basic driving skills and accident prevention -  doing the basic things correctly as a matter of routine.

Benefits of Corporate Low Risk Driver Training.

Our driver training services generate many benefits, including:

  1. Improving staff safety and enhanced WHS compliance,
  2. Reduced fleet operating costs such as running costs, crash damage, vehicle resale value, tyre usage, and fuel costs.
  3. Reduced insurance premiums.
  4. Corporate team building and improved staff morale.
  5. An improved corporate image for your organisation.
  6. Improved staff attendance by reducing time away from the workplace as a result of vehicle crashes and incidents.
  7. A meaningful tax deduction that will positively affect corporate profitability.
  8. Demonstrating a managerial commitment to staff welfare and community responsibility.
  9. Improved carbon footprint by reducing carbon emissions.


We specialise in tailoring programs that specifically meets the requirements of your organisation.

Many of our services can be delivered locally at or nearby to your workplace.

Some important topics covered in our Low Risk Driving Courses include;

  1. Human factors including risk taking behaviours and fatigue management
  2. Low Risk  Driving techniques
  3. Hazard perception and risk analysis
  4. Emergency braking techniques (including ABS braking)
  5. Safe reversing – a major cause of damage to fleet vehicles
  6. Vehicle care and maintenance – daily vehicle checks
  7. An analysis of crash causative factors, including speeding and fatigue
  8. What to do in an emergency situation
  9. Correct steering techniques and vehicle posture
  10. Understanding vehicle technology and safety systems, such as:

                            ABS - anti locking braking systems,

                            ESC – electronic stability control,

                            Seat Belt tensioners,

                            Head restraints,

                            Traction Control,

                            ANCAP vehicle  ratings.  

Driver Training Course Options