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The aim of the Behavioural Aspects of Driving course is to enlighten and educate drivers on why incidents happen and how to deal with various aspects which control a drivers’ behaviour.
The course is designed to get the drivers to update their knowledge and understanding of road etiquette and compliance as they may not have thought about this since passing their basic driving test.
This course additionally outlines and defines the key emotions that can affect driving, so that drivers can better understand their difficulties, better describe their experience and help them deal with day to day frustrations.
Up to date knowledge of the highway code.
Knowing what skills are needed to maintain safer driving practises.
Understanding what triggers challenging behaviour whilst driving.
Being able to compensate for the behaviours of other road users.
Remind and revise the driver in understanding the regulatory framework that governs the road transport industry.
Who should attend?
These courses are interactive and ideal for new drivers on inductions to embed up to date knowledge and awareness. It is also designed for drivers which have been identified as high risk, either by high mileage or having minor incidents.
It is commonly understood that individual differences play a role in safe driving performance and regardless of efforts by organisations to manage work-related road safety, some individuals are more likely to exhibit safe driving behaviour than others.
Course Duration & Delegate numbers
The BAD course is 3.5 hours of learning and is advised to be on a one-to-one basis
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