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E-Training World to Extend its Online Services

E-Training World will be launching a new range of online driver risk assessments this summer, with the introduction of three new systems.

From September 2012, companies will be able to assess motorbike riders, emergency services drivers and minibus drivers.

The additions come at a time when online driver risk assessments are accelerating in demand, and follow the successful launch of E-Training World’s HGV assessment earlier this year.

“We’re making excellent progress with the development of these three new assessments,” said Jonathan Mosley, director of sales and marketing, “and the reason we’ve decided to announce them in advance is because we’d be keen to hear from any organisations operating these types of vehicles who may wish to share with us their own particular experiences around at-work drivers/riders.

“All of our systems are skills and knowledge based, they are developed by driver trainers, road safety officers and experts in each particular field, and we follow a proven structure of assessing attitude, knowledge, concentration and observation, and hazard perception – all of which result in individual risk ratings per section, and an overall driver rating of high, medium or low.

“If fleet managers, or health and safety managers, wish to share their experiences of driver risk and the types of incidents that are causing them the greatest problems we would be pleased to hear from them during the development stages. We may also appreciate any assistance with the system trials prior to launch from one or two fleet operators.”

For more information contact Jonathan Mosley, Director – Sales and Marketing on 0845 260 7998 or email