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E-Training World Launches System for the Republic of Ireland
11/11/2013

Leading online driver profiling and e-driver training specialist, E-Training World, has launched a new system for the Republic of Ireland.

It follows the same proven structure as E-Training World’s highly acclaimed UK system, offering companies in Eire the ability to risk assess and train drivers online.

“We’re delighted to launch a Republic of Ireland system,” said Graham Hurdle, managing director. “There has been a lot of interest from Eire in our systems, and we’re thrilled to now be able offer companies with cars, vans and HGVs a system tailored to Irish road laws and driving.”

E-Training World’s award winning driver profiling system assesses risk by evaluating a driver’s attitude, knowledge, concentration and observation, and hazard perception skills. Proven to accurately determine driver risk it was one of the first systems in the fleet sector and is now used by some of the largest companies in the UK, as well as many smaller companies.

Also on offer is a portfolio of e-driver training modules covering a whole host of topics, such as rear end collisions, parking and manoeuvring, vehicle checks, mobile phones, speed awareness and so on.

“This new Irish system will provide an excellent tool for our UK partners who manage, lease, insure or provide driver training to fleets in the Republic of Ireland,” said Graham. “We can also offer it directly to any business in Eire looking to assess and train drivers online.”

For more information, contact Jonathan Mosley, Director of Sales & Marketing on 0845 260 7998 or email jonathan@e-trainingworld.com