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Driving Standards will improve the moment you conduct an assessment
08/06/2015

Driver profiling is generally seen as the process of assessing a driver’s risk, and identifying their strengths and weaknesses, ahead of decisions being taken about their required training.

However according to Jonathan Mosley, sales and marketing director of E-Training World, by conducting an assessment causes drivers to think more about their own driving, raises awareness in their minds of many areas that pose a risk whilst driving and helps them learn – even during the assessment process.

Better still, E-Training World’s system trains drivers during the assessment by providing correct answers after each question and a full explanation.

“It’s a myth to think that the risk assessment is purely designed to find out what training a driver requires,” said Jonathan.

“The assessment process itself is helping drivers understand many of the key factors that underpin safe driving, including attitude, knowledge, concentration/observation and hazard perception skills.

“As a result, we get great feedback from drivers saying that they learned a great deal just from being assessed, and we see it as the moment when drivers start to behave differently on the road, driving with greater awareness, a better attitude and more safely – all of which is a great step forward in reducing accidents and costs.”

For information about E-Training World’s online driver risk assessment system, please contact Jonathan Mosley on 0845 260 7998 or jonathan@e-trainingworld.com