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Our refresher training program for corporate fleets is uniquely designed to teach important aspects of safe vehicle operation. DriveWise encourages all companies to make safe driving an important part of their employees’ lives, whether you want to properly train your sales staff or maintenance department,improve safe driving practices away from the office, or demonstrate the benefits of driving more efficiently.​​

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  • DriveWise has established itself as a premier provider of driver training for some of the country’s largest corporate fleets. Programs focus on company policies, and specific driving issues and needs.

  • Blended learning approach using virtual reality simulation and interactive in-class instruction. Targeted learning topics will address your specific risks, concerns and procedures.

  • Our program is four (4) hours in duration. Each program has a maximum loading of ten (10) participants per session. For groups larger than six people, two instructors are deployed. One instructor will conduct the classroom session while the other facilitates the simulation labs.

  • The programs are all rooted in the DriveWise 6-Star Approach to Cooperative Driving. This proven learning model reinforces good driving habits while modifying drivers’ behaviours, and improving their decision making ability.

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Progrm Highlights
Reducing Risk and Increasing Your Safety

DriveWise has a proprietary instructional design system that features:

  • A program targeting cognitive skills, behaviours, decision making and situational awareness which research has proven are the main causal factors in driving incidents.

  • A traditional ADDIE Design with the Kirkpatrick 4 Levels of Evaluation embedded in the process to ensure your desired results are identified, quantified and an action plan to achieve

  • The incorporation of Stress Exposure Training principles to build learner awareness and response to acute stressors he/she will encounter in normal and high risk situations.

  • Formal program report with lesson plan outline, per-participant record of training and attendance, data slicing for trend identification, and participant feedback forms.

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