£12.00 = 1yr access
CPD-accredited online course providing the knowledge needed to become a safer driver.
Defensive driving is the adoption of a proactive mindset, one in which hazards are anticipated rather than simply reacted to. This mindset provides defensive drivers with more time to respond to hazards, reducing the chance of an accident.
- 1,770 reported road deaths
- 26,610 people killed or seriously injured
- 165,100 casualties of all severities
In this short and engaging online course, driver safety expert Vicky Lovell takes you on a commentary drive and highlights defensive driving advice based on C.O.A.S.T. (Concentration, Observation, Anticipation, Space and Time) to develop your defensive driving mindset and help make every journey safer for you and other road users.
To reduce the risk of incident, serious injury and death while driving.
On completion of this course you will know:
| What Defensive Driving is
| Why it is important
| The safe driving choices in specific situations
| What is Defensive Driving?
| Why this course is important for you
| Introducing C.O.A.S.T
| What affects concentration?
| Observation exercise
| Commentary drive (video)
Anyone who drives as part of their job. You, or someone you manage, may not have undertaken any further driving instruction since passing the initial driving test, despite driving likely being the most hazardous part of the working day. Safer drivers mean lower risks to you, your employees, their passengers, other road users and your brand.
What is included in this online Defensive Driving training course?
| 40 minutes of instruction led by Vicky Lovell
| Final assessment to evidence learning
| CPD-accredited: 4 CPD credits
| Emailed certificate (£5 for posted version)
| Digital badge to display on your website, CV or Linkedin profile
| Bulk licence discount
| Minimum 80% pass mark of final short assessment
| Assessment may be retaken if required
| Certificate emailed on completion
| Option to purchase hard copy
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