The DriveWise approach
The DriveWise approach focuses on the top two qualities of great drivers – being predictable and being proactive. It is simple, realistic and highly engaging.
Experience shows that the best way of delivering improvements in one area may not be right for a different area. This is why DriveWise offers a range of different intervention types.
Don’t settle for one size fits all!
With DriveWise, each intervention is specifically designed to address the particular profile and risk factors associated with each driver. Sessions can take place in-vehicle or in a classroom, one-to-one or in groups.
For example, a driver may have more than one SP30 endorsement on their licence, which would be best addressed with in-vehicle one-to-one coaching.
This form of intervention would allow the coach to understand and get to the real root cause of the issue.
By contrast, for obvious practical reasons, mobile phone use is best dealt with away from the vehicle, and a group discussion may also be helpful.
In-Vehicle Coaching Approach
– Competency model of learning
Our courses use a psychological principle of learning known as the Competency Model, which describes the stages that people follow on the journey towards excellence in any skill – such as driving.
Workshops are offered when they are more suitable than one-to-one in-vehicle coaching. These are delivered through an interactive session with plenty of discussion and group participation. They may be held in a classroom or as a practical session involving a vehicle. Workshops are a fantastic way to instil and reinforce a positive driving culture throughout your organisation.
Why you should choose DriveWise?
All our courses are engaging, interactive and delivered by trained professionals. By choosing DriveWise, not only are you helping your employees to ensure they become better drivers, you are improving safety for them and all road users, reducing incidents and gaining maximum ROI that will make a real difference to your organisation.