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Corporate Defensive Driver (2 Day)

Corporate Driver Awareness Course

"[This course] dispelled some urban myths. Examples and activities were informative and life changing (saving too)!"


Completed the Corporate Driver Course, January 2016

"I have gained more awareness of what I can do to avoid crashes and the implications of some minor driving habits. It's been a really great and worthwhile course. I wish at least one day of it was compulsory for all drivers."


Completed the Corporate Driver Course, June 2016

Driver Training for Corporate Drivers

Tailored course pricing available

Often drivers are rushing from one job to another, travelling long distances in order to do their day’s work, concentrating more on their work than on their driving, but still coping with the inconveniences of road works, peak hour traffic and other road users. We address these issues and teach techniques that will help you not only to drive more safely, but also to feel more relaxed at the end of the drive.

If Managers of corporate fleet drivers have identified particular issues or areas of concern, we can design the course to address those problem areas, or we can extend training to cover those areas of concern.

Day One

Present the components of safe road use
Understanding the importance of the eyes, learning to direct and trust our vision and response inputs
Ensure correct seating position
Figure of eight
Low speed slalom - encourage leading hand steering
Increase speed - develop visual application dynamic feel
Develop clients normal and emergency braking skills
Incorporate either brake and evade or curved braking to further assess and develop visual skills and application
Introduction to Roadcraft skills
Hang back
System (mirrors - signals - brakes)
Blind spot check
Correct - speed
Correct - position
Check for:
Speed & space management.
Visual response - primary - peripheral, scanning, particularly speed judgement of vehicles approaching from right or left at intersections.
Spatial awareness.
Response timing.

Day Two

Vision and Vehicle control
Techniques for improving vehicle control
Pre-drive set-up
Emergency braking in various conditions
Curve braking/Vision
Low risk defensive driving on the road
Following distances
Observation and scanning
Anticipation and forward planning
Crash causes and defensive tactics
Co-operation, not competition
Brake & evade (or collision avoidance)
Lane change
Cornering techniques
Cornering lines
Weight transfer
Blind spots/lane change at speed
Skid prevention and recovery
On-road defensive driving
Individual assessments

What to bring

  • Driver's licence
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water bottle
  • Sensible shoes

Important Details

  • Bookings are essential
  • Course starts at 8:30am (please arrive by 8:15am / finishes 4:00pm)
  • Chilled drinking water and tea and coffee available
  • All Roadcraft courses have a Lay-By system
  • Course must be paid for in full before course can be attended
  • EFTPOS and Credit Card facilities available

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Frequently Asked Questions

AYou need to arrive at 8:15am for an 8:30am start (unless advised of anything different)

Q What time do I need to be there on the day?

A You need to arrive at 8:15am for an 8:30am start (unless advised of anything different)

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