25 Abril 2012
| Signatory Event
Fleet managers, driver trainers and community campaigners can attend a low cost one-day course by Brake that trains you to deliver Brake's Pledge campaign to drivers in your workplace or town.
The course trains you to lead discussion-based workshops with drivers on the most important safety topics including speed, drink and drug driving, and fatigue. Course delegates get password access to online Pledge interactive learning tools and a comprehensive guide to delivering the Pledge campaign, available through this website.
Workshops are FREE to named Fleet Safety Forum subscribers, and families who have been bereaved in a road crash.
For non-subscribers workshops cost just £75 (+VAT) and include a year’s FREE subscription to Brake’s Fleet Safety Forum (retails at up to £155 (+VAT)).
Programme of Workshops:
Thursday 20 September 2012 - Birmingham
Tuesday 16 October 2012 – London
Wednesday 7 November 2012 - Sheffield
Tuesday 22 January 2013 - Manchester
Tuesday 12 March 2013 - Leeds
Tuesday 23 April 2013 - Bristol
Wednesday 22 May 2013 - Edinburgh
Tuesday 18 June 2013 – Nottingham
If you can’t see a date in your area, please contact Brake to register your interest and we will let you know when a workshop is set up near you. We can also arrange in-house workshops for companies - call to find out details.
Tracey Scarr from Arval says:
“The fleet driver training has created a lasting impression in the minds and behaviours of every one of the 700 Arval staff that have attended in the last couple of years. I absolutely love delivering all the life-saving messages, because I know that they really can save lives, time and time again.”
FORTHCOMING WORKSHOP DATES:
Wednesday 25 April 2012 - Bristol
Wednesday 23 May 2012 - Edinburgh
Wednesday 13 June 2012 - Nottingham
10.30am- 3.30pm, including lunch.
These workshops are kindly sponsored by:
Additional thanks go to ARVAL UK Ltd, Digby Brown, Irwin Mitchell, Lyons Davidson, Nelsons Law and Pannone LLP for kindly providing venues and refreshments.
United Kingdom | 19 Abr 2012