Fleet - Professional Driver Upgrade
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Parts of Evaluation
In-vehicle knowledge evaluations identify areas of driver performance that can be improved through:
- Targeted coaching activities
- One-on-one sessions with instructors
- Driving and attitudinal assessments
The program quickly identifies areas of driver performance that need improvement.
Due to the tight integration of driving activity, followed up by coaching, the Professional Driver Upgrade is an effective behaviour change tool.
Time Breakdown (1:1 instructor-client ratio)
General knowledge test: 30 minutes
Three-part multiple-choice test evaluates knowledge of:
- General traffic safety knowledge
- Driving procedures
Vision test: 15 minutes
Evaluates static visual acuity.
On road evaluation: 30 minutes
Consists of a 30-minute drive in an urban or rural setting in which the instructor observes and evaluates a wide range of driving behaviours.
Remedial on-road training: 30 minutes
Addresses the performance shortfalls that were highlighted in the road evaluation with a positive coaching/training session. A written report is also compiled based on the road evaluation and the remedial road training sessions.
Feedback and attitudinal assessment: 30 minutes
An attitudinal assessment is made during the road and vision evaluations. Feedback is provided both verbally and in writing (to the employer).
Also available - Remedial training
It is recommended that any driver who does not receive a passing grade on the Professional Driver Upgrade, and who demonstrates below average driving skills, take remedial training.
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