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Safe Driving Practices

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£199 inc VAT
Or £66.33/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
1 hour
Access to content
12 months
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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This Driving online training course was created by industry specialists to provide you with a thorough understanding of the Driving subject. The Driving Course is divided into easy-to-understand modules that break down each topic and ensure that all of our students have a comprehensive learning experience. Even the most safety-conscious driver is at risk of engaging in driving behaviors that could easily lead to a crash on today’s crowded highways. Change in weather or road conditions, or suddenly driving too fast becomes a risk factor. Impaired performance because of fatigue looking and not seeing or, failing to look, inattention or daydreaming or an unexpected external distraction can all lead to a truck crash.

Our Safe Driving Practices course focuses on raising the consciousness of drivers about common driving errors and providing valuable driving tips through easily accessible tools.

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of accidental deaths and injuries in the United States. Many businesses and agencies have recognized the direct benefits of safe driving programs, not only in the number of lives saved and injuries reduced, but also in the decreased hospitalization costs, lost production time, vehicle downtime, and insurance rates.

This Driving course will help you recognize what it means to be a “safe” driver and will help you identify areas you may need to focus on to increase your own safe driving skills. Using safe choices and habits, you will learn how to make good choices for safety and how to develop good habits to avoid the bad choices other drivers may make.

This Safe Driving Practices course package includes —

  • FREE PDF and Hard Copy Certificate in ZERO Expenditure
  • Comprehensive lessons and training provided by experts on Safe Driving Practices
  • Interactive online learning experience provided by qualified professionals at your convenience
  • 24/7 Access to the course materials and learner assistance
  • Easy accessibility from any smart device (Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone etc.)
  • A happy and handy learning experience for the professionals and students
  • 100% learning satisfaction, guaranteed by Compliance Central — a leading compliance training provider approved by National Safety Council, IAO & ROSPA

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Learning Outcome of Safe Driving Practices course:

By the end of the Safe Driving Practices course learners will be able to demonstrate that they can:

  • Learn how to avoid accidents that commonly occur during start-up/back-up procedures, parking, negotiating intersections and establishing right-of-way
  • Assess your own driving behaviors, and identify the attitudes, behaviors, and actions that characterize a safe driver, in order to identify what you may change or improve to be a safer driver, and recognize the tools a safe driver uses, such as maintaining space and using your eyes, to increase safety on the road.
  • Recognize how the choices you make impact safety and identify what safe choices you can make outside the vehicle, as well as those you make once you first get into the vehicle and during the drive, including managing in-vehicle distractions.
  • Recognize safe driving habits to help protect yourself and others from the risk of injury on the road, how maintaining space impacts safety, and identify how you can anticipate unsafe drivers or hazardous situations, including adverse weather or traffic congestion, and safely respond.

Course Curriculum of Safe Driving Practices:

Take a look at the training modules of the Safe Driving Practices course:

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  • Driving Module 01: The Driving Instructor

    • Driving - Skills and Knowledge
    • Driving - Daily Tasks
    • Driving - Qualities of Good Instructor
    • Driving - Be an Effective Instructor
      • Responsibility
      • Concentration
      • Anticipation
      • Patience
      • Confidence
      • Knowledge
      • Communication
      • Awareness
    • ADI Qualification
    • ORDIT

    Driving Module 02: Structured Driver Training

    • Driving - Methods of Learning
      • Learning by Repetition (Rote)
      • Learning by Understanding (Gestalt)
      • Coaching
    • Driving - Teaching and Learning
    • Driving - Skill Training
      • Teaching a Skill
    • Driving - Structuring the Learning
    • Driving - Driver Training Syllabus
    • Driving - Corrections on the Move
    • Driving - Dual Controls
      • Verbal intervention
      • Physical intervention
    • Driving - Assessments and Standards

    Driving Module 03: The ADI Exams

    • Driving - Examination Structure
    • Driving - Requirements for ADI
    • Driving - Application for Registration
    • Driving - Exemptions to the ADI Regulations
    • Driving - Criminal History Checks
    • Driving - Part 1: Theory and Hazard Perception
      • Hazard Perception Test
    • Driving - Part 2: Driving Ability
    • Driving - 3: Instructional Ability
      • The Test
      • The role play situation
      • The marking sheet
    • Driving - ADI Check Test
      • Test Frequency
    • Driving - Trainee Licence

    Driving Module 04: Communication Skills and Dealing with a New Client

    • Driving - Communication Skills
      • Verbal
      • Listening
      • Briefings and Explanations
      • Body Language
      • Feedback
    • Driving - Having Equipment Ready to Hand
    • Driving - the First Contact: the Telephone
      • Dealing with Younger Caller
      • Dealing with Parent
      • Sales Pitch
      • Closing Call
    • Driving - Making the Second Contact: The Doorstep
      • Establishing Terms and Conditions
    • Driving - Making the third contact: the lesson
    • Driving - Maintaining Professional Standards
      • Safe Conversation
      • Physical Contact
    • Driving - Dealing with Payment Problems
      • Being Firm
      • Dealing with Non-Payments
      • It Cuts Both Ways
      • Signing the Terms and Conditions
    • Driving - Losing Clients
      • Personality Clash
      • Other Reasons
    • Driving - Arranging Lessons with Family and Friends

    Driving Module 05: Learning to Drive

    • Driving - Lesson Ingredients
    • Driving - Vehicle Familiarisation
      • The Cockpit Drill
      • Main Controls
      • Dealing with ‘Main Controls’ on Part 3 Exam
    • Driving - Moving Off and Stopping
      • Practice
      • Dealing with It on Part 3 Exam
    • Driving - Use of Mirrors
    • Driving - Use of Signals
      • Dealing with ‘Signals’ on the Part 3 Exam
    • Driving - Turning and Emerging at Junctions
      • Dealing with ‘Junctions’ on the Part 3 Exam
    • Driving - Crossroads
      • Dealing with ‘Crossroads’ on the Part 3 Exam
    • Driving - Meeting and Dealing with Other Traffic
    • Driving - Manoeuvres
      • Maneuvers on Driving Tests
    • Driving - Emergency Stop
    • Driving - Pedestrian Crossings

    Driving Module 06: Driving Large Vehicles

    • Driving - LGV Driver
    • Driving - LGV Driving Licences
    • Driving - Young LGV Driver Scheme
    • Driving - LGV Theory Test
      • Syllabus
    • Driving - LGV Practical Test
      • Practical Test Syllabus
    • Driving - Driver CPC
      • Exemptions
      • Practical Test
      • Syllabus
    • Driving - LGV Instructor Qualifications
    • Driving - Register of LGV Instructors
    • Driving - Fleet Driver Training Register

    Driving Module 07: Assessment Items

    • Driving - Observation
    • Driving - Signalling
    • Driving - Gap Selection
    • Driving - Speed Choice
    • Driving - Following Distance
    • Driving - Lateral Position
    • Driving - Parking
    • Driving - Leaving Parking
    • Driving - Turning Movement
    • Driving - Stage Assessment Items
      • Lateral Position
      • Control
    • Driving - Critical Errors
      • Too Slow
      • Fail to Look
      • Fail to Signal
      • Block Pedestrian Crosswalk
      • Mount Kerb
      • Stall
      • Incomplete Stop
    • Driving - Immediate Termination Errors

    Driving Module 08: Disabilities and Impairments

    • Driving - Types of Disabilities
    • Driving - Vehicle Adaptations
    • Driving - Impaired Hearing
    • Driving - Autism
    • Driving - Methods of Teaching
    • Driving - Reading and Understanding Problems
    • Driving - Applying for Tests


Safe Driving

You can instantly download your certificate for FREE right after finishing the Safe Driving Practices course. The hard copy of the certification will also be sent right at your doorstep via post for FREE (if claimed by learner). All of our courses are continually reviewed to ensure their quality, and that provide appropriate current training for your chosen subject. As such, although certificates do not expire, it is recommended that they are reviewed or renewed on an annual basis.

Who is this course for?

This comprehensive course is ideal for individuals associated with the sectors such as:

  • Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) drivers
  • Anyone who transport automobiles, light trucks, vans, or crushed or flattened vehicles
  • Any kind of drivers


There are no formal entry requirements for the Driving bundle, with enrollment open to anyone! Anyone and everyone with a knack for learning can enrol on this course without any hesitation.

Learn online from any internet device, including your computer, tablet or smartphone. Study when it suits you and complete the Driving Course at your own pace.

Career path

Learners will be able to seek a variety of promising and exciting careers after completing this Driving course, such as —

  • Driver
  • Driving Instructor
  • Truck Driving Trainer
  • LGV trainer

These job opportunities usually pay between £10,000 - £30,000 a year on average.

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