Driving training courses and schools
Commercial Driver License programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 27 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United Kingdom.



WWP Training Ltd.

Training Centres/Campuses: Basingstoke, Birmingham, Ipswich, Leeds, London, Newcastle, Peterlee, Wellingborough, Windsor, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: 01753 857 828

Driving Change

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Change, by its very nature, can be unsettling. Whilst people are worrying about change, they are less productive and may even be feeling disenfranchised or hostile. However, change is one of the few things we can actually rely on happening! The good news is that change can be communicated as a positive experience. When its dynamics are understood, change can be managed in a way that enables people to cope with it effectively.
This programme is for you if

you want to be able to build a shared vision of the future that can come only through change. You will also learn how to gain true buy-in to change programmes and generate a more productive environment in a changing organisation.
On completion of this course you will be able to:

Understand the reason for change
Understand the impact of change on organisations and people
Minimise the stress that change can create and limit the damage to the business
Maintain better... [Read More]

Driving High Performance

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Performance management should be strategic, in that it involves broader and longer-term organisational goals, whilst linking various aspects of the business, people management, individuals and teams. This involves identifying skills, setting clear objectives and measuring team and individual performance. Staff who understand what is expected of them are more motivated and perform more effectively.
This programme is for you if

you want to develop your own performance management skills in order to improve organisational effectiveness, implement a continuous development of individuals and teams and encourage individuals to behave in a way that allows and fosters better working relationships.
On completion of this course you will be able to:

Identify, encourage and enhance effective behaviour at work
Plan, structure and run performance review meetings
Link rewards to measured performance reactions
Use performance ma... [Read More]


Wilplan Training Limited

Training Centre/Campus: Chorley, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0845 0095647

Chauffeur (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

The term chauffeur is used to describe a person employed to drive a passenger motor vehicle. Originally such drivers were always personal servants of the vehicle owner, but now in many cases specialist chauffeur service companies or individual drivers provide both driver and vehicle for hire, although there are service companies that just provide the driver. Examples of chauffeur jobs can include transporting business executives to and from meetings, escorting public figures and VIP&,#146,s. The job can include very long days with a lot of time spent waiting for your passenger.
It is important when considering this as a career that you enjoy driving, have a high standard of driving ability and know how to control a vehicle in bad weather conditions and in an emergency. You should also have some knowledge of vehicle maintenance, be of smart appearance and polite. In addition, navigation skills are a must. Some local authorities will require you to have a licence but n... [Read More]

BTEC Level 3 Advanced Driving (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

Those working in the security industry as drivers, or whose role involves driving such as Chauffeurs, Close Protection Officers or Surveillance Operatives, need to be highly skilled and knowledgeable on all aspects of driving including everything from driver awareness and risk management skills through to evasive and anti-terrorist driving techniques.
The Advanced Driving course offered by Wilplan covers all of these required skills including driving in hostile environments and driving in the UK where many of the driving techniques need to be adapted in order to rem ain within the law and avoid attracting unwanted police attention.


Carnegie College

Training Centre/Campus: Dunfermline, Scotland, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0844 248 0115

ECDL

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

ECDL is an internationally recognised IT qualification which enables you to use computers and a range of common software packages. ECDL also offers benefits to employers seeking to increase the IT competencies of their staff.
What you’ll study

The course consists of seven modules:
Security for IT Users
IT User Fundamentals
Word Processing
Spreadsheets
Database Software
Presentation Software
Using Email
The Internet


Reed Learning

Training Centres/Campuses: Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds, Little Compton, London, Manchester, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0800 170 7777

Driving Down Costs

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Driving down costs, while maintaining quality service provision, is a preoccupation for practically everyone in every sector. Whilst the recent economic crisis provides a clear imperative, reviewing costs is a valuable exercise at any point, and one that usually falls to the accountants or human resource professionals.
This course aims to give clear structures, tools, tips and techniques for where to start looking, and best practice advice on how to plan, make and communicate cost cutting measures.
Speaker Details
Andrew Wileman is a consultant to CEOs and board-level clients in large multinational enterprises and has run over 50 big one-time cost reduction projects, in Europe and America.
He is also a business writer, author of the recent book Driving down Cost (which was praised highly by the FT and The Economist and was Chartered Accountant Magazine book of the month) and regular contributor to business journals such as Management Today, the FT, and the Con... [Read More]


The Manchester College

Training Centre/Campus: Manchester, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: 08000688585

Driver CPC - Manual Handling

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The aim of this JAUPT (Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training) approved course is to train LGV drivers in manual handling techniques and give them the knowledge and understanding so they can avoid injury. This is a CPC accredited course and can be used towards drivers’ CPC, and drivers’ attendance will be registered with the DSA towards their 35 hours periodic training requirement.

The following areas are covered on the course:
- Defining manual handling
- Accident statistics
- Relevant legislation ie HASAW Act
- Risk assessment
- Consequences of incorrect lifting
- Identifying loads and equipment
- Correct lifting/kinetic lifting methods technique

Driver CPC - Customer Care

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The aim of this JAUPT (Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training) approved course is to improve the performance of drivers in direct contact with customers. This is a CPC accredited course and can be used towards drivers’ CPC, and drivers’ attendance will be registered with the DSA towards their 35 hours periodic training requirement. Participants will work in small groups to share their own ideas about certain aspects of customer care and what they expect from service providers and how it compares with their own delivery.

You will cover the following areas on the course:
- What customers expect
- The `How and What’ of good customer service
- The stress factor
- People skills
- Dealing with difficult customers and conflict avoidance
- Creating a good image


British Safety Council

Training Centre/Campus: London, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44 (0)20 8741 1231


Driver Safety

Course Format: E-learning  V

A quick and easy way to teach your staff how to stay safe on the road.
Overview
A 20-minute course covering safe driving techniques

Helps your organisation ensure compliance with road safety laws

Cost effective way of training a large number of employees at the same time

Minimal interruption to daily work routines

Allows drivers to complete road safety training in their own time

Individual progress captured on our system allowing for detailed reporting and audit trail

Course content
Causes of road accidents

Benefits of driving safely

Reducing driving risks

Your vehicle

Journey planning

Tiredness and fatigue

Alcohol and drugs

Mobile phone use

Driving alone

Breakdown and emergency planning

Multiple-choice test


Adventure Lifesigns

Training Centre/Campus: Puttenham, Surrey, United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44 (0)1483 810785

4x4 Driver Training and Vehicle Recovery

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

Adventure Lifesigns is the home of the ultimate thrill! Our adrenaline-fuelled off-road driver training adventures are the most exhilarating, challenging and fun days out you could have - from tackling mud and sand to turfa winching your vehicle out of extreme bogs!

Located outside Guildford, just fifteen minutes from the M25, our off-road routes take in over 10 miles of truly amazing off-road territory in several distinct zones - from the first mud and water sections all the way through to the thick mud and sand routes that will test even the most experienced driver. It’s the perfect location for getting the most out of your vehicle.

Starting with a comprehensive introduction and demonstration over simple obstacles, your instructor will build your confidence and assess your skills to find an appropriate level on which to begin with your driving experience. Then it’s up to you!

For beginners looking to really stretch their legs or experienced ... [Read More]


UK One Training Solutions Limited

Training Centre/Campus: Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0800 917 6552

Driving Instructor

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Most people want to for the attractive salary, flexible work hours, job security, and the chance to be your own boss. The demand for driving instructors in the UK is on the rise, and with the current economic instability, many people are looking to train in a career that will see them secure for life. Because no previous experience is required to become a driving instructor, people of all ages and from all walks of life are entering the profession every day.

As a driving instructor your day will be spent teaching people to drive safely, to understand the Highway Code, and develop the skills which they will need to pass their driving test. You will need to give each student targeted lessons depending on their strengths and weaknesses, constantly assessing them and adapting the training program to suit their needs. So what does a driving instructor earn? Well that depends on you. Because when you become a driving instructor you will have the choice to work as many or as ... [Read More]


Pitman Training

Training Centres/Campuses: Bristol, Cardiff, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Nottingham, Plymouth, Southampton, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0333 200 4562

ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This is the professionally-written route to gaining your ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) qualifications - an ECDL course split into modules to give you the options you need to suit your qualification needs and future career plans.

Module 1 covers security for IT users. Module 2 takes you through IT fundamentals. The third module concentrates on Microsoft Word. The fourth of these ECDL modules covers Excel and spreadsheets. Module 5 introduces the database program, Access, while the sixth module covers Microsoft PowerPoint presentation software. The final modules are vital ones on email, the internet and how you can improve your productivity using IT. What’s more, all our modules are approved by the ECDL Foundation and the British Computer Society (BCS).

Our ECDL training is based on self-study - giving you the flexibility to train at a time and a pace which suits you. And ECDL qualifications from Pitman Training are recognised not only nationally but i... [Read More]


ATB Rider Training

Training Centre/Campus: Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0114 2619911

Restricted Licence

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The training for the restricted licence and the practical test takes place on a 125cc motorcycle, which must be capable of a speed of at least 100 Kph.

You will be trained to ride the machine beyond the test standard and the training will include:

Dual carriageways.
Overtaking.
Riding in towns and cities.
Riding on country roads.
Slow control.
U turns.
Emergency stops.
Effective observations.
Safe use of roundabouts.
Hazard & road awareness.
Road courtesy.

Direct Access Scheme (D.A.S)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The direct access scheme allows people over 21 years of age to obtain a full unrestricted motorcycle licence after successful completion of the practical motorcycle test.

Prior to taking the practical motorcycle test you must have a valid C.B.T. certificate and have also completed the motorcycle theory test, however you can start your D.A.S. training prior to taking your theory test, if you so wish.

Your D.A.S. Training takes place on motorcycles of over 46.6bhp, normally at least a 500cc motorcycle.
You will be trained to ride the machine beyond the test standard and the training will include:

Dual carriageways.
Overtaking.
Riding in towns and cities.
Riding on country roads.
Slow control.
U turns.
Emergency stops.
Effective observations.
Safe use of roundabouts.
Hazard & road awareness.
Road courtesy.

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