Learn How to Influence Driver Behaviour, 11-13th February 2014
If you are planning on implementing a behaviour based driver safety programme in 2014, you or your colleagues may be interested in attending our forthcoming short course:
Driver Risk Index Workshop™: Implementing a Behaviour Based Driver Safety Programme, at Cranfield University, on 11-13th February 2014.
Led by Course Director, Dr Lisa Dorn, this 3 day course is designed for driver trainers and managers who want to use the Driver Risk Index™ to identify behavioural risks and to implement effective programmes to change high risk driver behaviours.
It is a highly practical course that equips delegates with the knowledge and skills to successfully risk assess drivers and implement behavioural change programmes compatible with a range of driver training approaches, including workshops and in-vehicle training.
By attending you will learn about:
- The psychological principles underpinning driver behaviour
- The behavioural factors that influence crash risk
- How to interpret Driver Risk Index™ profile reports to an advanced level
- Practical techniques and strategies to influence driver behaviour and mitigate risk
- How to design and implement a Coaching Goals Plan
Or email us to book or to ask any questions.