Road Risk Reduction (R³) is becoming a buzz phrase in the driving industry.
Given vastly increased numbers of road users, driving a vehicle is becoming one of the most dangerous things we do as individuals. R³ aim to reduce this risk with hands-on training programmes for all drivers, particularly young drivers taking the wheel for the first time.
A solid, memorable and correct foundation of attitude and skills is essential for a safe, long-term driving life. Unlike some so-called ‘training’, R³ go beyond simple ‘assessment’ and provide measurable training, showing achievement, development and progression.
For the fleet or corporate driver, we have years of training experience proven to revise attitude, raise awareness and where necessary change driving habits by capturing hearts and minds.
Every course has a driver critique sheet and learning improvement score.
Full day courses include light lunch and refreshments.
Our half day session with plenty of time behind the wheel and quality workshop time understanding what you have just done, will leave you better able to react and respond to those unexpected situations that occur on the road everyday.
You can’t just tell a driver to drive better!
Knowledge, understanding and practice is the R³ mantra.
By capturing hearts-and-minds, R³ put real-life experience into context using monitored and measured professional Instruction at our unique facility near Corby.
What we train not only saves money but could ultimately save a life. Your comments are taken seriously and used constantly to help develop the course.
A great day, superbly run and organised. I will be discussing further with my boss as I see value in this for other BP teams.A Abernethy, BP Oil
Working with R³ now for the past two years, I have had nothing but positive feedback. We will be moving forward to roll this training out more within the group.D Campbell, Eurovia Ringway UK
Thanks to the team and yourself for making today an enlightening, rewarding and educational experience for the team. Feedback from all has been extremely positive.M Archer, Kier Learning & Development advisor