Corporate Clients

Ultimate driver’s offers a number of driver training programs that specific cater to their corporate clients. The two most popular courses taken by our corporate clients are:

If you do not see the answer to your question, please feel free to contact the Ultimate Drivers driving school location that is nearest you. There is a common misconception that driver training is only for teenagers who are in the process of getting their drivers license. While this does make up the bulk of driver education, there is another facet of driving schools that is often overlooked:

This involves a 30 minute in car evaluation and 1 hour group test about attitudes and approaches to driving. The goal of this program is to help drivers identify and reduce risks while driving. This Assessment targets RISK ANALYSIS, the risk potential of High, Medium and low level risks. Our task is to assist the driver in seeking methods of improvement in any of their driving, self-evaluation, or perceptive/attitudinal skills. The end goal is to identify and reduce risk, driving technique is not the priority unless it affects risk.

  • 30 Minutes one on one In-Car Evaluation
  • 30 Minutes to 1 hour of in class Group test about Attitude and approach test towards Driving. (4 participants per group)
  • Assessment report on each Driver.
  • Schedule available Morning, Afternoon and Evening
  • Scheduled at your convenient time. You will be picked up at home, School or work within the same vicinity.
  • $ 95.00
  • (Plus applicable taxes)
  • Drivers must hold a valid full-class G license.
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This is a one day course that focuses on drivers psychomotor and cognitive skills. It includes 3 hours of in-class theory, one hour of in-car evaluation, and a certificate of completion upon successful completion of the course. It is a One full day Program of Re-Training and if necessary improve the drivers psychomotor skills, cognitive skills and effective skills HOWEVER! No Re-training programme can operate in isolation It requires co-operation and motivation from both the company drivers and the company.

  • 3 Hours of  In-Class Theory.
  • 1 hours  Evaluation exercises of In-Car Driving in group of four.
  • Individual skill improvement training based on assessment of evaluation.
  • Certificate Of completion
  • 07:45 - 08:15    Participant Arrival & Registration
  • 08:30 - 10:00    In-Class Theory
  • 10:00 - 13:00    In-Car Driving Exercises
  • 13:00 - 14:00    Lunch
  • 14:00 - 15:45    In-Car Driving Exercises
  • 15:45 - 16:00    Afternoon Snack
  • 16:00 - 17:00    In-Car Driving Exercises
  • Scheduled at your convenient time. You will be picked up at home, School or work within the same vicinity.
  • $ 245.00
  • (Plus applicable taxes)
  • Limited to 20 participants with 2instructors
  • Drivers must hold a valid full-class G license
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Click on the following headers to understand the benefits and reasons why your company driver should take one of the Ultimate Drivers corporate client driver training programs:

There are two main groups of drivers that are at the most risk on the road:

  • New and young drivers between the age of 17-25
  • Company drivers

Younger drivers experience a high rate of collisions largely because of their inexperience and immaturity. Company drivers, on the other hand experience a high volume of accidents because of their extended mileage and time spend on the road.

The statistics don’t lie:
  • The average driver (10,000 miles per year) has a 1 in 7 risk of a collision in any one year.
  • High mileage company drivers (who driver 50,000+per year) see their risk factor increased by some 67%. This is 1 in 3 odds that company drivers will get into an accident in a given year.

Company drivers are bad drivers. They are simple at more risk because of the amount of time they spend on the road.

Drivers that spend extended periods of time of the road can develop poor driving habits. Our corporate driving lessons will help ensure your company drivers are taking all of the necessary precautions.

This is twofold:

  • to identify and correct the aspects of a driver’s skills that could be adjusted to reduce risks
  • to suggest and perhaps demonstrate corrective measures that should counter these risk elements.

Regardless of how much driver training you receives, all drivers are at risk when on the road. The purpose of assessment and correction is to try and reduce these risks to as low a level as possible.

For some drivers this may mean just a few and quite small adjustments to their driving habits. However, for others, it may mean a more extensive approach. The only person who can make these corrections is the driver, through effective driving lessons.

Adjustments to their driving skills can only be made with acceptance and self-motivation. Company drivers that take these driver training courses can feel confident they are doing their best to be safe and responsible drivers.

Corporate driver training and driving lessons is meant to not only provide formal and standardized training that you can provide to all of your company drivers, it also educate drivers about best driving practices to:

  • reduce the risk of a driving-related accidents
  • reduce the stress caused by driving
  • reduce the potential loss of work due to an accident or stress-related illness
  • reduce the potential of long term disability
  • reduce the potential cost of vehicle repairs
  • potentially reduce or contain vehicle insurance costs
  • potentially reduce or contain employer liability costs
  • potentially reduce additional employee cover costs
  • potentially improve productivity and efficiency

Driving statistics tell the truth about what is happening on our roads. The following outlines some important statistics that could impact your company and your company drivers:

  • Over 95% of accidents are caused by driver error
  • The average driver has a 1 in 7 chance of a fatal or serious accident in any one year
  • This risk increases for company drivers by more than 60%… and for young drivers by as much as 60%
  • On average 9.5 people per day are killed by drivers
  • There are 320,000 serious casualties every year. This is 900 per day on average

What are the most common reasons drivers have collisions?

  • inappropriate speed;
  • driving too close;
  • poor observation;
  • not allowing for weather;
  • lack of experience;
  • poor driving techniques;
  • lack of anticipation and planning;
  • lack of care and concern;
  • taking risks/shortcuts; and
  • Vehicle maintenance.

Corporate driver training help company drivers understand the reasons collision occur and help them be more conscious of was to reduce their risk of getting into an accident.

Corporate driver re training will accomplish three things:

  1. Re-assess and if necessary improve the driver’s psychomotor skills
  2. Re-assess and if necessary improve the driver’s cognitive skills
  3. Re-assess and if necessary improve the driver’s effective skills

No re-training program or driving lessons can work in isolation. Top driver training requires co-operation and motivation from both the company drivers and the company driver. They must be willing to not only listen, but also learn and change their current driving habit.

Corporate driving school programs cover:

  • The market and the needs
  • The benefits and the pitfalls
  • Codes of practice specific to the market
  • DSA Fleet Driver Training qualification

If their company employees can reduce their accident rates insurance premiums should be reduced. An employee, having been involved in an accident, will often take time off work for sick leave. This may be from as little as a couple of weeks to a permanent situation. During this period this company may have to pay incapacity benefits and, in addition, pay the costs of a stand-in employee.

Their vehicle may be damaged and may be out of commission until the repairs are completed. This may mean an additional cost of a rental vehicle or an addition to the fleet. The company may have to pay a substantial part of those repair costs depending on their insurance policy.

In addition to this may be hospital fees, administration fees, legal fees, lost goods and just the sheer inconvenience. Quite often companies bear some of these costs where there is no driving accident. Just the stress of regularly commuting can lead to short and long term incapacity.

Whilst a short re-training program for company drivers will not completely eliminate these potential risks and costs, it should reduce the risks, particularly if that company can enlist all of its drivers in a corporate driving school course with Ultimate Drivers.