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Driving for Work Courses

Human Focus offers the following e-Learning courses under the driving for work toolkit:

Advanced Driving Skills Training

Course Duration: Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes
Aimed at all staff members – intermediate

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Car Inspection Training

Course Duration: 25+ minutes
Aimed at all staff members – awareness

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Driver Risk Profiler

Course Duration: 15+ minutes
Aimed at all staff members – risk profiler

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Driving for Work – Distractions

Course Duration: 25+ minutes
Aimed at all staff members – awareness

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Driving for Work – Speed

Course Duration: 30+ minutes
Aimed at all staff members – awareness

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Highway Code Changes 2022

Course Duration: 10+ minutes
Aimed at general public – awareness

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Light Commercial Vehicle Inspection Training

Course Duration: 25+ minutes
Aimed at all staff members – awareness

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Driving can be a high risk work activity. Department of Transport figures suggest that a third of all reported road traffic incidents involve a person who is driving for work purposes.

The effective management of work-related road safety can reduce the risk of accidents for all types of organisations. It ultimately results in the following benefits:

  • Fewer injuries to drivers
  • Minimum work-related illnesses
  • Less stress and improved morale

Driving for Work e-Learning Courses by Human Focus

Human Focus International offers a wide range of online e-learning courses to ensure well-executed corporate health and safety environments. These courses help minimise the risk of accidents across a wide range of jobs and tasks.

Human Focus International’s driving for work training courses focus on organisational and employee responsibilities whilst demonstrating techniques to improve driver safety.

They explore various factors that result in work-related driving incidents. The training further explores essential safety measures for reducing the risks of road accidents.

How Can an Organisation Manage Work-Related Road Safety?

Organisations have a legal duty to implement suitable systems to manage the health, safety and wellbeing of all their employees.  The following approach can help establish effective health and safety arrangements to minimise the risk of work-related road accidents.

Plan → Do → Check → Act


  • Manage, execute and consolidate a health and safety activities in an organisation’s policies.


  • Prioritise and control of the associated risks
  • Provide relevant training to employees


  • Monitor the employees’ performance to ensure work-related road safety and driving for work policy has been implemented effectively


  • Review and assess employees’ performance and knowledge due to the implemented policies

Employers Responsibilities

The Driving at Work Guidelines by HSE states that Health and Safety law applies to all on-the-road work activities. Risk should be managed as per the company’s health & safety system.

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is a primary legislation that covers occupational health and safety in the UK and driving for work laws. Under this act, employers need to protect their employees, so far as is reasonably practicable, from the risks of work-related accidents including those encountered whilst driving for work.

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Any Prerequisites?

The driving for work awareness training toolkit considers trainees as drivers who already know how to drive. However, no prior course certification is required for registering to take these safer driving courses.

Aims of Driving for Work – Training Courses

The aim of these driving courses is to make the trainee a safer driver who can identify different driving hazards and minimise risk accordingly. The training also helps to assess and improve the trainee’s driving ability and skills, respectively.

Learning Outcomes of Driver Training Courses Online

The learning outcomes for each Human Focus  driving for work course are as follows:

Driving For Work What Everyone Needs to Know – Part 1 Speed

  • Driving speeds & their associated risks
  • Driving tips to keep everyone safe on the road

Driving For Work What Everyone Needs to Know – Part 2 Distractions

  • The effect of driving distractions on the driver’s attention
  • The importance of good journey planning to reduce driving risks
  • Awareness of the signs of driver fatigue and practical actions to avoid fatigue whilst driving

Driver Risk Profiler

  • Assessment of the trainee’s driving abilities
  • Identification of various driving hazards
  • Improvement in trainee’s driving skills

Vehicle Inspection – Light Commercial

  • Awareness of the legal duties regarding vehicle inspection
  • Assisting vehicle operators to perform vehicle inspection and its contents
  • Practical actions to improve the safety of drivers and all other road users

Why Choose Human Focus for the Driving for Work e-Learning Courses?

  • Complete content compliant with Health and Safety legislation
  • RoSPA, IIRSM and NTU approved certificates upon successful completion of the driver for training course
  • Learning at trainee’s pace! The Human Focus LMS keeps a record of trainees’ progress with the course and allows them to complete it, at their convenience
  • Cost-effective & time-saving online e-learning courses – no need to go to a training centre
  • Quick learning through high-quality videos and animations
  • Records Management provides evidence for defence claims
  • Available around the clock

End of Course Test and Certification

The driving courses conclude with a knowledge test to evaluate trainee’s learning. Moreover, short in-course tests through the sections help to reinforce training and ensure maximum user engagement.

Moreover, e-certificates, training progress, and results are all stored via the Human Focus LMS. This data is accessible at any time to reprint certificates, check the marks obtained, and act as proof of legal compliance.

The downloadable e-certificates include trainee name, course name, completion date, and expiry date (where applicable). The driver programmes have been independently approved by trusted organisations such as RoSPA, IIRSM, and Nottingham Trent University.

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