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Brake to run Pledge at-work road safety training courses

Brake is to deliver a series of one-day Pledge training course to help provide UK fleets with tools to address at-work road safety.

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The courses aim to provide employers with the tools to educate at-work drivers.

Supported by Arval, the courses will provide employers with the tools to educate at-work drivers on six key areas of road safety. The courses will be delivered by experienced trainer and long-standing Brake supporter Tracey Fuller from Arval.

Course attendees will also receive access to Brake’s toolkit of Pledge resources, which includes advice for managers on delivering and implementing different areas of the Pledge, and also educational tools such as videos and posters on the six Pledge points.

The programme kicks off in Birmingham on Wednesday 10 May followed by Wednesday 5 July 2017 in Manchester, Tuesday 19 September 2017 in Edinburgh, Tuesday 10 October 2017 in Swindon and Tuesday 5 December 2017 in Birmingham.

The courses are free to attend for Brake Professional members, and £90 + VAT for non-members. All non-members who attend will receive one year’s free Brake Professional membership.

Zari’aat Masood, professional engagement officer at Brake, said: “The Pledge provides employers with the training and tools to engage their staff with essential road safety messages. The day-long course can be adapted to suit organisations of all sizes and at any stage of their road risk management journey. It’s incredibly versatile and can be used by organisations with existing road safety programmes as a supplementary resource, providing an interactive course and additional online resources to support current policies.”

For more information and to book online, visit, contact Brake on +44(0)1484 559909 or [email protected]. Brake can also arrange in-house training sessions on request.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 14 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie works across the magazine portfolio and updates the company websites with daily news, interviews and road test content.