Stirling Group plans to reduce driving related incidents with accredited training

Stirling Group plans to reduce the number of driving related incidents with its advanced and defensive driver training, which has just been accredited by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

The training is to be led by internationally qualified advanced driver training instructors who hold the RoSPA Master Trainer and Examiner qualification. Stirling Group is accredited to deliver basic road safety, 4x4 and off-road, and driver development training to anywhere in the world.

Simon Williams, Stirling Group’s global director for safe journey management said: “This is a great addition to our current accreditations and reinforces our commitment to providing a full range of industry recognised qualifications to help organisations reduce risk and increase safety performance.”

“We are continually tailoring our training courses to ensure compliance in the hazardous, high-risk, and hostile environments in which our customers operate. The RoSPA accreditation supports our drive to become the leading training provider in this field, as we continue to gain industry leading accreditations to develop and deliver high-quality training programmes essential for operations in the energy sector. We are proud to have some of the most highly qualified personnel in the defensive and advanced driver training sectors.” said Mr Cory Fee, Stirling Group’s regional manager for safe journey management.

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Published on 10/09/2015


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