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Driver training modules

AutoSense has developed a suite of short e-learning modules designed to reinforce safer driving principles and raise awareness of risk.

Choose from two solutions

All the modules can either drop directly into your existing Learning Management System (LMS) or we can create a LMS solution specifically for your business: 

Use your own LMS​. AutoSense assists to load modules and guide the process for launching and reporting of completion results.

Autosense Dochebo. AutoSense sets up your employees on our LMS system and will manage the implementation process for you; an end-to-end solution.

All results are recorded and stored in your LMS.

The modules

Introduction to safer driving modules

Module 1: Introduction to safer driving – Hazard identification and journey planning


This module covers basic awareness of journey planning, scanning, hazard perception. There is a great video sequence that demonstrates how to identify hazards on the road. The module takes around seven minutes and contains several self-assessment questions.




Module 2: Introduction to safer driving – Distractions and attention diverted


This module covers one of the major causes of accidents “distractions and attention diverted”. The module discusses behaviours and habits that drivers should look out for and how to avoid falling into the common traps. The module takes around fiveminutes and contains several self-assessment questions.




Module 3: Introduction to safer driving – Fatigue


This module covers the dangers of driving when fatigued. Fatigue is emerging as a serious concern especially for shift workers, transport operators and those with a sleep related medical condition. The module raises awareness of what fatigue “feels/ looks like” some basic coping strategies. The module takes around five minutes and contains several self-assessment questions.





Road safety awareness modules

Module 1: Introduction to safer driving – Hazard identification and journey planning


This module covers basic awareness of journey planning, scanning, hazard perception. There is a great video sequence that demonstrates how to identify hazards on the road. The module takes around seven minutes and contains several self-assessment questions.




Module 2: Introduction to safer driving – Distractions and attention diverted


This module covers one of the major causes of accidents “distractions and attention diverted”. The module discusses behaviours and habits that drivers should look out for and how to avoid falling into the common traps. The module takes around fiveminutes and contains several self-assessment questions.




Module 3: Introduction to safer driving – Fatigue


This module covers the dangers of driving when fatigued. Fatigue is emerging as a serious concern especially for shift workers, transport operators and those with a sleep related medical condition. The module raises awareness of what fatigue “feels/ looks like” some basic coping strategies. The module takes around five minutes and contains several self-assessment questions.