Yes, we can train on site. In order for us to run a class at the client’s premises, we require a minimum number of 8 candidates for a 1-day programme and 10 candidates for a 2-day programme.
Yes, we train on all codes of vehicles
Light motor vehicles
Rigid Motor vehicles
Articulated Motor vehicles (Vehicle combinations)
We will assesses based on the needs of the client. If they can supply us with a vehicle then we can train the driver out of operations. If they don’t want a disruption in operations, we can assess the driver while he is on the job. This is a good form of evaluation if one needs to find out how the driver behaves in the field.
Yes, we have a national and international footprint.
A defensive driver certificate does not have an expiry date, it is however best practice to retain driver every two years.
A novice driver will be trained for 2 days.
A renewal/refresher driver will need 1 day to retrain.
As per the Driven Machinery Regulations Act, it takes 5 days of training to train a novice operator.
A renewal operator needs to be in the classroom for 4 hours and then needs to complete a 1 on 1, 1-hour assessment with the instructor.
No, we do not train people to get their licenses. We work with drivers that already have their licenses and give them advance defensive driving skills.
No we are not a driving school.
Yes we are an accredited training provider – we hold primary accreditation with the Transport Education and Training Authorities (TETA) and secondary accreditation with Services Sector Education and Training Authorities (Service SETA). We are also an approved training body for the Department of Transport.
TETA – TETA 04-117
DOT – 2009/11