The results are a new way of buying and using driver training. A solution that works for you when your drivers change and with the flexibility to perfectly match your training needs and budget. All built around our market-leading, evidence-based training programmes.
You control who trains when with the new flexible seat-based annual subscriptions. One driver occupies one seat and you can swap them out at any time with no additional cost.
That means if a driver leaves your organisation and is replaced, your new team member can occupy the vacant seat immediately.
If the driver changes for a tool-of-trade vehicle, then the new driver replaces the previous one and takes their seat in the subscription.
Whether you're simply looking to train your drivers, lower your vehicle running costs, manage your on‐road risk, or build a strong driver safety culture, there's a plan for you.
No matter which you choose – Fleet, Safety, or Wellbeing – they all start from a strong base of driver safety.
You choose the plan that best fits your needs – that may even be a combination of plans to address different driving needs. As your needs change you can also upgrade to a higher plan at any time.
Purchase online anytime and get started right away. No minimum quantities to purchase, just add the number of training seats you need, click and start training.
There are volume discounts and special pricing for Non-profits and Government. Buying those large volumes and require an invoice? We've got you covered.
Training plans start at $29.50 per driver.
Fleetcoach is the only solution that takes a wellbeing approach to driver training.
The practical, relevant and safe driver training programmes can be completed online, anywhere, anytime, suiting even the busiest of work schedules.
Choose a self-directed training approach or be guided by your business priorities. Train because safety is important, to prevent incidents and accidents or as an intervention to address a specific need.
Our vision is so important when we drive but being distracted causes us to ‘see without seeing’ and miss some really important information coming at us from our environments. In this course, we take a comprehensive look at the different types of distractions (including mobile phones) and the ways in which we can learn to deal with these better.
Anyone who gets behind the wheel while tired is a major risk. This course is crucial for anyone who drives long distances, drives for work, keeps odd hours (like shift work), or simply is human and feels tired from time to time!
Speed is a major cause of crashes but is easily preventable. In this course we provide a special focus on each person’s relationship with speed, and how drivers can develop a personalised understanding to help them make better choices.
Reversing, manoeuvring, parking, slowing down. This course looks at the lesser-known demons of driving. We cover what kinds of mistakes occur, why, who is making them, and what to do to prevent or minimise their effects. Plus, understand more about the links between slow speed, reversing, and other issues you might face while driving, such as fatigue and distraction.
As with all our courses, this course is more than a quick list of tips. We'll cover why we should care about saving fuel, how you can benefit if you do, and real-world recommendations for the modern vehicle that you drive.
A good understanding of road rules is essential for every driver, so this course covers that, and then goes further. We talk about why rules exist, why you should bother following them, and even why you might consider breaking them in the first place. We also address the issue of other people breaking road rules, and how this can have an effect on others on the road.
This course is all about the essentials drivers need to know about the vehicle they're driving. Whether it's their personal car, a work one, or one they're borrowing for a quick trip to a client meeting, there is actually quite a lot to be aware of before getting behind the wheel.
Stress affects us all – the workplace and the road being major sources of stressors. In this course, drivers will learn the biological mechanics of stress, how to spot it, and how to manage it. Stress affects driving, and driving affects stress, so this is a crucial Health and Safety issue.
The way we drive is very closely linked to the way we live our lives. So, this course takes a wider, personalised look to help drivers identify what's important to them, what motivates them, and how that's relevant to their entire lives – including the way they are behind the wheel.
Most of the time, any information about substances and driving consists of two things: 'it's not a great thing to do' and also 'don't do it!’. This approach is limiting so in this module we take a wider look at this important topic.
We carry stuff with us in the vehicle all the time – and generally don't give it a second thought. As always, alongside the facts and practical tips, we get drivers thinking about relatable, everyday scenarios, all you need to get everything stowed away and everyone buckled in.
This course is different from the general instructional content your drivers might have already read elsewhere. We include all the basics they need to know about electric vehicles, and then go much further, covering everything from big picture topics to personal relevance and benefits.
4x4s are an increasingly common type of vehicle. Designed to carry more passengers and/or gear, go off-road, tow heavy loads and provide extra traction when it’s needed most. This also means the 4x4s have a few differences to the average vehicle – and it’s important for your safety you know and understand what these are.