Fleet Source has conducted a strategic overhaul of its Driver CPC training offer.
Fleet Source CEO Nick Caesari said that as fleet operators continued to face reduced margins in a highly competitive market, it was time to shake up a "complacent" training industry.
He said: “The most expensive training doesn’t always mean the best and our industry is rife with inconsistent pricing and quality.
“Training providers must ensure the highest quality training at the most affordable prices, if they are to help fleet operators tackle the ever-increasing challenges of our busy road networks.
“There should be no hidden costs or charges – fleet professionals need to understand exactly what their training investment will deliver.”
As one of the largest fleet training and auditing providers in the UK, delivering large volume projects for its clients such as Transport for London, Travis Perkins, Tarmac, Ashtead Plant Hire, Go Plant, Speedy Services, Grafton Merchanting and Balfour Beatty, Caesari says it is able to leverage its knowledge, skills, experience and economies of scale in order to meet this important strategic objective.
“Offering the highest quality, relevant and up to date training to existing and new customers but at the very best prices,” he said.
“Our newly-launched ‘Essentials’ range, therefore, brings Driver CPC training costs down to as little as £350 per course – or just £14.58 per driver.”
The new Fleet Source ‘Essentials’ range, which launched on February 1, offers operators a range of courses from Driver CPC to Manager training to meet all core fleet training requirements.
The ‘Essentials’ range includes Fleet Source’s bespoke FORS-approved courses including Safe UK Driving, Fuel Efficiency, Emissions & Air Quality and Terrorism Risk & Incident Prevention (TRIP) to help operators meet the FORS standard requirements.
Fleet Source will also shortly be announcing the launch of its ‘Ultimate’ range which will offer operators the very latest in technology training solutions including Virtual Reality.
Caesari added: “We want to set the training bar higher to reduce the number of collisions on our busy roads and ultimately help save lives. We recognise that we need to do everything in our power to deliver that objective.”