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NEW PROD­UCT IAM Road­s­mart e-learn­ing cour­ses

IAM Road­s­mart, for­merly the In­sti­tute of Ad­vanced Mo­torists, has launched a new se­ries of driv­ing tu­ition cour­ses aimed at those who sim­ply don’t have the time to at­tend a full class.

The e-learn­ing mod­ules take place en­tirely on­line, and are di­vided into handy units. Each one fo­cuses on a spe­cific area that IAM Road­s­mart has iden­ti­fied UK driv­ers find chal­leng­ing.

Cour­ses cur­rently cover man­ag­ing speed, over­tak­ing, mo­tor­ways, park­ing, coun­try roads and town driv­ing. They cost £5 each and con­tain 20 min­utes of in­ter­ac­tive tu­ition. Each mod­ule should take about an hour to com­plete.

IAM Road­s­mart CEO Mike Quin­ton said: “Tech­nol­ogy en­ables us to com­mu­ni­cate with driv­ers in many new and dif­fer­ent ways, pro­vid­ing them with the means to im­prove their driv­ing not just be­hind the wheel but away from it, too.

“It’s im­por­tant that driv­ers’ minds are in the right place, and our e-learn­ing mod­ules are per­fect for this,” Quin­ton added.

Each mod­ule can be com­pleted at a mo­torist’s leisure be­cause the IAM Road­s­mart site re­tains the driver’s de­tails, al­low­ing the course to be picked up wher­ever they last left off.

In­for­ma­tion is pre­sented in fully in­ter­ac­tive pic­ture and video form to help stu­dents re­mem­ber the key points that have been cov­ered.

IAM Road­s­mart is also hop­ing that mo­torists com­plet­ing the e-learn­ing cour­ses will be more in­ter­ested in other prod­ucts the com­pany has to of­fer, such as ad­vanced driv­ing cour­ses and spe­cific work­shops.

“We are also cer­tain that once driv­ers have had an in­sight into how we can im­prove one as­pect of their driv­ing skills, they will soon get the taste for our full ad­vanced ap­proach,” Quin­ton ex­plained.

On­line IAM Road­s­mart’s e-learn­ing is pro­vided in in­ter­ac­tive pic­ture and video forms, with each mod­ule cov­er­ing a dif­fer­ent as­pect of mo­tor­ing

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