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Reducing Driving Stress

Driving can be stressful, especially in today’s busy traffic, but a driver’s ability to cope is personal to the individual and varies from driver to driver. Certain elements are beyond the drivers control so coping strategies are called for, however, many things that could cause stress are within the scope of a driver to limit or manage.

TTC’s end-to-end managed service DriverProtect® profiles driver risk and delivers timely and relevant training to mitigate these risk factors.  Driving training can be delivered online, in class or on the road.  TTC’s suite of online driver training modules include reducing driving stress.

This element of TTC DriverProtect® eLearning module, reducing Driving Stress is ideal for drivers who would like to:

  • Gain a better understanding of what stress is, how to recognise it and implement a coping strategy;
  • Gain an insight into the elements that make up internal stress factors;
  • Gain an insight into the elements that make up external stress factors.

This eLearning module is divided into three easy to follow units, comprising of:

  • What is stress;
  • Internal stress factors;
  • External stress factors.

Once a driver has completed all of the units they undertake a multiple choice assessment that validates their understanding.

If you are interested in eLearning for Managing Driving Stress, please get in touch with TTC.



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