16 October 2012
The AA will be represented by its risk management and road safety consultancy, AA DriveTech, at the most important bus and coach shows in Europe, EuroBus Expo, which takes place between November 6th and 8th at the NEC Birmingham.
AA DriveTech [stand 5D 15] will once again be promoting its wide range of Driver CPC training course products, the most recent addition of which - First Aid Skills for Professional Drivers - is being delivered in conjunction with the British Red Cross.
The principal news however that AA DriveTech will be announcing at the show is its ability to deliver its Driver CPC courses at 20 new venues throughout the country from November, using the Premier Inn chain. In addition to worthwhile courses that deliver real business benefits, delegates will benefit from improved comfort, courtesy of high quality seminar rooms, convenient location, easy parking, quality refreshments and overnight accommodation if they require it.
“We pride ourselves on delivering quality content at an affordable price and now with even greater national coverage we have modern, high quality surroundings available across a broad swathe of the country which reflect that content,” says Jason Vallint of AA DriveTech.
“Bus and coach drivers have less than 11 months to complete their 35 hours of mandatory training so time is of the essence. We think many are resisting course take-up because of the poor quality of courses and venues being offered by some suppliers. At AA DriveTech we are aiming for a quality experience from start to finish.”