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CEI's DriverCare Web-based Safety Management Introduces “Active Learning” Modules

April 19, 2005

TREVOSE, PA — CEI, a provider of accident and risk management services to vehicle fleets, and New Jersey-based Driving Dynamics, a provider of advanced driver education programs, announced on April 7 the joint development of a Web-based driver training program delivered through CEI’s risk and safety management system, new training is delivered in a series of 15-minute active learning modules. It employs the latest instructional design methodology featuring extensive interactivity and 3D animated driving sequences. The online training is SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) and AICC (Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee) compliant. The new Web-based training is based on the core curriculum of Driving Dynamics’ behind-the-wheel course: The One-Second Advantage. The Driving Dynamics course teaches drivers advanced techniques for identifying potential hazards sooner, maintaining greater control of the vehicle, and better using its defensive capabilities. The Web-based modules developed for DriverCare apply these advanced techniques to space management, intersections, changing lanes, speed, and backing, and parking.The modules initially available on DriverCare include several that instruct on personal responsibility, impaired driving, aggressive driving, and safeguarding one’s self and vehicle during business travel. An additional custom module tests drivers of company vehicles about their employer’s driver safety policy. It provides verification that the company’s safety policies and procedures are understood by each driver.
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