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RoSPA offers free training to protect young drivers

11 February 2010

FREE training to help protect young at-work drivers is on offer as RoSPA's efforts to cut accidents involving some of the most vulnerable road users continue.

The Young Drivers at Work seminar, taking place on March 30, will prepare employers and road safety professionals to run Young Drivers at Work workshops for driving staff aged 17-24. It will cover many of the issues raised by young drivers when the workshops were piloted.
 

The Young Drivers at Work seminar, taking place at the Society's headquarters in Birmingham, is free. But, with demand expected to be high, those interested are advised to contact the charity's road safety team as soon as possible. Email Duncan Vernon at dvernon@rospa.com or call 0121 248 2078

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