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BTEC qualification launched

11 June 2008

A2om has launched a new BTEC qualification.

The qualification is based on best practice and uses interactive software that allows the participant to practice higher order driving skills such as eye scanning, hazard perception and risk management from the safety of their home computer.

Click here for more information about A2om and the new qualification

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