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TR expands driver training

TR expands driver training

NZ Truck & Driver News

 February 2019   
TR Group has acquired online driver training provider DT Driver Training – adding options to its commercial vehicle driver training offering.

The aim is "to provide a broader service to its heavy vehicle clients as well as strengthening the company's focus on technology and learning," says Neil Bretherton, general manager strategic development at TR Group.

DT Driver Training will "sit alongside" TR Group's Master Drive Services brand, he adds.
"TR Group and Master Drive already provide practical and online driver training to a wide range of clients. DT Driver Training will help us more effectively serve clients who have multiple different vehicle types, as well as provide efficiencies in how we create and deliver learning options," says Bretherton.

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TR Group has acquired online driver training provider DT Driver Training – adding options to its commercial vehicle driver training offering.
The aim is "to provide a broader service to its heavy vehicle clients as well as strengthening the company's focus on technology and learning," says Neil Bretherton, general manager strategic development at TR Group.
DT Driver Training will "sit alongside" TR Group's Master Drive Services brand, he adds.
"TR Group and Master Drive already provide practical and online driver training to a wide range of clients. DT Driver Training will help us more effectively serve clients who have multiple different vehicle types, as well as provide efficiencies in how we create and deliver learning options," says Bretherton.
DT Driver Training's e-learning platform serves over 140,000 users a month. It is, says TR, the largest provider of learner licence theory training and has an impressive roster of corporate clients from government and industry. 
The site also features courses from other driver training providers, something that TR Group is keen to expand on, says Bretherton: "Our ultimate goal is to help reduce incidents on the road, by working with our customers to help them operate their vehicles as safely, efficiently and compliantly as possible. 
"We want to take this opportunity to bring best-of-breed training programmes – not only from Master Drive but other providers, too. We welcome inquiries from other training providers in related industries who would like to be part of ensuring that drivers of any vehicle can get top quality training, wherever they are in the country."  


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