Corporate Driver Training Australia is a research driven company. Every proposition starts with the question, “Where’s the evidence?”. We work hard to make sure that every product & service we deliver is based on sound educational practice & good science.

Unfortunately, driver training hasn’t been very effective at producing safer drivers. We know this because many talented & well funded researchers have come to the same conclusion over & over again all around the world.

It doesn’t mean that road safety education can’t work, just that traditional approaches to training haven’t.

Corporate Driver Training Aus Research Articles

Please take a few minutes to look at the links below. We’ll attempt to show you why Corporate Driver Training Australia’s range of products & services are so different from other training providers. Current statistics, safety culture trends and driving myths are also included.

Organisational Safety Culture

“The ‘culture’ of an organisation can be defined as ‘the way we do things around here’. Thus the prevailing organisational culture serves as a powerful lever in guiding the behaviour of its members in their everyday work… A good safety culture, is believed to...

6 Driving Myths

6 Myths According to the Oxford Dictionary, “a myth is a fictitious person, thing or idea, and it embodies popular ideas on natural or social phenomena”. The word myth aptly describes the following set of popularly held beliefs about why people crash and what needs to...

Work Related Road Safety

Statistics & Facts Work Related Road Safety   Australian Statistics – Work Related Road Safety Road crashes are the biggest cause of work-related death and injury and absence from work in Australia Work-related road crashes in Australia account for about 50%...

Driver Skill Training Doesn’t Prevent Crashes

It might seem like an incredible and illogical statement, but it is true that, traditional “defensive” driver training does not prevent crashes. “Self reported collisions were no different overall for the course participants than a control group, but drivers who...