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Road Safety Services for Schools & Colleges
TTC Road Safety Services for Schools & Colleges
TTC is dedicated to improving road safety for young people, however, our road safety services for schools & colleges not only focus on keeping students safe on the roads – whether they are walking, cycling or indeed using a motorbike or car – but also ensuring that the educational establishment is managing workplace road safety for its staff.
Road Safety Services for Young People
TTC offers a comprehensive range of training programmes dedicated to getting more pupils walking or cycling to school, more safety including:
- Balance and Ride;
- Try Cycling;
- Try-Out Cycling Roadshows;
- Bikeability and Bikeability Plus training;
- Cycle Maintenance;
- Buckle Up;
- and Smart Walk.
Workplace Road Safety Services for School and College Employees
Like companies, schools and colleges have the same Duty of Care towards their staff making work-related journeys whether they do so in school-owned (typically a school minibus) or privately owned vehicle.
It is essential that the school checks and validates the driving licences of those staff making journeys on behalf of the school ensuring that drivers have a valid licence for the vehicle they are driving, and are competent to do so.
At TTC we believe in prevention rather than cure and this is why we offer our clients – TTC DriverProtect – an end-to-end workplace road safety managed service that leaves schools and colleges safe in the knowledge that their road safety policy is up-to-date, communicated and enforced, and the necessary online, in-class or on-road is delivered.
If you are a School or College that would like to learn more about TTC’s road safety service please speak to one of our specialists on 03330 113 113.
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