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Dear All, Please find a ppt on Driver’s Training. I had made for my organization. Please do give me your valuable feedback. Hope you all like it.
14th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston

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Very Good ppt and creative one. Very useful to us. Regards, A.S.Chakradhar, Manager-HR&IR. Tata Steel Processing & Distribution Ltd.
15th September 2010 From India, Visakhapatnam
@ Niya Sharma
The training material is good... Appreciating your sharing mentality...
I found the same in two sections... Under Safety Health of your employees and under this Training & Development...
Just don't expect always a great feedback as in this forum silent benefict takers are more than that of active participants...
Keep on posting and share your knowledge, surely somehow beneficting to one and all... The more we share the more our knowledge will increese... Just do it for ourselves, not for getting comments from others...
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V
15th September 2010 From India
To Dilip,
Yes, I was the one who shared the same ppt to one of our Citr hr mate.
I feel when ppl have time to D/L then y can't they give feedback.
It’s not that someone needs flattering comments..!
At least senior members or ppl of same fld can share their suggestion.
So this is a humble request to all cite hr mates. Please do also take time to share your valuable feedback!
And Thanks to all who shared their feedback.
Keep Writing..
Keep sharing....
15th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston
Good PPT. Thank you for sharing Atleast I know of a good company which invests time in training their employees in the most important service and safety aspect of the business.
15th September 2010
Hi Niyas The PPT is really nice.Your effort is appreciable.Thanks for sharing such a knowledgeable and interactive PPT. Keep it up.Keep Smiling Always.........:-) Regards, Shweta Singh
15th September 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Hi Niya,
Very useful not only for drivers but all of us who drives even our own vehicle. Because there are lot of things one should keep in mind even when we use vehicles for our personal use.
Best wishes,
krishna
Hyderabad
15th September 2010 From India, Mumbai
Hi Niya

I Perceive seeing your slides from an viewer’s perceptive that

1. You want to Motivate your co's drivers

2. You want to explain them the Qualities one should posses

3. you want to explain on risk and safety measures

4. You want to provide Tips of saving fuel consumption

5. You want to sensitize them on what they are expected to know

6. You want to develop their personal qualities

7. Warn them on drink and driving

8. Build Awareness on traffic rules

9. Provide Tips on vehicle maintenance

10. Provide some education on tyres

11. Want to make them aware the imp of fitness to carry on their duty.

12. Want to make them aware of their roles and responsibilities

13. Wants to compare you Co. with few of the world's best Cos.

14. Want them to convey them what is key to the success of your co.

My Observations on your PPT

1. You may need to reconsider the sequencing of your slides,

2. By trying to communicate too many things I’m afraid your training crux may be lost and they may find your audeince leaving the classroom confused

3. You may plan to break it in parts or club few parts which go hand in hand like ..one day or half day Program each on

a. Awareness (traffic laws/safety measures/dos and don’ts) + Tips on (vehicle maintenance/technical education on engine, tyres etc/dos and don’ts)

b. Motivation + trying to establish bonding with the co by talking about your co’s core values.

c. Exclusive program on etiquettes + few examples of industry standards followed by the best Co. in your industry

4. You may check for the option of using local language in your ppt as majority may not understand your ppt if made in English.

5. Pictures should relate to what you want to communicate, Eg. the picture in slide 1 portrays a wrong image of the driver (flaunting rules, carrying excessive load), you may not wish to glorify such activities, thus may consider changing it.

Hope this info helps, all the best for your training Programs!!

Regards

Ananth

NTPC
16th September 2010 From India, Kota
Realy nice PPT,but as far as i understand the PPT is meant for the proffesional drivers do you think the drivers will be able to understand the english.The PPT should be in local language or in hindi
16th September 2010 From India, Pune
Really it is very nice and very useful not only for drivers, for all. Usually patience is must for all from the blue collar to all top level superiors & most need for drivers. This presentation express it.
Thank you for sharing it and expect more.
Regards,
P. Paraman
16th September 2010 From India, Selam
Dear Sir,
Its a very informative and potential presentation, but aspect of my country it is very difficult to implement due to our roads & highways policy.
Thanks for uploading such informative presentation, we can pick so many terms from here.
Regards
Feroz
HR
Navana Group
Only Authorize Distributor of Toyota & Hino in Bangladesh
16th September 2010 From Bangladesh, Dhaka
DEFENSIVE DRIVERS TRAINING

For employees who drive either a company vehicle or their own vehicle on the job, safe driving is a matter of occupational safety. Fewer collisions to company vehicles will help control insurance costs - and safe drivers lose less time from work because they avoid collisions. That is why a defensive driving training can benefit all employees .. who have a driver's license. Defensive Driving Training is designed to teach your employees how to drive safely.

In this training program, through the use of visual aids and qualified instructors, will show your drivers how to avoid potentially dangerous situations. Classroom participation involves case studies and active discussion of real life situations, as well as identifying traffic hazards.

As an employer, you already have a large investment in your drivers and employees, and this course will help them to:

BENEFITS TO COMPANY

• Reduces Operating Costs

• Reduces Collisions

• Reduce Vehicle Abuse

• Reduce Injuries

• Reduces Sick Leave, Insurance and Other Benefit Payments Related to Vehicle Collisions.

• Reduces vehicle maintenance costs

• Increases customer satisfaction with on-time deliveries and undamaged product

• Increases Self Confidence and Morale

• Increases Companies Safety Performance and Records

BENEFITS TO DRIVERS

• Prevent collisions,

• Save lives,

• Deliver cargo safely and on time,

• Reduce costs, and

• Maintain good driving habits.

• Drivers feel more comfortable, confident and safe behind the wheels

• Maintain the company vehicle to reduce more frequent breakdowns and improve its and our lives.

• Educate drivers with better client-driver relationship and good manners.

• Improve driver with positive attitude and responsibility towards companies vehicles and its clients

• Create a better working environment between drivers to compete and perform better than others.

• Educate and make the drivers more literate about the benefits of teamwork.

• Equip drivers with more life saving knowledge in cases of accidents, injuries etc.

• Provide drivers with knowledge of Road accidents and First-Aid to be preformed in such cases.

For any information you can call us on 09899245123 or mail us on
16th September 2010 From India, Lucknow
Hi Niya, The ppt is good, but one thing i would like to comment on that these are the attributes of a chauffeur not driver. Regards, Shiv
16th September 2010 From India, Ghaziabad
Dear Niya...
Thanks for sharing the dirver's PPt ,
It was a good one...please keep sharing valuable things like this
Expecting more of this kind of valuable training ppt's from you.
Regards
Surya...
16th September 2010 From United States, Palo Alto
Dear Kiran.
Though the ppt is made in english but we did use Local Language while explaining this ppt
We used both English and Kannada to communicate with drivers and helpers
We also performed some role-plays [in Kannada] to make them understand better.
16th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston
A very good attempt. But when we say clean shaven,hair cut........ we forget that Sikhs/Sardarji form a major part of our drivers workforce,may be for this company too . Hence we need to be more sensitive and take into consideration wider scenario.
For Drivers training Safety aspects and Driving on low beam in night are two paramount aspects and need to be driven home more emphatically this will result in less of accidents resulting in minimum downtime,saving on expensive repairs and more profits for the organisation.
All these can be part of PPT. And most importantly trainer has to deliver in the language they understand best.
A.KUMAR
16th September 2010 From India, Gurgaon
Niya, real nice ppt realises of following "small/Basic needs" thru regular duties. Thank you. Tusar Sahoo Partner Macons Consulting (A Corporate Management Consulting Company)
16th September 2010 From India, Mumbai
Dear all,

Thanks a ton for your tremendous response and valuable feedback.

Now let me tell about our industry.

I work for a retail firm, consumer durables and electronics. We are Regional Player[south]

Let’s take 1 eg: A customer comes to our store and he interacts with a sales exe.[well groomed ,expertise knowledge of the product ,understanding abt the customer's needs, requirements and etc..]

After this process the customer bills the product.

We don't deliver the product from the counter, as we follow central ware house system [to maintain healthy stock]

Now the driver and helper goes to the customer's place and delivers the products.

Drivers and helpers are the 2nd representative of the organization.

That’s why I had made this ppt to train them [used both regional and English Lang with role play] as they enter a very sensitive zone, ie customer’s premises.

There are many scenarios where the man of the house is not present or infants/kinds are playing around or elderly ppl are present etc…

Hence they have to be trained to handle such incidents. He should not add trouble to the family during the delivery. Rather we train them top to toe.

As this will not only help them to grow in their personal life but also will help he organization to grow and be different from the competitors.

Thanks again for your feedback. Pls do continue....giving the same.
16th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston
Mam,
The presentation is very good and I think you have covered every thing with respect to the etiquette of a dirver.
I just wanted to know what is the feedback of the dirvers after the presentation
sadly in India we dont treat them with same respect as compared to probably some western countries.
The challenge is how do we make others treat them with respect and how do you motivate them to act with dignity as every one treat them with the same respect as they give to an executive or an officer. Probably you might have covered that in your naration
16th September 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear potluripk, I just want to share some pict during our training.Guess they will answer all your question.
16th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston

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Dear, Thanks first for sharing training material. It is quite useful for EMS & OSHAS training point of view. Keep it up writing. Anil Nevase Sr Manager HR Subros Limited
17th September 2010 From India, Mumbai
Dear Niyasharma, Good Post. Apart from what is given one can also include :- (a) Road Ettiquttes (b) Road Safety Rules. (c) Tips for Safe Driving (d) Traffic Rules All the Best Securityexpert
17th September 2010 From India, New Delhi
Hi Niya,
Your effort is really appreciable.The PPT is interactive and knowledgeable.
I am not satisfied with Kiran's suggestion,because there are 29 states in
India and each state has its own regional language,so it is not easy to
make PPT in each different language.So English is the best way of this
presentation.Really you did a gr8 job.
Keep it up..........
Shweta
17th September 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Hi Nitya,
It is very good indeed. If you are keen on improving this further, a few suggestions:
You can add a video clip of some very good drivers' interview or opinion... to add some glitz...
Some photographs of Indian road conditions and traffic chaos to impress upon the drivers the need for them to use their judgement in using the vehicle engine effectively and extend its life through optimum use of gear, clutch, brake and fuel !
Best wishes
NK Sundaram
17th September 2010 From India
Hi Niya,
Just saw ur presentation; my feedback on the same for your perusal:
1. PPT is good; particularly prepared on visual method (keeping in view the audience)
2. Covered all necessary points
3. It wud have been better if u cud add the objectives to be achieved
4. Dividing the desired skills to be developed in a sequence wud have given a better flow
5. A obersvational research on the same (drivers behaviour, Inidan driving trends, etc.) wud give u better idea to develop the module
6. First-aid and contingency management are two important sections for a driver training module
I developed a driver training module which was used by Tata Motors Limited and CWG Committee to train around 2600 drivers of car fleet operations of CWG 2010.
Thanks & Regards
Desraj Sharma
Manager
IDAC, Delhi
18th September 2010 From India, New Delhi
DEFENSIVE DRIVERS TRAINING

For employees who drive either a company vehicle or their own vehicle on the job, safe driving is a matter of occupational safety. Fewer collisions to company vehicles will help control insurance costs - and safe drivers lose less time from work because they avoid collisions. That is why a defensive driving training can benefit all employees .. who have a driver's license. Defensive Driving Training is designed to teach your employees how to drive safely.

In this training program, through the use of visual aids and qualified instructors, will show your drivers how to avoid potentially dangerous situations. Classroom participation involves case studies and active discussion of real life situations, as well as identifying traffic hazards.

As an employer, you already have a large investment in your drivers and employees, and this course will help them to:

BENEFITS TO COMPANY

• Reduces Operating Costs
• Reduces Collisions
• Reduce Vehicle Abuse
• Reduce Injuries
• Reduces Sick Leave, Insurance and Other Benefit Payments Related to Vehicle Collisions.
• Reduces vehicle maintenance costs
• Increases customer satisfaction with on-time deliveries and undamaged product
• Increases Self Confidence and Morale
• Increases Companies Safety Performance and Records

BENEFITS TO DRIVERS

• Prevent collisions,
• Save lives,
• Deliver cargo safely and on time,
• Reduce costs, and
• Maintain good driving habits.
• Drivers feel more comfortable, confident and safe behind the wheels
• Maintain the company vehicle to reduce more frequent breakdowns and improve its and our lives.
• Educate drivers with better client-driver relationship and good manners.
• Improve driver with positive attitude and responsibility towards companies vehicles and its clients
• Create a better working environment between drivers to compete and perform better than others.
• Educate and make the drivers more literate about the benefits of teamwork.
• Equip drivers with more life saving knowledge in cases of accidents, injuries etc.
• Provide drivers with knowledge of Road accidents and First-Aid to be preformed in such cases.

For any information you can call us on 09899245123 or mail us on
or give me your mail id or telephone no. so that we can talk in details ....
_______
18th September 2010 From India, Lucknow
Dear Niya
u hav done a very good job. Very comprehensive and effective training material. You may also exlplore something more to change the mind set and attitude of the Drivers whom are mostly lacking good human and interpersonal relationship
giri
20th September 2010 From India, Thrissur
My Observations on your PPT
Hope this info helps, all the best for your training Programs!!
Dear Anant,
A perfect review. To the point, purposeful to the content designer. But again, it seems, (I guess), Ms. Sharma, who complained of poor response has chosen not to respond to the cream amidst the responses.
Your comment is to be taken in right spirit.
Thank you for the inspiration and guidance.
Keep posting.
Regards,
20th September 2010 From India, Pune
By providing training to Drivers we know more about the psychology of this employee work force, know them closely,understand the HR issues related to this work force and face the challenges of ensuring productivity from them....in short we can hopefully become better HR managers through all the exercises in this regard....training for them itself is a good motivational tool for them besides other advantages of having a formalised training programme for drivers.
20th September 2010 From India, Mumbai
My dear friend learnever,

Hope you are in pink of your health. Actually i was busy with something imp at office. Hence was not able to spend much time to check the reviews..

I hope you would understand as a professional.

I always take our members in best of sprits. It does help me a lot.

However when someone is not responding it also does not mean that they post just for"cream"!!!It would be very unfair to put a remark on someone, especially when we don't know anything about them!

And with respect to Anant's feedback i have thanked him and appreciated his feedback.
Guess you are not aware or you missed my post where i did accept his few points.

We are professionals and we should appreciate and encourage the talent not DEMOTIVATING them!!!

Nothing personal my friend ,no hard feelings!

And i would like to thank all for their guidance and their feedback.








21st September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston
To New 2 HR,

First let me welcome you to this amazing site. I completely agree with your feedback.

In fact knowing their psychology and establishing a bond with them can do wonders.

They can share many operational issues which needs to be addressed immediately and also enables more transparency in the process.

I also train them the process we follow in the Comp. Hence we make them aware what all is taken to make a sale.

This infact was a good exercise for them. They were taking it so lightly before....Ever since they knew the process their behavior and opinion changed and they also could relate them self with stores[where customer's bill the prod]

Hence we make them understand that somebody's output is input for someone else.
Hence we all [dept] should be focused towards customer service.

Apart for this training we also have their daily check [top to toe]
and give incentives on the same. Our customer care also asks the customer to rate them.

All this is done just to give customer a excellent service. I feel every one can deliver product but delivering customer service is a challenge! Which every org needs to be focused on.





21st September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston
hi niya, that was a great presentation.i feel u can add on a ppt for training and efficiency test also for drivers.thats just a suggestion. regards chetana
21st September 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Friend,
Very useful ppt. You have covered all the points required for training of driver. One point you can add is in their spare time, drivers should do other small official tasks in their spare time. Recently one person from a placement agency met me and gave his visiting card as Business Development Executive. When I probed, I came to know he is the car driver of the Proprietor of the placemet agency. After dropping his boss in the office, he picks up his 2 wheeler and visits companies handing over his company's introduction letter. In the evening again he takes care of his boss's engagement. I was really appreciative of this arrangement.
Regards
Bhavan
24th September 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Bhavan, WOW!! It is indeed appreciative! I’m highly impressed. I’ll surely put this msg to management. Thanks for ur feedback dear :)
24th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston
Hey Niya,
I am trying to download the presentation but not able to. Could you mail it to me so that I can provide you precise feedback from the Instructional Design preservative. I am a certified Instructional Designer.
Regards,
8th December 2010 From India, Delhi
Thank you for your nice presentation. Adding pictures on "Chaos on Indian road" will make it more interesting. Regards R.P.Singh Head Training Sona Alloys Lonand(MH)
5th January 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Niya, I’ll say only - "Found Eureka" Actually same thing I was searching for a long time, that found today only. Thanks a lot. Regards S.K.Asthana 09568801777
13th January 2013 From India, Mumbai
Hi Niya, Very useful presentation, will surely share it with my driver team Best wishes, Ravindra Nashik
13th January 2017 From India, Nagpur
Dear sir, i need driver behaviour training program ppt in tamil
12th May 2017 From Saudi Arabia, undefined
Dear sir, I need driver behaviour training program in tamil ,please send in my mail ashokprasannapmk@gmail.com
12th May 2017 From Saudi Arabia, undefined
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