Driving Dynamics Inc. announced the launch of a new learning management system (LMS) and the availability of its online driver safety lessons in U.S English, American Spanish and Canadian French.
Under its new DrivActiv digital services brand, Driving Dynamics’ elearning service is now optimized for mobile devices and all training content meets SCORM standards.
Adding to the flexible delivery, the company offers several fee plans to suit all buyers, including: pay-as-you-go, pre-paid discounted plans and a new unlimited subscription-access pricing plan.
In business for 30 years and well known for its behind-the-wheel training programs, the company has already delivered its online courseware to more than one million learners. According to Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics, president and CEO, DrivActiv elearning represents an integration of its vast expertise as a driver safety training provider with the convenience and technologies offered by a robust LMS and online delivery system.
Developed in conjunction with leading safety, risk management and instructional design consultants, the DrivActiv elearning catalog comprises 70 topics across four libraries organized by light-duty, heavy-duty and micro learning. Topics are based on twenty-first century risk exposures such as ―distracted driving, overburdened infrastructure, risk compensation, increased work demands, and a review of more than 200,000 fleet-related crash incident reports, where the most prevalent loss types were identified. DrivActiv elessons have been designed to provide practical solutions which address the contributing factors of those risk exposures and incidents. Visit www.drivactiv.com to view a sample elesson.
“Driving Dynamics has been solely dedicated to the driver safety space for three decades, in that time we’ve been acknowledged as a premier provider of both online and behind-the-wheel training. The DrivActiv elearning system is an evolution of our commitment to offer comprehensive, high quality and highly adaptable training solutions that respond to the specific needs safety administrators” said Liggio.