We started in 2013 supplying training after being on a RHA Training Course, being small means flexibility.
Training is usually carried out at weekends when companies don't have the disruption and cost of sending drivers during the working week for training.
This attempts to keep the cost of the training to a minimum as we all know the industry has enough isues to be getting on with.
I have worked in the haulage industry nearly all my life and still continue to do so. I passed my driving test at the age of 21 and have been in the industry ever since in some way or another, nearly 30 years in total! I am a Road Haulage Association approved instructor. I have also been on Freight Transport Association tachograph courses, which were interesting.
Because I work in the industry I know where the issues are and make sure I can pass my experience on. I also live life with the assumption that everyday is a school day and there is always something to be learnt. I decided to start the business as I enjoy meeting new people, which training means I meet many new people. I also wanted something the rest of the family could get involved with.