For Immediate Release—
DriveWise CEO, Lesley de Repentigny, will present at NAFA Institute and Expo in St Louis, Missouri on April 24th. Lesley will speak on effective driver training and reducing losses while creating a positive return on investment as well as the benefits of improved driver training. She will present alongside Dan Mills, President DCM Technical Service and the session will be moderated by Joe Werb, FLM Fleet Management Services for Ontario Power Generation Inc.
“I’m thrilled to have been invited to speak at this year’s conference,” commented CEO Lesley de Repentigny from DriveWise head office in Barrie. “I look forward to sharing my experiences in the industry with owners, operators, and managers to hopefully help improve their current safety programs and reduce their number of collisions.”
DriveWise will display customized online learning modules and the use of audience response technology to guests at booth 2111. The Classroom Performance System (CPS) engages trainees by transforming a standard PowerPoint presentation into a quiz that provides the instructor with instant feedback. This feedback is an essential tool to providing improved driver training. Online learning modules, CPS quizzes, and presentations are outcome specific, meaning that programs are made with a client’s training goals in mind. DriveWise will also demonstrate the use of virtual reality training on site with its state of the art driving simulators. Simulation is an innovative and effective way of training couriers, emergency response professionals, and professional drivers of all specifications; all of which have experienced reductions in operational and fuel costs as well as reduced collision rates.
DriveWise will be participating at FDIC as part of Export Market Access. Export Market Access is an initiative of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, with the support and funding from the Government of Ontario.
DriveWise (http://www.drivewisesafety.com) provides affordable high quality training and safety solutions to over 15 occupations. DriveWise programs combine state of the art virtual reality simulators, interactive learning methods, and industry best instructors to provide clients with access to solutions that focus on safety, increased learner retention and performance, and preparedness for daily and complex situations. DriveWise is a division of KnowledgeSurge Learning Solutions; a privately owned Canadian company with headquarters in Barrie, Ontario and facilities from coast to coast.