Safety first Organisation Ltd
Unit 4 Fletcher Square
Temple Farm Industrial Estate
In addition to Certified Instructor Training, the Safety First Organisation
provides the following approved courses for the public, private hire and special needs transport sectors.
Each can be conducted on site or at our dedicated training facility in Essex.
Certified Instructor training is conducted over three days and provided on a one-to-one basis.
For further information on the way the Safety First Organisation can provide the professional training your business requires, please refer to our contacts page.
MiDAS Car and Multi Purpose Vehicle (MPV) training
The CTA accredited Car and Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) training course consists of individual driver assessment and up to two classroom sessions requiring one or two days training overall. It is designed for line managers; car and MPV drivers and MiDAS training department personnel.
Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme (MiDAS)
The CTA accredited Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme course consists of individual driver assessment and up to two classroom sessions requiring three days training overall. A standard MiDAS driver course, lasting two days, is also available for those who do not require disability awareness training. It is designed for line managers; coach and minibus drivers and MiDAS training department personnel.
Taxi driver disability awareness training
The Taxi Driver disability awareness course consists of a single day's theory and practical training. It is designed for line managers; taxi drivers; passenger escorts and taxi driver disability awareness training department personnel.
Community Car Scheme & PCV D1 driver training
The Community Car Scheme course consists of one day's training consisting of theory and practical exercises. The additional PCV-D1 module is run by the CTA and consists of additional training for persons who passed their driving test after 1st January 1997. It consists of a theory test; driver hazard perception and comprehensive driver instruction to PCV driving test standards.
Mobility Scooter and Powered Wheelchair training
Our Mobility Scooter and Powered Wheelchair course consists of one half-day's training consisting of theory and practical exercises. This training is the first of its kind and is entirely voluntary. It will give scooter drivers the confidence to ride their vehicles competently and provide them with the knowledge of relevant legislation and maintainence requirements.
Passenger Assistant Training Scheme (PATS)
The CTA approved Passenger Assistant Training Scheme (PATS) consists of four modules that can be provided on consecutive days, or separate dates, as required. The course is designed for line managers; coach and minibus drivers; passenger escorts and PATS training department personnel.
Moving and handling people
This is a one day moving and handling people course specifically aimed at drivers and escorts whom have a duty of care for special needs clients explaining how to minimise the risk of injury to both handler and client. It is designed for line managers; minibus operators; all drivers; escorts and manual handling training department personnel.
Emergency vehicle evacuation procedures
This is a one day emergency vehicle evacuation course consisting of theory training and practical exercises in simulated environments. It is designed for line managers; taxi, coach and minibus drivers; passenger escorts and emergency evacuation training department personnel.
Enforcement Officer training
The Enforcement Officer course is aimed at local government enforcement officers and examines key legislation and codes of practise. It is designed for local enforcement officers; line managers; transport operators and enforcement officer training department personnel.
Minibus safety audit
The Minibus Safety Audit course consists of a single day's theory and practical exercise. It is designed for enforcement officers; safety auditors; line managers; minibus operators and safety audit training department personnel.
We are happy to significantly discount our normal fees for charitable organisations