Events & Training Courses

Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Meetings, Training Days and more

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The Approved Driving Instructors National Joint Council, or ADINJC, is a national association for driving instructors.

ADINJC is an association of associations, you can become a member of ADINJC either by joining one of our member associations, or by joining individually.

For information about joining ADINJC Click Here

ADINJC fulfils many roles to help and assist it’s members, including representing their views to the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency, DVSA, and to the Department for Transport DfT.

More details about ADINJC can be found on the main ADINJC website www.adinjc.org.uk.

ADINJC also organise the largest, (and many think the best), annual conference, usually held in the Midlands in October.

More details about the ADINJC Conference on 4th October 2015 can be found on the dedicated ADINJC Conference website www.adinjc-conference.info

This website is dedicated to the training activities of ADINJC

To find out more about our Standards Check Workshop Click Here

To find out more about our Effective Coaching Workshop Click Here

To find out more about our Training Videos and Webinars Click Here


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AIRSO Events 2015

Thursday 1st October 2015
  • The AIRSO 50th Anniversary Tour, Demonstrations & Conference, British Standards Institute in Hemel Hempstead.

Breakfast Network Meetings

Thursday 2nd October 2014

The latest Breakfast meeting was held on 2nd October in Cardiff. The Guest Speaker was Joanne Stevens, Road Safety Senior Policy Advisor with the Welsh Government.

CONFERENCES

National Blue Light Users Conference: 1st to 3rd September 2015 Chairman: Paul Jones-Roberts. More details…

National Motorcycle Conference: Wednesday 2nd September 2015 Chairman: Karen Cole & Gareth Morgan. More details…

National Truck & Bus Driver Trainers Conference: Wednesday 2nd September 2015 Chairman: Martin Robinson. More details…

National Fleet Driver Trainers Conference: Thursday 3rd September 2015 Chairman: Robert Smalley & Rick Wood. More details…

The Conference Exhibition: Details of how to exhibit at Conferences Exhibition Contact: Graham Feest. Download 2015 National Conference Exhibition Pack.


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BRAKE EVENTS 2015 ONWARD

Brake Professional members get free and discounted attendance. Find out more and join today.

Webinars are held in one, or both of, two different time zones: GMT (United Kingdom) or NZDT (New Zealand). This is to enable maximum participation in Brake events around the globe. Time zones are specified on the event details. All events are relevant to fleet managers anywhere in the world, unless specified as country-specific.

JULY 2015

Webinar Good practice in GOing 20
16 July 2015, 2pm-3.30pm GMT, FREE
This webinar for road safety professionals will explore the benefits of GOing 20, as well as looking at barriers to be overcome in GOing 20, and how to encourage buy-in from residents.

SEPTEMBER 2015

Seminar Saving money through fleet risk management
10 September 2015, central London (UK), £70 + VAT for Brake members, £120 + VAT for non-members
This essential seminar will examine the safety and cost-saving benefits of effectively managing road risk, providing expert guidance on how to implement cost efficient fleet risk management policy and procedures.

Webinar Pledge campaign training
15 September 2015, 2pm-3.30pm GMT, FREE
Learn to lead discussion-based workshops with drivers in your workplace or community on the themes of Brake’s Pledge campaign.

Training course (UK) Engage young people in road safety
15 September 2015, Newry, Northern Ireland, UK, £55 + VAT
A one-day course enabling professionals to campaign on road safety issues with groups of young people.

Webinar Engaging local businesses with safe and sustainable travel
16 September 2015, 2pm-3.30pm GMT, FREE
This webinar for road safety professionals will give an overview of the business case for safe and sustainable travel, and how to encourage businesses to introduce active travel schemes.

Webinar Taking part in UK Road Safety Week 2015: ideas and advice for fleet and road safety professionals
22 September 2015, 10am-11.30am GMT, FREE
This webinar will explore the 2015 Road Safety Week theme of ‘drive less, live more’ and provide tips and ideas on how organisations of any size or type can get involved.

OCTOBER 2015

Awards (UK) Fleet Safety Awards 2015
1 October 2015, Solihull, UK, £150
Brake’s long-standing awards ceremony that brings together fleet managers and suppliers to celebrate the achievements of those working to help reduce the number of road crashes involving at-work drivers.

Seminar Zero tolerance: tackling drink and drug driving
14 October 2015, Manchester (UK), £70 + VAT for Brake members, £120 + VAT for non-members
This seminar will look at the latest research on impaired driving and effective workplace interventions, including testing and education programmes.

Training course (UK) Engage young people in road safety
15 October 2015, London, UK, £55 + VAT
A one-day course enabling professionals to campaign on road safety issues with groups of young people.

Conference (UK) Police family liaison following road death and serious injury
20 October 2015, Birmingham, UK, £65 + VAT
This essential conference for police family liaison officers and other support professionals will showcase best practice in supporting people bereaved and seriously injured by road crashes.

NOVEMBER 2015

Training course (UK) Engage young people in road safety
3 November 2015, Huddersfield, UK, £55 + VAT
A one-day course enabling professionals to campaign on road safety issues with groups of young people.

Event (UK) Road Safety Week UK
23 – 29 November 2015
The UK’s biggest road safety event, coordinated by Brake and involving hundreds of professionals organising their own events.

Webinar Pledge campaign training
26 November 2015, 2pm-3.30pm GMT, FREE
Learn to lead discussion-based workshops with drivers in your workplace or community on the themes of Brake’s Pledge campaign.

DECEMBER 2015 

Seminar (UK) Introducing, evaluating, and maintaining a work-related road safety programme
1 December 2015, Huddersfield (UK), £70 + VAT for Brake members, £120 + VAT for non-members
This essential seminar will share best practice in introducing, maintaining and developing a comprehensive risk led work-related road safety programme.

2016

JANUARY 2016

Webinar Promoting safe and sustainable travel through effective publicity campaigns
28 January 2016, 10am-11.30am GMT, FREE
This webinar will provide road safety professionals with advice on how to successfully engage communities with safe, sustainable and healthy travel through awareness raising campaigns.

FEBRUARY 2016

Seminar (UK) Introducing, evaluating, and maintaining a work-related road safety programme
25 February 2016, Swindon (UK), £70 + VAT for Brake members, £120 + VAT for non-members
This essential seminar will share best practice in introducing, maintaining and developing a comprehensive risk led work-related road safety programme.

MARCH 2016

Webinar Engaging young people with safe and sustainable travel
16 March 2016, 10am-11.30am GMT, FREE
This webinar for road safety professionals will provide attendees with guidance on successfully engaging young people with road safety and sustainable and active travel.

For more information on any Brake event contact us. Book online by completing our event registration form.

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Teaching People with Disabilities to Drive – Training for Qualified Driving Instructors (ADI’s)

What is it about?

With the Equality Act 2010 providing legal rights for disabled people, preventing disability discrimination in the areas of employment, education, access to goods & services and others, we consulted trainers and driving instructors.  From this feedback, we are now providing not only a 3 day course, but also a modular approach to enhance our training which will provide you with in-depth specialist knowledge in a more time-framed session. Delegates will learn focussed groups of disability in depth and leave each session fully equipped to effectively deliver the knowledge and skills gained from your training.  All these courses receive a certificate which is soon to become accredited.

Click on these links below to get more information on each course.

Teaching People with Disabilities to Drive – 3 day course

ADI Advanced Training to Teach People with Disabilities

Module 1 – Older Drivers 

Module 2 – Teaching Deaf Pupils

Module 3 – Learning Difficulties and Autism

Module 4  – Seating and Posture

Module 5 – Inductions to Vehicle Adaptations

Module 6 – Neurological Conditions

Module 7 – Vision and Visual Imparement

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