Registered charity no: 1060956.

Business in England & Wales No: 03319667 

E-DRIVER

E-DRIVER brings together a range of stakeholders including policymakers, decision makers, road safety experts, psychologists, driver trainer organisations, ICT experts and training and educational organisations working on preventive and curative measures for disadvantaged (young) adults.

E-DRIVERS aim to change attitude and risky behaviours of young adults, to reduce the incidence of road traffic accidents and to reduce the disproportionate number of deaths of young adults on the roads. The project focuses on extending and developing educators' (teachers, trainers, youth workers, social workers and probation officers) competence in supporting and preparing young adults for professional and social life. Additionally, they can also change attitudes and behaviours which are crucial in making the learner/training program successful.