Charities join forces to train emergency drivers

11.49 | 5 June 2009 |

RoSPA and St John Ambulance are joining forces for a programme to improve driving, including advanced training for emergency response drivers.

The partnership represents a new direction for both organisations, with RoSPA becoming involved in emergency response training for the first time and St John Ambulance gaining RoSPA accreditation for its own driver-training school.

Errol Taylor, RoSPA deputy chief executive, said: “This partnership brings together two of the world’s leading charities in our shared goal of saving lives and reducing injuries.”

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for more information or contact RoSPA’s Driver and Fleet Solutions team on 0121 248 2105.


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