Drive iQ is already used in over 1,500 schools/ colleges in the UK

Thanks to our sponsors, Drive iQ is FREE for young people and their school/college.

Fun and interactive. A multi award-winning, high quality online education platform.  

A virtual experience of driving for young people that will improve skills such as anticipating danger, hazard detection, risk management and eye scanning - the causes of 19 out of 20 crashes.

What is Drive iQ?

A series of 6 modules and 2 interactive eBooks for your students to work through, either as individuals or as part of a facilitated group
(a workshop companion is provided).  The platform can be used at home or at school/college and only requires internet access to work.  

Drive iQ works on both PC and Mac, as well as on tablets.
Each module takes approximately 20 minutes to work through for an individual or 45minutes-1 hour as a facilitated group workshop.

Designed to help your students understand the key dangers such as distraction and peer pressure and learn how to build coping strategies to stay safe.  
An excellent programme to run as an assembly topic, tutorials or PSHE.

"In the evaluation of Drive iQ, out of 248 students, 87% rated the sessions as excellent and 13% good with feedback from the sessions saying
it was themost useful PSHE activity that they had done during the year."

Broxbourne School, Hertfordshire

How to get Drive iQ

Simply click   Get started and ensure you tag the “I am a teacher” option when entering your registration details.

For further information please contact emma@driveiq.com
 

This will automatically give you access to a student Drive iQ account.
Once the system has verified your details it will upgrade you to a teachers account providing you with the following:

Resources:
Guide to using the site
Workshop Companion for all modules
Parent Guide
Poster
Certificate

Extra Features:
Invite your students to sign up
View how your students are progressing
Complete a module as a group.
Message students individually or as a group

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