As IAM RoadSmart steps up its presence in the NDORS (National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme) market in the UK, the charity has appointed Alan Prosser as its new Head of Retraining.
Alan joins IAM RoadSmart from The TTC Group, providers of police and court-referred driving courses.
Alan, has over 38 years extensive experience in the driver education and casualty reduction industry including 20 years as a middle or senior manager in the public and private sectors, taking a strategic lead in the delivery, management and development of driver behavioural change programmes, including the NDORS programme.
Alan will be instrumental in helping IAM RoadSmart, the UK’s biggest independent road safety charity, strengthen its position in the driver retraining market, building on its success as an established provider in drink-drive rehabilitation programmes.
He said: “I was attracted to IAM RoadSmart because of its historical pedigree in road safety and improving driver and rider standards. As the charity now looks to build on its heritage and drive forward into new markets, this is a really exciting time to be joining the team. I am looking forward to helping the organisation achieve both its charitable and commercial aims.”
Alan, who is a keen Birmingham City fan, has recently passed his full motorbike test and is currently working towards achieving both his advanced driver and rider qualifications. He will continue to live in Staffordshire, with his wife and close to their two grown-up sons and families.
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IAM RoadSmart has a mission to make better drivers and riders in order to improve road safety, inspire confidence and make driving and riding enjoyable. It does this through a range of courses for all road users, from online assessments through to the advanced driving and riding tests. IAM RoadSmart is the trading name of all businesses operated by the UK’s largest road safety charity, the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and was formed in April 2016 combining the IAM, IAM Drive & Survive, PDS and IAM Driver Retraining Academy. The organisation has 92,000 members and campaigns on road safety on their behalf. At any one time there are over 7,000 drivers and riders actively engaged with IAM RoadSmart’s courses, from members of the public to company drivers, while our Driver Retraining Academy has helped 2,500 drivers to shorten their bans through education and support programmes.
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