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Driver training courses reach milestones

Stay Metrics announced the milestones reached by Drive Safe and Drive Fit since the innovative training courses became part of the privately branded Driver Rewards engagement and retention platform that Stay Metrics administers for carriers.

In September 2015, Stay Metrics added safety and health & wellness training to the Driver Rewards platform. The expanding library of training courses became one of many options for carriers to engage drivers and build loyalty with recognition and rewards.

The Driver Rewards platform gives carriers the option to use any or all modules in the Drive Safe and Drive Fit collections for ongoing training needs. Carriers can specify which module drivers take each month, and points are automatically awarded upon completion.

Drivers have been awarded more than 250 million points from their carriers for completing 170,000 lessons to date. Drivers can redeem their points on thousands of valuable, non-cash items through an online catalog.

To develop training collections, Stay Metrics partners with Luma, a research-based learning and instructional design company. The learning modules deliver short, interactive learning experiences that improve driver safety and wellness in meaningful ways.

On average, drivers have scored 86.6% on the lessons to date. Modules are continuously improved using real-time analytics and driver feedback. This ensures the content stays current and relevant to drivers.

Drivers continually give high ratings to the modules. From the beginning, the average rating drivers give has remained high at 4.4 out of 5.

Stay Metrics recently added an “Extreme Weather Conditions” module to Drive Safe. Recently added to Drive Fit were courses on “Dealing with Stress” and “Depression.” Both courses were specifically requested by drivers.

See www.staymetrics.com for further information.

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