Smith System Launches Complete Redesign for E-Learning Content

Arlington, Texas – March 2, 2015 – Smith System, the leader in professional driver training, has launched completely redesigned E-Learning content for its Forward and Backing Motion courses.

The new E-Learning platform contains streaming video, computer graphics and interactive test content to engage the viewer in over 90 minutes of E-Learning courses covering both Forward and Backing Motion training for small vehicles and trucks. The courses are grouped in modules that review the Smith 5 Keys to Space Cushion Driving® in 6 to 7 minute segments. The courses are accessed through Smith System’s Learning Management System (LMS) that tracks each student’s completion level and test scores.

Course content is available in 10 languages including English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Dutch, Norwegian, Thai and Portuguese. The Forward and Backing Courses can be purchased separately or as a combined Forward/Backing package.

“Our new E-Learning content is based on the proven methodology of the Smith 5 Keys,” said Frank Powers, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing for Smith System. “We are excited to update this content for viewing on a wide range of browsers and on any type of device including smartphones, tablets and laptops.”

Video overviews of the new E-Learning content are available on www.drivedifferent.com.

 

About Smith System

Smith System Driver Improvement Institute, Inc. was founded in 1952 as the nation’s first fleet driver safety training organization with on-road, hands-on safety education techniques for experienced drivers. Smith System delivers behind the wheel instruction to more than 35,000 fleet drivers each year and has presented their program in 100 countries and in 22 languages. In the past decade, Smith has provided services to more than half of the current Fortune 500® fleets and is the only company in the industry that guarantees the quality of its training. In addition to its on-road training and extensive video and DVD library, the company offers web-based education and fleet monitoring.