The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme that promotes best practice for commercial vehicle operators. With over 4,700 members, FORS is gaining recognition as the transport industry’s go-to accreditation scheme. FORS encompasses all aspects of safety, efficiency, and environmental protection by encouraging and training fleet operators to measure, monitor and improve performance. FORS provides accreditation pathways for operators of any type, and for those organisations that award contracts and specify transport requirements.
FORS accreditation drives best practice across the European fleet industry in terms of safety, efficiency and environmental protection. It also offers guidance and training to help operators attain the Standard
A key component of gaining FORS accreditation is Safe Urban Driving & Van Smart. Seven Training have the ability to deliver these courses nationwide, not just within London.
We are recognised as a registered FORS associate and feature on their website as a supplier of Safe Urban Driving and Van Smart courses, our FORS associate page contains exclusive offers and discounts on training. We are also one of only seven suppliers in the United Kingdom to offer our customers both Safe Urban Driving and Van Smart training, this allows us to fulfil all your training requirements whether you operate a fleet of HGV's or vans.
"Seven Training provided good training locations and facilities for all courses delivered. Our drivers all said the CPC courses were very enjoyable and engaging, they particularly liked the trainers use of their personal experiences rather than using slide shows of other incidents. "
"The trainer utilised very good content to back up his impressive subject knowledge when making his points. The high-quality training equipment and environment also contributed to making this an enjoyable day, I would definitely use Seven Driver Training again."
"The trainers delivery style ensured the learners were fully engaged, giving them the opportunity to practice their skills significantly prior to assessment"
"The trainer identified each trainee learning style and asked questions appropriate to meet their learning needs, he had established a good rapport with his audience and easily engaged them in practical activities and discussions"