Valentine's gift for young drivers in Windsor and Maidenhead
Working in partnership with a2om, Windsor and Maidenhead's road safety team used a Valentine’s promotion to give prospective young drivers and passengers the opportunity to access a new driver e-learning package.
The Valentine’s card, designed to look 'modern yet quirky', carried details of how to log onto the free e-learning driving package, which would make a useful gift for a loved one.
The cards were distributed via sixth form centres in an envelope marked ‘For my Valentine’.
Pam McGuinness, RSO, said: "We had positive feedback from head teachers at the schools involved, and using the technology we can see how many people have taken the opportunity to log onto the learning suite."
For further information about the campaign contact Pam McGuinness.
For further information about the e-learning suite contact Yvonne Newton at a2om.
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