Mild slopes, around 15 degree with run out areas and reasonable traction (units 1 - 7)
A standard for private and commercial drivers who use 4x4s regularly but only drive in mild off-highway conditions which may only give reasonable
traction such as mud, grass, gravel, snow & ice.
The Basic Level (units 1 - 7) is a half day course at 2 - 1 ratio or full day at 3 - 1 ratio.
Standard Level Off Road Driving Course:
Moderate slopes, around 25 degrees with run out areas and reasonable traction (units 1 - 11)
A standard for private and commercial drivers who may use 4x4's in off-highway areas of moderate difficulty.
The Standard Level will include units 1 - 7 of the Basic Level
The Standard level (units 1 - 12) is a one day course at a maximum ratio of 2 - 1
Higher Level Off Road Driving Course:
Steep slopes above 25 degrees with run out areas, may be low traction (units 1 - 18)
A standard for operators working in unknown conditions and likely to encounter situations that require
a high level of training and skill. This level confirms competence at the standard level then extends
the drivers skill to cope with situations up to the vehicles capabilities.
It also trains drivers to assess and recognise situations beyond the vehicles limits which must be avoided.
The Higher Level will include units 1 - 12 of the Basic & Standard Levels
The Higher Level (units 1 - 20) is a two day course at a maximum ratio of 3 – 1
Training 4 Offroad provide certificated, approved training courses accepted by HSE, Forestry Commission,
St. Johns, Mountain Rescue, Emergency Services, Local Authorities, Universities as well as private sector blue chip companies.
Endorsements and affiliations include BORDA, LANTRA, EASI, FORT, AA DriveTech and the IOPD.