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RTA e-learning


Overview

Have you got a big RTA team to train? Do you regularly recruit new staff?

If so our e-learning could be just what you need. It's already a big hit with Clyde & Co and Commercial Legal

It’s a great way to make sure that everybody has the same training. You can easily check who has completed it and how well they have done. You can even use some of the assessments as a recruitment tool.


We have developed a unique and exciting range of online resources to train staff on how to assess liability in road traffic accident claims.

  • Assessing liability in RTAs - e-learning course
  • 100 animated accident reconstructions with barrister feedback
  • Online test with animated accident reconstructions
  • Liability assessments using realistic documents

If you prefer face-to-face training for your team click here.

Content

Assessing liability e-learning course

The course covers:

  • driving hazards video
  • the law of negligence relating to RTA claims
  • applying the law
  • gathering evidence to prove your case
  • dealing with conflicting evidence
  • trial reconstruction
Liability scenarios

We have around 100 animated accident reconstructions. Delegates decide who is liable for the accident. Then they find out whether their view of liability matches that of our barrister. Feedback includes commentary on the important factors to take into account. Click to view the current accident scenarios.

Our online test includes 8 accident scenarios. Delegates must decide on liability in each accident and are scored on their answers. We provide reporting and monitoring of the results.

Liability assessments

Delegates are taken through a case study which uses realistic documents such as:

  • Claims notification form
  • Client questionnaire
  • Map of accident site
  • Photographs of accident site
  • Engineer’s report
  • Police accident report
  • Witness evidence

The assessments can also be used as recruitment tools to check candidates’ knowledge.

Sample scenario

RTA scenarios