Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
Due to the unfolding situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), IAM RoadSmart Trustees have taken the difficult decision to temporarily suspend all our on-road training and scale back our resources, from Wednesday 1 April 2020.
A small team is still available to respond to enquiries from our groups, members and customers. In line with Government advice, they are all working from home.
Our Trustees and Senior Management Team continue to monitor the situation closely and make decisions that will best protect our future organisational capability based on current Government advice.
We may have had to pause all our vehicle and classroom-based training activities in support of the Government’s advice, but you can still access the benefits of membership, purchase our on-road courses, access our Choices e-learning platform, find out more about what we can do to help you create and implement a driver risk management strategy and visit our shop online at www.iamroadsmart.com
This decision has not been made lightly. However, Trustees believe these steps are in the best long-term interests of our charity and our mission to reduce the number of people who are killed and injured on the UK’s roads.
It also ensures everyone at IAM RoadSmart – our colleagues, examiners, trainers, groups, members and customers – are able to play their part in minimising the spread of the virus. We believe this is the responsible thing to do.
If you need to contact us, we ask you to use email wherever possible. Our Customer Care team is available between 9am and 12.30pm and from 1.30pm until 5pm Monday to Friday until further notice.
You may have to wait a little longer than usual for a response, but we thank you in advance for your patience and will answer your query as quickly as we can. Please see our contact page for further details about how to get in touch.
We will keep in touch as the situation develops and intend to resume our normal services as soon as we can do so safely.
Derek McMullan, Chairman
Mike Quinton, CEO
Staying well in extraordinary times
In such extraordinary times, where we are all socially-distanced and coping with new challenges in our day to day lives, some people may need some added support for their health and wellbeing. Here are a few resources which may be helpful: