MasterDrive is open!


MasterDrive opened for business this week and would like to welcome back anyone else returning from their end-of-year break in the coming weeks. The organisation looks forward to working with you as you resume or start your advanced roadcraft training.


The managing director of MasterDrive, Eugene Herbert, says the company decided to close for only a short period this year. “Due to the upheavals in business as a result of COVID-19, many companies needed to meet their health and safety requirements in a much shorter timeframe than normal.


“Consequently, we planned our end-of-year break with this in mind and were able to provide training for an extended period to assist companies in need of driver training. It is for this reason that MasterDrive is already open and ready to deliver on your training needs.”


COVID-19 protocols will remain in place during training. “MasterDrive is aware of the challenges that the present wave of COVID-19  is creating and has enhanced  their existing  protocols to deal more effectively with the challenges created. We kept employees and clients safe from being infected last year and we are fully committed to keeping this enviable record in the weeks and months ahead.


“We also have a number of new measures in place to provide extra protection against the new, stronger strain of the virus. We cannot stress enough that the safety of our employees and clients is of utmost importance and we will continue to prioritise this as we progress through the various evolutions of COVID-19.”


MasterDrive looks forward to resuming training with their clients during 2021. “Do not hesitate to contact us to get a head start on your driver training or to find out more about our COVID-19 protocols,” says Herbert.


If you would like to book your advanced roadcraft training or would like to receive more information on the COVID-19 protocols being adhered to, please contact MasterDrive on or call on 086 110 0618.


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