Emergency response drivers and riders are highly trained drivers and riders for
- ambulances and paramedic services
- blood and organ transfer services
- fire and rescue services
- police vehicles
- armed services
- VIP protection.
Emergency response driving and riding require outstanding driving skills to allow you to handle a vehicle safely in difficult situations and at high speed.
Before taking emergency response training, you can develop your driving skills using a course offered by organisations such as IAM or RoSPA.
You can also use the Roadcraft and Motorcycle Roadcraft books to help you study and improve your skills.