KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Advanced Driving Academy (AADA) and its CEO and founder Kenvin Low has received four internationally acclaimed certifications from UK-based DIAmond Advanced Motorists and International Association of Driver Education (IVV).
The DIAmond Advanced Motorist is the largest professional membership body for drivers and rider trainers in the United Kingdom (UK) and has been an accrediting body across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific.
“It is an honour to be recognised internationally for our skills and quality in providing trainings for light and heavy vehicles as well as to other trainers across the region,” said Low.
“I thank DIAmond and IVV for awarding AADA with their highly sought after accreditations. We will ensure constant quality in our delivery of trainings as we continue to improve our skills in the motoring industry.”
Low is the first Asian to receive the DIAmond Driving Test Examiner certification from DIAmond, which authorises him to conduct driving tests on behalf of DIAmond.
Additionally, Low has been included in the IVV Accredited Training Register, which authorises him to conduct defensive driving courses for light and heavy vehicles as well as Train-the-Trainer programmes.
AADA on the other hand, is an approved training centre to conduct IVV and Train-the-Trainer courses while its trainers, Amran Hamid, Kenneth Ooi, Noor Azman Jumaat and Stanley Sip also received a certification from IVV, UK.
“These certifications are viewed as credible evidence of Kenvin’s and AADA’s above average ability in the motoring industry. Kenvin is intent on developing his team and himself, to deliver the highest possible standards of training,” said DIAmond Advanced Motorist international chief examiner Mark Atkins.
“His main strength is his desire to improve, which has not waned throughout his career. I congratulate Kenvin and his team on their unwavering hunger for improvement and wish them all the best.”
As a respectable professional driver in his industry, Low, through AADA has showcased his skills in shaping many professional drivers and also providing a comprehensive range of training courses across various industries.
At the event, AADA also received a certificate of appreciation from Akademi Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia (JPJ) for conducting a Train-the-Trainer course with its employees.
Presenting this certificate to AADA on behalf of JPJ was, Akademi Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia penyelaras program perlesenan pemandu dan kenderaan Ismail bin Hisham.
During the event, Low took the opportunity to unveil AADA’s new websites – www.aadasb.com for everyday drivers and www.safedrivingasia.com for corporate customers.
AADA also provides a comprehensive range of training programmes suitable for individuals and corporations, hence the two websites.