Asia Advanced Driving Academy (AADA) and Kenvin Low, CEO/ Founder of AADA, received four internationally acclaimed certifications from DIAmond Advanced Motorists and International Association of Driver Education (IVV), today in a formal presentation held at The Oak Room Nexus in Bangsar South KL. Presenting the DIAmond certifications was DIAmond Advanced Motorist’ Chief Examiner (International) Mark Atkins.
The internationally recognized DIAmond Advanced Motorist is the largest professional membership body for drivers and rider trainers in the United Kingdom; being an accrediting body all across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and most of Asia Pacific. Indeed the accreditation also serves as an acknowledgement for Kenvin Low – a vastly experienced and highly knowledgeable professional race driver slashed trainer instructor who have been tirelessly working towards achieving AADA’s prime objective: to be the premier provider of comprehensive driving education services across Asia.
Kenvin Low is the first Asian to receive the DIAmond Driving Test Examiner certification from DIAmond which authorizes Kenvin to conduct driving tests on behalf of DIAmond. Kenvin has also been included in the IVV Accredited Training Register – authorizes him to conduct Defensive Driving course for Light and Heavy vehicles as well as Train-the-Trainer programs. AADA on the other hand, is an approved training centre to conduct IVV and Train-the Trainer courses. AADA’s four professional trainers Amran Hamid, Kenneth Ooi, Noor Azman Jumaat and Stanley Sip were all recipients of IVV UK Certifications.
As a respectable professional driver in his industry, Kenvin, through AADA has showcased his skills in shaping many professional drivers and also providing a comprehensive range of training courses across various industries. The event also had AADA being officially recognized by JPJ Academy for conducting a Train-the-Trainer course with its employees.
On a final note two new AADA websites were also unveiled: www.aadasb.com which targets everyday drivers and www.safedrivingasia.com for corporate customers. For more information check out these two brand new AADA pages.