DVSA announce new team of ADI examiners

Thursday, November 2, 2017

 

The DVSA have announced that it is creating a new team of dedicated Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) examiners, who’ll be conducting ADI qualifying tests and standards checks 5 days a week.

 

This will help improve test availability and as they’ll be based across the country, in time the agency will be able to offer a greater choice of location for these tests.

 

ADI examiners will:

  • Provide feedback on performance following practical tests, standards checks and ORDIT inspections

  • Share good practice in line with National standards

  • Support ADIs who have any questions or concerns about driver training

  • Alert the Registrar’s team of non-compliance with regulations

This will provide ADIs with specialist day-to-day contact with staff from DVSA, help raise standards in driver training and support people through a lifetime of safe driving.

 

The agency said that it will keep people informed of developments, including details of your local ADI Enforcement manager.

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