NASP DVSA Standards Check Changes Q&A Part 2

For part 1 of the NASP QandA see here

NASP (https://n-a-s-p.co.uk) is made up of the 3 tier 1 partners for DVSA, the DIA, ADINJC and MSA GB. They have received the following answers from the DVSA and are having a meeting in early September for further discussions and to air any concerns and questions not previously forwarded.… Read full article

by Chris Bensted, August 28, 2021
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DITC letter to the DVSA regarding Standards Check Changes

Sent: 20th August 2021

Dear DVSA,

We are writing to you as The Driving Instructor and Trainers Collective – Signposting point for the industry and advocate for ADI benefits and support. Our reach includes 10,000+ ADIs and PDIs, and we wish to respond to the recent recovery related emails broadcast by the DVSA.… Read full article

by Chris Bensted, August 24, 2021
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NASP Q & A about DVSA Standard Check Changes

From NASP “On 13th August NASP wrote to DVSA with questions received from members concerning prioritising standards checks. The answers from DVSA received on August 18th are given below.

There is also a specimen ADI driver test analysis report as an example for you to view, here.… Read full article

by Chris Bensted, August 21, 2021
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DVSA Targeted Standards Checks

This week the DVSA announced that they would be using pass statistics to targeted ADIs with lower than average pass rates for Standards Checks to improve standards and test ready assessments by ADIs.

They said:

Prioritising standards checks and engagement call

In the message issued earlier today we explained what we are doing next to help reduce car driving test waiting times.… Read full article

by Chris Bensted, August 20, 2021
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DITC ask NASP – May 2021

We took the opportunity to raise some of your issues, concerns and questions with NASP. You can listen to Chris Bensted reading through the Question and Answers on the bonus episode of The Instructor Podcast (Complete with extra details and discussion).… Read full article

by Chris Bensted, June 1, 2021
Section:  News