The National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP) has shared an update on their recent joint quarterly meeting with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). The meeting brought together senior members from both organisations and focused on important topics such as driver recovery, policy updates, and driver training.
NASP has now published a report summarising the key discussions and outcomes of the meeting. he report covers crucial topics, including driver recovery strategies, driver policy advancements, ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) registration updates, ADI examinations, the impactful Ready to Pass? campaign, PDI (Potential Driving Instructor) advertising and messaging, ORDIT (Official Register of Driving Instructor Trainers) updates, Part 3 and entry-level PDI progress, Pass Plus initiatives, and documentation related to LGV (Large Goods Vehicle) licenses.
To access the detailed report and stay informed about the latest developments in driver training and education, visit the official NASP website.
2 thoughts on “NASP Releases Report on Joint Quarterly Meeting with DVSA”
First of all the waiting times for driving tests should be addressed, the government should be agreeable with all parties, the longest waiting time should be 3 months across the whole country.
Instead of the sc checks, it should be compulsory 20 hours of CPD.training over a 3 period.
We still are no nearer disposing of the third party (cowboys) of sorting out the booking system as mentioned in todays Sunday Times and Miss Loveday’s comment we will stop this is really not going to happen as this is now been dragging along for over 2 years now.