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Report from DIA’s latest meetings with DVSA

As you will be aware, DIA, MSA and ADINJC, form part of the National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP), the steering group for the driver and rider training industry and the only first-tier consultative stakeholder group in our profession recognised by the DVSA and DfT.  Regular meetings are held with DVSA to gain updates on the agency’s activity

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DVLA’s digital drive: Streamlined licence renewal & provisional applications online

The process for upgrading your driver’s licence following test passing has been altered, according to an announcement made by the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency. According to the DVLA, drivers can now use the Driver and Vehicles Account Service to apply for their first provisional licence and to renew the photo on their driver’s licence.

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DVSA Chair reappointed and new non-executive director appointed

Nick was originally appointed for a 3-year term in July 2021. He has been reappointed for a further 3-year term and will continue to play a vital role in the effective strategic and operational leadership of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). Helen Aston has also been appointed as Non-Executive Director and chair of

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DVSA: There is still time to help us to understand the change in booking behaviour

There’s still time for you to share your views with DVSA on the change in booking behaviour we are seeing for driving tests. If you’ve not had chance yet, you can fill in the ADI booking behaviour change survey here. DVSA recently launched the survey for approved driving instructors (ADIs) to help them understand the

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Ready to Pass? campaign paid for media activity and toolkit

Waiting times for driving tests are longer than normal and the Driver Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is working hard to reduce them. The long driving test waiting times are changing the behaviour of learner drivers, meaning that they are booking their test before they are ready. The national average driving test pass rate for January

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Statement from DVSA on suspension of the planned examiner strikes

The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) announced the suspension the planned industrial action in February 2024 DVSA has made an offer to PCS that addresses the 8 concerns raised by their members. These include members’ safety, terms and conditions and the standards of safety that driving tests require. PCS will now fully consult its

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