Loveday Ryder, DVSA Chief Executive, reflects on achievements in 2022, including bringing driving test waiting times down, tackling businesses exploiting learner drivers, and the launch of the‘Ready to Pass?’ campaign.
What we're doing to set standards for driver training, including the skills, knowledge and understanding needed, and how we're protecting the public from illegal instructors.
Earlier this year I updated you on our progress on what we are doing to tackle businesses who are buying large amounts of tests and selling them for a profit. The purpose of ‘book and manage your pupils’ test …
Today we’ve published the results of our ‘Working as a driving instructor’ survey. This was previously known as the ADI Demand survey. Thank you for taking the time out to respond to our survey. We received over 3,250 responses and …
Amanda Lane, Head of Driver Testing and Training Policy, shares how we plan to create content for parents as part of our ‘Ready to Pass?’ campaign and the role that ADIs can play in supporting us.
We want to update you on the measures we’ve introduced so far to help learner drivers from being exploited by people and companies selling them driving tests at an inflated price and on the impact, they are having on learners …
Since launching our voluntary approved driving instructor (ADI) engagement call in October 2021, we’ve now completed over 2,500 of them. David Collings, Head of Enforcement Delivery, explains how they work, the feedback we’ve had, and his advice about the call.
Find out how the 'Ready to Pass?' campaign has been developed, the types of messages your pupils will receive, and some changes we've made based on your feedback.
Graham O'Brien, DVSA Assistant Chief Driving Examiner, shares an update from 4 webinars we ran about mock driving tests, and 2 recent appearances he's made on driving instructor podcasts. Find out how to watch the webinar recording and listen to the podcasts.
Find out how you can help to support the 'Ready to Pass?' campaign, including using templates for social media, emails and text messages.
We know that 1 in 10 people who fail their driving test say the main reason was because they were nervous on the day. In this blog post, San Harper explains how a mindfulness-based approach can help you support your pupils with managing their nerves.