DVSA Fleet Trainer Qualification
The CDT Ltd, DVSA Fleet Trainer Qualification Course is aimed at those ADIs wishing to take their professionalism a stage further into the field of coaching professional drivers. We aim to build on your existing skills and knowledge by introducing and encouraging new skills which will enable you to successfully qualify as a DVSA Fleet Trainer.
Exciting New Course Designed!! Cost just £595!
Our course has been redesigned, and we can PROUDLY SHOUT that this content is not being offered anywhere else. We have included a rigorous syllabus which has been accredited by the DVSA, enabling us to certify you as having completed the DVSA qualifying tests. The Fleet syllabus looks at developing the techniques that a good quality Fleet Coach should have;
- Advanced Driving
- Presentation Skills
- Report Writing
Registration can be obtained by successful completion of the following examinations which includes:
- Theory Test
- Practical Test of the Driving Ability
- Practical Test of Instruction/Coaching Ability
You must apply for registration within 12 months of successfully completing the training course.
You have a maximum of three attempts at each of the qualifying tests. If you do not pass in three attempts you must wait until the end of your 1 year period before you can apply to re-start the qualification process, starting with the theory test. You should complete a further application form at this point. This should be requested from the Fleet Register Section at DSA Nottingham.
This is a paper based examination consisting of 100 multiple choice questions split into four bands. 60 minutes is allowed to take the test.
Driving Ability Test:
You will be required to produce your current driving licence and ADI certificate before the test commences.
The test lasts approximately 60 minutes and includes an eyesight check and commentary drive.
The object of the test is for you to assess the ability and identify then prioritise key risk areas in a customer’s driving and compile a risk profile.
Risks should be reduced by using appropriate coaching methods.
A final risk profile will communicated at the end of the session.
This fantastic course now incorporates a further element, giving trainers the opportunity to enter into the Fleet Market already a step ahead of their peers:
Following the strict Health & Safety Executive (HSE) Guidelines, this will qualify you to be a First Aider for 3 years.