We’ve created a table to show the three tiers of COVID restrictions and their current impact on driver training and testing.
This month we look at risk, with a comprehensive guide to creating your own risk assessment from Nick Heath. Howard Redwood also talks about risk in his fleet feature; he defines the phrase ‘as far as is reasonably practicable’ in the context of a company reducing risk by spending money on fleet training. This month’s DIA …
In this month’s issue of Driver Trainer editor Kathy Manson untangles the web to help you get to grips with the basics of building your own website. CEO Carly Brookfield opens the DIA casebook and tells us about how we helped a member resolve a car finance issue. James Whalen expands on goal setting theory in his training article and Howard Redwood’s fleet series continues with an in-depth look at assessment forms. All this plus the usual car reviews, industry opinion and latest news.
People on low incomes who need to self-isolate in areas with high incidence of COVID-19 will benefit from a new payment scheme.
Up to 16,000 people were overpaid on the first self-employed income support grant.
Additional reasonable adjustments have been agreed by DVSA for deaf candidates taking practical driving tests during the COVID-19 restrictions. These mainly concern measures to ensure effective communication between examiner and candidate before and during the practical driving test. The agreed adjustments include: Q If a test candidate with hearing difficulties needs to lipread, will the