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The NRI, also known as the National Register of Instructors endorsed by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). The National Vocational Driving Instructor Registration (NVDIR) are also approved and recognised by the DVSA.

Developed by the industry, for the industry, the Register was established and launched in December 2016. They were replacement for the DVSA’s voluntary LGV Instructor Register and the RTITB Register of Professional Instructors.

The not-for-profit Register is operated by RTITB. Also, they are supported by Logistics UK and the Road Haulage Association (RHA). The NRI also issues AFV (alternatively fuelled vehicles) training certification to drivers. They also support those delivering training and/or assessment to Category BE licence holders.

NRI supply three types of registrations

An exclusive examination body, the NRI monitors the standards outlined at examination centres such as 2 Start. They also set the criteria for these exams.

The objectives the NRI have outlined are

The NRI believe that by encouraging the high LGV instruction standards, assessment and mentoring will help improve driving standards and safety on the road.

2 Start aim to have all of their LGV instructors accredited by the NRI.

You can also train to become an accredited instructor by booking onto our National Register of LGV Instructors 5-day course. 2 Start also supply a Re-registration course.

Upon completion of the training, your accreditation will be valid for five-years. You will receive an ID card and certificate.

You can check the register for our accredited instructors.