The National Register of Instructors is a register of highly trained driving instructors who have gone through a series of intense tests to improve their driving knowledge and skill. It is backed by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and was made to help improve the level of LGV training as well as increase pass rates.
Additionally, the register was set up to track the standard of LGV training and ensure high standards don’t drop. You may have thought that all instructors would have to have a high level of qualification to teach LGV driving, however, this isn’t true at all. The minimum requirement for an instructor to teach LGV driving courses is to have had their LGV licence for at least 3 years.
Successfully qualifying will provide you with a recognised qualification. As well as being part of the register you will also receive an ID card and pass certificate. Passing this course will demonstrate that you have extensive knowledge of LGV driving and that you know how to instruct LGV driving properly. An advantage of this qualification if that you will be more qualified than other instructors who have not taken the course.
How does it benefit you to be taught by a member of the National Register of Instructors?
It will give you peace of mind that you are being taught to the highest standard as you won’t have to worry about if what you are being taught is correct meaning you may have a better chance at passing your LGV test the first time. This could save you money as you may not have to pay for another course or another test.
At 2 Start we believe it is vital to give everyone the best opportunity possible to pass their course, that’s why most of our instructors are part of the National Register of Instructors. 2 Start remain committed to developing our instructors to achieve the highest level of qualification possible.
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