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November 18th 2019 Venue: Holiday Inn, Crest Way, Barnwood GL4 3RX This workshop is delivered by Lin Western ADINJC Head of Training, Lin was a DVSA Examiner for a number of years testing Cars and LGV; and Leigh Brookes who trained at Cardington as a DVSA examiner in 2018 and is still an examiner for […]
The Annual General Meeting of the ADINJC will take place on Saturday 30 November at 10am at the Village Hotel, Walsall. This will be followed by the Association Meeting. The paperwork for both meetings will follow shortly, but it would be appreciated if you could let us know if you will be attending, or give […]
Members of NASP and staff of the DVSA recently met in Nottingham. You can read the report of the meeting here.
The November edition of Traffic Safety Roads is now out – many thanks to Graham Feest, our Road Safety Advisor. In this month’s edition – Interesting Quote Grey Fleet Management System Safer People Vehicles Roads 2020 Parklet Reported Road Casualties 2018 Final Review of SMART Motorways New Technology is improving Bus Driver and Passenger Safety […]
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Some eyes are blue and some are green. Some are brown and others hazel. That’s right – you’ve guessed it – the subject of this article is predominantly about eyes or more specifically eye-contact, but more importantly than the colour of someone’s eyes is what their eyes are saying. Not only do they see […]
https://www.gov.uk/request-copy-criminal-recordFrom today (1 November 2019), anyone who becomes an authorised examiner or authorised examiner designated manager will need to have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check carried out. This is the basic DBS check that verifies the applicant’s identity and will show any unspent convictions. You won’t have to do anything if you’re already […]