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DIA Code of Conduct

I hereby agree to abide by the following code: I will not mislead the public over services provided by the school. This applies in particular to instructors’ qualifications and the likely cost of lessons which will be necessary to reach the standard required by the Driving Standards Agency’s driving test. I will ensure that clients

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What is the DIA Code of Conduct?

It is our passionate belief that members of the public should be protected from inferior instruction and poor customer service. We strongly believe that anybody using a DIA registered trainer should feel reassured that they are receiving a professional service. The DIA promotes its members via TV and radio interviews and online at www.getintodriving.com and

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Serious misconduct complaints against instructors increase

Recent statistics from DVSA reveal a worrying rise in complaints against instructors made by students relating to indecency, sexually inappropriate behaviour or harassment.   In 2017/2018, 150 cases of this nature were investigated by DVSA’s Counter-Fraud & Investigations Team. Year to date, this figure has already increased to 246, nearly 100 more claims being investigated than in the same

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Role of Social Media

With social media continuing to dominant its impact on our daily lives, it has become a key tool to market not only our business, but also ourselves.

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Join The Driving Instructors Association

With the uncertainty around ever-changing COVID-19 restrictions, it’s vital for you to stay in the know. We update our DIA members regularly with the latest news about the driver and rider training industry and the impact of the COVID pandemic. Professional membership for driver and rider trainers Join today for only £75 per year Plus

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Pull up on the right proving to be the right move?

Pupil performance in managing riskier manoeuvres has improved since this was introduced to the Category B test last December. Latest test statistics show that driving faults for moving away safely have reduced by 3.4%. This indicates candidates now have greater awareness of the risk of moving away from the side of the road and understand how

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DIA Terms and Conditions

Join the DIA now with no joining fee and free post-lockdown training toolkit Join the DIA before 31st August 2020 and save £15 on joining fee Minimum membership period of one year.  Offer ends 31st August 2020. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  The DIA reserves the right to withdraw the

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Terms and Conditions

Training and Events Refund Policy If you cancel within 7 days of booking we will refund the cost of the event. However, we cannot issue any refunds if you want to cancel anytime after this.​ Full Terms and Conditions We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time, and you agree

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