NASP has produced an updated set of guidelines, taking into account the latest briefing from DVSA on the resumption of testing and training. We will work to expand on these for rider and vocational trainers where applicable. Download the guidelines here: https://mcusercontent.com/f9cc720eee8c4047ef8ac2ce3/files/aa18fff8-e0a0-4436-8dbc-983dc7a6a4b3/NASP_Guidelines_on_driver_trainers_safely_returning_to_work_2nd_July_2020_Final_T_T.pdf
The DIA has written to the Chancellor asking for the self employed income support scheme to be extended.
Our CEO Carly Brookfield says that any decision to return to on-road training needs to be carefully evaluated with all risks considered.
Current government advice is to stay at home, and NASP has recommended that driver trainers cease driving lessons (except to key workers). This means it is important to have other ways to keep your pupils engaged amid the coronavirus pandemic, if you can. There is a lot of official government guidance to help you to