In this month’s magazine, Carly Brookfield gives her tips on how to ‘MOT’ your business and we revisit government financial help available for businesses affected by coronavirus. Dr James Whalen gives his training tips on reversing in general, and the parallel park. Olivia Baldock-Ward defines the term safeguarding and explains its importance while Liam Greaney
The Government has announced new measures designed to help small businesses affected by the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
This month in the magazine, editor Kathy looks back at this challenging year. In the DIA casebook, CEO Carly Brookfield revisits malicious complaints. She offers advice on ways to decrease the chances of them occurring and what to do if you find yourself on the receiving end of one. Howard Redwood’s article is a recap
NASP’s monthly update features information on ADI tests and standards checks plus advice on training in the different tiers.
This month’s magazine is a marketing special. We focus on ways to optimise your website and get creative with PR to promote your business for hardly any cost. There’s also a press release template for you to use. Trademark infringement is the topic of discussion in the DIA casebook, while James Whalen’s training feature covers
A number of test slots for tomorrow (2 December) have already been made available on the booking system. These are for tier one or two only.
DVSA has updated its standard operating procedures for car and motorcycles tests.
Our current understanding and advice regarding the legal implications of on-road training during the lockdown.