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#1 Sunday 10th February 2008 22:38:30

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Ive just been brushing over some of the threads regarding fleet training.

Am i correct in understanding that there are 2 different routes to qualify.

1) Take the DSA 3 part examination
2) Take an accredited course and complete this to be entered onto the Fleet register.

There are different training providers. Nigel for 1, IAMS Roada and DIA for example.

Will these providers give training for the DSA 3 part exam also or is this not included in the weekly courses.

All seems a minefield and very confusing.

Thanks


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#2 Sunday 10th February 2008 22:46:34

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An accreditted course will cover all the training and exams to obtain the orange badge including part 3

It should mirror the DSA qualifying exam procedure.


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#3 Sunday 10th February 2008 22:59:38

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I recommend Nigel's course. Best thing I have done training wise in the driver training industry

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#4 Sunday 10th February 2008 23:10:03

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The only course I can personally recommend is the RoSPA Diploma.  It's the only one I have done afterall!

I have also heard good reports of Hector's course and the ADI Federation.

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#5 Thursday 14th February 2008 22:34:40

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I would recommend the Lancs Road Safety course.  It's the one I went on and was excellent. 


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#6 Tuesday 26th February 2008 00:16:36

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Hi.

I'm with Nigel, I would recommend the RoSPA Diploma, I took this course a few years ago but found it very good, I have also heard good things about the IAM CAT (cert advanced trainer) course.

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#7 Tuesday 26th February 2008 06:34:21

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The other good thing about the RoSPA Diploma is that you are re-tested every 3 years to ensure you have kept your standards up. 

Nigel


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#8 Sunday 25th May 2008 21:49:19

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I took the ADI fed accredited course and found it to be very comprehensive.


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#9 Wednesday 10th December 2008 21:36:40

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Amber Training in Carlisle, excellent tutor, reasonably priced.


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