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Driver training quality standard is a step closer

THE Fleet Driver Training Association has been given a major boost towards its goal of establishing a qualification for fleet driver trainers. The Driving Standards Agency has given its backing to the FDTA's intention to develop a qualification which goes above and beyond the DSA's own Approved Driving Instructor certificate for learner drivers.

The FDTA qualification is still in a fledgling state, but the skeleton framework is now in place. Instructors will have to demonstrate five key skills to qualify. They must:

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