First year success for National Register of LGV Instructors01 February 2018

The National Register of Large Good Vehicle Instructors (NRI) has announced that in its first year of operation 540 instructors joined the register and 20 exam centres were approved, carrying out 103 examinations.

The NRI is operated by RTITB and is the only DVSA-approved register. It was established in January 2017 when DVSA announced it was closing the existing register.

Its aim is to promote higher standards of LGV instruction, increasing the number of registered instructors and helping to improve the national pass rate for LGV vocational tests.

“The NRI is run by the industry, for the industry, as working collaboratively is the best way to improve road transport safety and training standards,” says Richard Brewer, general manager of the NRI.

“We are delighted to have achieved so much in our first year but are keen to expand further and do more to help professionalise the LGV training industry.”

The NRI is also supported by the Freight Transport Association and Road Haulage Association.

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Laura Cork

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