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NASP comment on DVSA’s announcement that it is deploying more staff to full time driver testing, creating 150,000 additional test slots.

DVSA has announced today that it will be creating 150,000 additional driving tests slots by asking up to 240 full time staff to return to frontline testing for the next 6 months. The move is aimed at further reducing test waiting times, with a current national average of 20 weeks. From as early as next week the agency will

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Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) & National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP) Quarterly Meeting Report

The DVSA and NASP meet on a quarterly basis – this was the third meeting of the year. The meeting was attended by seven representatives from the DVSA and three NASP associations. The purpose of this meeting was for the DVSA to provide an update on the following topics: • Driver recovery• Driver policy• ADI

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Report of joint meeting with DVSA held on 7 February 2023 at Berkeley House, Bristol

The latest meeting between the National Associations Strategic Partnership (formed of the three main industry associations) and DVSA took place in Bristol on 7th February.  Topics for discussion included test waiting times, efficacy of ORDIT and ORDIT processes, the development of more flexible driving test delivery and driving test and fraud.

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Report on joint NASP/DVSA meeting held on 22 August 2022 

There were six senior DVSA staff members and representatives of each of the associations representing NASP in attendance. There were numerous items on the agenda, and covered below:  Driving test waiting times DVSA were invited to start with an update on driving test waiting times, DVSA replied, that the Business Plan quoted a national average

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