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New online tool to check your drivers’ theory test progress

19 April 2023

DVSA’s official publishers, The Stationery Office (TSO), is launching a new tool to help train drivers and riders through their theory tests .

Trainers and organisations can save time and gain valuable information in supporting their drivers and pupils study for their theory tests. This will help them to pass more quickly.

The new tool allows you to check on the progress of your drivers and pupils as they prepare to take their theory test. This means you can:

  • see the topics they understand well
  • see their scores and check that their levels of understanding are improving
  • Identify areas where they may need extra help and support
  • tailor revision sessions so they better meet your drivers’ needs

The resource can be used to help with all theory tests, such as checking on progress for heavy/large goods vehicles as well as Driver CPC case studies, and passenger-carrying vehicles theory test candidates.

You can also use the tool to check on the progress of car, motorcycle and approved driving instructors (ADIs) candidates.

To showcase the multi-user eLearning platform there are webinars to explain the benefits of using the system. The webinars are free to attend and should last no more than 30 mins. Further details can be found at https://www.safedrivingforlife.info/shop/multi-user-access.

 

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