HGV and PCV Stakeholders

In collaboration with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, the following HGV and PCV stakeholder groups help govern this website.

National Register of LGV Instructors (NRI)

The NRI is led by the road transport industry and is the only Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) endorsed instructor and assessor register developed by the industry for the industry.

The not-for-profit register oversees the standards and future development of the register. Validated by the DVSA, the National Register exists simply to improve and monitor LGV (often called HGV) instructor and assessor standards, ensuring professionalism and a high standard of training in our industry.

Visit the NRI website to find out more

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Logistics Skills Network

Logistics Skills Network is a collaboration of Skills for Logistics, a highly respected authority in logistics training and an apprenticeship end-point assessment organisation (EPAO), and a number of key training providers to the Logistics and Automotive sectors.

They are a first-of-its-kind, not-for-profit membership trade organisation with a remit to represent logistics training providers and promote their collective interests to government, regulators, the wider logistics and passenger transport sectors and to those working in the sectors.

Visit the Logistic Skills Network website to find out more

National Vocational Driving Instructors Register (NVDIR)

The NVDIR maintains the register of instructors qualified to undertake LGV training. They are recognised by DVSA,

Choosing a registered school not only ensures that you will receive good training, but will also mean you are training at an establishment that carries correct insurance and complies with all current legislation.

Visit the NVDIR website to find out more

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Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT)

CPT help the bus and coach industry provide better journeys for all. They do this by representing around 900 members, giving them practical advice and support, and bringing the industry together to build better solutions.

Visit the CPT website to find out more

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