The ORDIT Register
ORDIT is the Official Register of Driving Instructor Training.
What is ORDIT?
ORDIT is the Official Register of Driving Instructor Training. It is administered by DVSA. DVSA is trying to raise the standards of driving instructor training and will only approve training from ORDIT trainers and organisations.
Not all driving instructor trainers are ORDIT-registered. They do not have to be as the ORDIT register is voluntary not mandatory, at present.
Why should you choose to train with an ORDIT-registered trainer?
To become ORDIT-registered, a trainer must:
- Sign to agree to be bound by the ORDIT Code of Practice covering the advertising and selling of instructor training services and customer care
- Have their training delivery assessed on a regular basis by DVSA and reach an extremely high standard
- Submit training logs and records for inspection
- Pay for this service (which is a voluntary scheme, at present)
- DVSA only recommend and promote trainers on the ORDIT register
Am I an ORDIT-registered trainer?
Yes! I have been on the ORDIT register since its inception in 1998