On 5th January 2021 JAUPT announced what is required to operate remote training during the continued COVID period.
JAUPT state that in order to continue to deliver Driver CPC periodic training remotely, it will be necessary for the training schools to send a copy of the suggested "Remote Delivery Training" proposal for consideration.
It is suggested the approved trainer should forward by email to DCPC_CC@dvsa.gov.uk with remote training proposal for the delivery of the Driver CPC course(s).
The proposals should include the following;
- The volume of drivers can train in a single session? DVSA suggest less than 15 delegates
- Is the subject matter suitable to be delivered remotely?
- How will the course be managed to ensure interactive in order to maintain driver engagement?
- You must confirm and explain how on-line delivery of the course is a two-way and the trainers and drivers can see each other throughout the sessions.
- You must confirm that each session will be delivered over 7 hours, however, this may be delivered over two 3.5 hour sessions over consecutive days.
- What measures do you have in place to to ensure the appropriate and robust ID checks are carried out?
- How you will manage attendance, break times and ensure the course session is the right length?
- What procedures do you have in place if the online connection is lost with the candidate. How you will manage a loss in connection, and ensure the mandatory 7 hours periodic training is completed?
- What procedures are in place to ensure your attendance records are maintained?
- How you will provide the consortium lead remote access to the course delivery for QA purposes? (for consortia members only)
- You must confirm that you will provide JAUPT with the links and access to the course when you submit the scheduled course details, this is requires to enable JAUPT to join the sessions in place at multiple (and random) times throughout the course to ensure Quality Assurance?