DfT Authorisations 992 and 1007 allow Dangerous Goods Driver Training (DGDT), including both theory and individual practical elements required under ADR Chapter 8.2, to be delivered remotely to candidates who are applying for or refreshing an ADR Driver Training Certificate in line with the provisions set out in ADR Chapter 8.2.
The Department of Transport (DfT) has authorised a further extension for the remote delivery of dangerous goods driver training.
The existing extension, DfT Authorisation 992, expires on 30 June 2022
The replacement authorisation, DfT Authorisation 1007, will come into effect from 1 July 2022 and will expire on 31 December 2022 unless withdrawn or otherwise revoked.
17 May 2022