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MiDAS Minibus Training

We have MiDAS qualified  trainers who can offer MiDAS training. This is the Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme;

a nationally recognised standard for the assessment and training of minibus drivers.


Designed to enhance minibus driving standards, promote the safer operation of minibuses and to

enhance the driving and passenger awareness skills of drivers. Certificates issued are valid for 4 years.

We offer both
Standard Minibus and Wheelchair Accessible Minibus training.

​​Standard Minibus Certificate

£65 Per person


Training in the skills required to drive a Standard minibus.

Delegates will learn and explore:

A thorough knowledge of the legal responsibilities of a minibus driver and duty of care.

Department for Transport codes of practice in safe carriage of passengers.

Good practice in passenger comfort.


Health and Safety at work for drivers.

Manoeuvring of vehicles.

Defensive driving techniques.

Minibus fire and evacuation.
 
At the end of this session, candidates sit a written test paper, consisting of
20 questions, the answers to which will be contained in the training session.

Each candidate undertakes a 45 Minute on the road driving assessment.
 
The assessment route takes in to consideration a wide range of road conditions.

The assessor provides feedback and advice to the candidate during the drive.




Wheelchair Accessible Minibus Certificate

£75 Per Person 


This course is for those carrying wheelchair users, and so those needing knowledge and experience of using passenger lifts and securing wheelchairs etc. 

Delegates will learn and explore:

Group discussion after viewing a training related film.

Safe use of ramps and tail lifts.

Wheelchair and passenger restraint equipment.

Department for Transport codes of practice on safe carriage
of passengers in wheelchairs.

Good practice on passenger assistance.


Good practice in passenger comfort.

Health and Safety at work for drivers.

Manoeuvring of vehicles.

Defensive driving techniques.

Minibus fire and evacuation.

Information on disability, carrying children and professional

etiquette.

At the end of this session, candidates sit a written exam paper,

consisting of 20 questions, the answers to which will be

contained in the training session.

Each candidate undertakes a 45 minute on-the-road driving

assessment.

The assessment route takes in to consideration a wide range

of road conditions.

The assessor provides feedback and advice to the candidate

during the drive.

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