We are delighted to extend our warmest congratulations to Hannah, a dedicated individual from Gloucestershire University, for successfully passing her D1 3b test at MT Training’s Tewkesbury Training Centre. Hannah’s accomplishment is a testament to her commitment and the high-quality training provided by our experienced D1 Minibus driving instructor team.

At MT Training Services, we understand the importance of professional training for individuals required to drive minibuses as part of their work. Our comprehensive Minibus training course prepares candidates for the DSA’s category D1 and D1+E driving tests, essential for obtaining the D1 driving licence.

For many organisations, staff are required to hold a category D1 driving licence to operate minibuses. It’s worth noting that drivers who acquired the D1 rights with a 101 exemption before 1997 can drive a minibus as long as it’s not for paid work. However, those who obtained their driving license after 1997 do not hold the D1 entitlement and need proper training.

MT Training Services offers the MIDAS training for vocational drivers, ensuring that individuals are well-prepared for minibus driving and passenger safety. This is especially recommended for drivers with the 101 exemption, even if their minibus driving is within voluntary organisations.

Hannah’s success highlights the effectiveness of our D1 Minibus training program and our commitment to providing candidates with the skills and knowledge required for safe and proficient minibus driving.

If you or your organization requires Minibus training, MT Training Services is here to assist. Explore our training programs and learn more about how we can help you achieve your D1 driving licence goals by visiting our website: D1 Minibus Training at MT Training Services.

Congratulations once again to Hannah on this remarkable achievement! If you’re ready to embark on your D1 Minibus training journey, MT Training Tewkesbury is here to guide and assist you every step of the way.