Do you want to become a PATS Trainer?
1) Register with PATS
In order to become a PATS Trainer, you need to register as a member of the PATS training scheme.
Registration is a commitment to ensuring that you and your organisation take seriously your role in protecting your passengers and developing your drivers. There is no additional fee to register as part of the PATS training scheme.
When you join, you will be given a PATS registration number. It’s important that you keep this safe, as you will be asked for it when you book PATS training.
2) Find your nearest Training Agent
To become a PATS Trainer you will need to get in contact with a certified Training Agent who will run your training course.
View a list of Training Agents
What to expect from your PATS Training.
PATS training should be delivered to the same standard regardless of where you receive the training and who it is delivered by. Below you can find a document which outlines what to expect before, during and after you receive training.
Training is regularly monitored and you may be contacted about the training you have received to ensure that it meets the standard outlined below.
PATS Trainers – Topics and Timings
If you would like to contact us about the training you receive you can get in touch, either anonymously or with your details, here.