You will be able to access the new online system from week commencing the 20th November. Once the system is live, we will be adding video tutorials and screenshots to this page.
Step 1 – Access the online system
You will be sent an email containing your log in details which will allow you to access your organisation’s account. When you login for the first time you will be asked to reset your password.
Step 2 – Complete the DA Registration Process
Once you have logged in and taken a look around, you will need to access Your Driver Assessor Registration Progress through YourDA Dashboard. Here you will be able to see an overview of your registration progress. There will be two steps to complete before being able to start delivering the new MiDAS Standard.
Complete the driver online theory course – So that you know what drivers will be completing, you have the opportunity to go through the e-learning course yourself.
Sign the Driver Assessor Agreement – This agreement has been created to help ensure that MiDAS is delivered and awarded accurately and ultimately to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers. It shouldn’t include anything that you aren’t already doing – but it should help to make it clearer what the roles and responsibilities are for everyone involved in the delivery of MiDAS.
You will then be able to access your new Driver Assessor certificate. This will have the same expiry date as your existing DAT certificate.
Key activities that you will be completing
You will be able to access the new online system from week commencing the 20th November. Once the system is live, we will be adding video tutorials and screenshots to show how to complete each of these activities.
1. Purchasing Learner Passes
Every driver completing MiDAS will need a Learner Pass to access the online course. This process will be similar to the way which you currently order certificates and handbooks
2. Allocating Learner Passes
You can allocate the Learner Passes that you have purchased to drivers as and when you need to. You will just need their name and email address.
3. Checking Learner Progress
Once a Learner Pass has been allocated, the driver will be sent all the information they need to access the online course. You will get an email notification once they have completed their theory assessment. However, if you want to, you can also log in and view their progress.
4. Filing Practical Info
Following the completion of a course, you will need to log in to input the driver’s assessment results.
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