Tri-Coaching Partnership specialise in the development of DVSA approved driving instructors and those learning to become a driving instructor.
The Motor Schools Association of Great Britain (MSA GB) is one of the longest established national bodies for driver trainers in the world, having started back in 1935 just before the introduction of the driving test, it is the senior association for driver trainers in Britain. The association provides members with information both electronically and in print. Representation, both for individuals who have difficulties with other bodies and members collectively when we are consulted by bodies like the DVSA. MSA GB offer a range of services which are included in the membership fee and further services at discounted prices or with special benefits to members. The support provided for driver trainers is well documented and includes advice about all aspects of the profession of driver training and a shoulder to lean on when things get tough for individual members. MSA membership is open to Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructors (DVSA ADIs) and all road transport trainers are welcome including motorcycle, lorry, bus, off road and theory trainers. Trainee licence holders, potential driving instructors and those training to be ADIs (PDIs), driving school proprietors and other interested parties may also join. PDIs are welcomed into MSA membership and on qualification are converted to full members at no extra charge. The MSA is run on behalf of members by a Board of Management, who are all working driving instructors, elected in each of the association's 10 regions. They are paid no salary for the work they do. The regions and nations also elect committees who organise local events including meetings, seminars and social events. The MSA is a company limited by guarantee there are no shareholders and any profits are used for the benefit of members. The MSA prides itself on the information available to members. Most information is first published on the web site www.msagb.com and distributed through the association's social media feeds on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
MSA GB also publishes printed literature and our flagship publication Newslink has recently changed from a newspaper to an A4 magazine, a-style which reflects the current trend in professional publications, to be commentary and advice vehicles, rather than 'newspapers'. MSA GB represents individuals who have difficulties with other bodies and represents driver training interests to Government departments and agencies. The association is also a member of: PACTS (the Parliamentary Advisory Committee on Transport Safety); and RoSPA (the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents). European involvement is as the British representative to EFA (the European Driving Schools Association). https://msagb.com/