MAY 2002

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All volunteers (and employees) driving minibuses for the National Trust are required to be MiDAS-certified (Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme). This involves training in the safe driving of minibuses, and both practical and theory assessments. My previous certification had lapsed during my time in Japan and so I had to re-do the training. The course took place at the Hunter basecamp on the edge of Haslemere in Surrey, 10th-11th May 2002.

In the basecamp
At supper in the basecamp
The DATs (Driver Assessor Trainers) planning the training schedule
At the pub At the pub
At the pub
Hunter basecamp
The Hunter basecamp, where the training was based
Inflating tyres
Inflating minibus tyres to the correct pressure
Group photo
Most of the group (larger photo, approx. 200KB)

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This page last edited 4th December 2002