A driver must hold a certificate issued by the competent authority stating they have attended a training course and passed an exam on the standards required when carrying quantities of dangerous goods that come within the scope of the regulations.
The awarding body for ADR certification in the United Kingdom is the SQA (Scottish Qualifications Authority). Sure Training are able to deliver the standards needed in order for you to gain your ADR certificate.
Once you have attended the course and passed the required tests, you will be issued with a photo identity card (often referred to as the ADR certificate). The ADR training certificate is valid for five years. Your card must be carried and produced on demand to relevant authorities whenever driving within the scope of the regulations.
The certification may be extended for an additional five years by attending the next ADR training course, between twelve and six months prior to the expiry.