The FDIS takes the welfare of our customers very seriously and we are following the Government guidance on the Coronavirus and have some important updates for you.
Unfortunately, following the announcement from the Prime Minister yesterday evening, Pearson VUE will be closing their test centres during this national lockdown. You will receive a cancellation email from Pearson VUE. This is an automated email so can sometimes be filtered into your junk email, so it is a good idea to keep an eye out in your junk emails, as well as your normal ones.
You will have the opportunity to reschedule your exam once the national lockdown is lifted.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you, but the FDIS and Pearson VUE have to adhere to the Government guidelines.
The onsite assessments for trainee inspectors are still running, please contact the office for further information.
In addition to the above updates, the FDIS office will be closed for the duration of the national lockdown. We will be responding to emails and phone calls as normal.
Should you have any queries, please contact us, using our ‘contact us’ page and we will be happy to help.
Last updated 5th January 2021
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