Riots halt test centre but CAM Rider step in
After the huge blaze at the Sony Centre in Enfield
caused by rioters and looters, the next door DSA test centre was forced
to close due to the smoke damage and pollution. CAM Rider immediately
stepped up to the mark and has offered to open up its Harlow training
site to be a full time test centre until the DSA test centre can be
brought up to scratch. Harlow Council and contractors Kier also
immediately offered help and came in with specialised equipment and a
team of people to sweep the edges and ensure every inch of the Harlow
training pad was ready for candidates to be able to take Module 1 tests
there if needed.
The CAM Rider Harlow training site is large enough to be able to carry out Module 1 tests in full size. The process of licensing the site as an actual DSA test centre has been rushed through by the DSA keen to have a backup if the Enfield site if out for any period of time or if it needs to be closed again when the gutted Sony Centre is demolished..
Bern Adams the CAM Rider Managing Director said: "We are really glad to be able to help out the DSA and the local communities in the difficult time after the riots. We wont let people miss out on their tests because a few mindless yobs decide to try and loot a business and wreck their own local facilities"