What's involved

WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR TRAINING.

There are three parts to the training, which can be done in as little as 6 months or take as long as you need it to be depending on your current work commitments.

PART ONE – THEORY TEST

It’s the first of 3 tests you must pass to qualify as an ADI.

There are two parts to the test:

Multiple-choice questions – You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to answer 100 multiple-choice questions

Hazard Perception – Consists of 14 video clips, You will get points for spotting the developing hazards as soon as they start to happen. We will supply you will all the theory training material you need to get you through the test.

You’ll pass your part two test if you make no more than 6 driving faults (and as with pupils, don’t pick up any Serious or Dangerous faults)

PART  TWO – DRIVING ABILITY

It’s the second of 3 tests you must pass to qualify as an ADI. It’s a test of your driving ability.

You’ll pass your part two test if you make no more than 6 driving faults (and as with pupils, don’t pick up any Serious or Dangerous faults)

PART  THREE – INSTRUCTOR TEST:

It’s the last of 3 tests you must pass to qualify as an ADI.

It’s a test of your ability to teach pupils.

The ADI part 3 exam is divided into three key areas:

  • lesson planning,
  • risk assessment
  • and teaching and learning strategies.

The final Part 3 test takes around one hour and is conducted by a specially qualified DVSA examiner

We can even offer you the opportunity to start teaching pupils before you pass the final DVSA test. This means you can start your career in an instructor vehicle, earn money and practice for up to 6 months as an instructor and gain confidence ready towards the part 3 test (extra 20

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