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Driving Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor Training Course

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Approved Driving Instructor ADI?

 

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Approved Driving Instructor DSA ADI?

 

Theory Test ADI Part 1

 

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Test Of Driving Ability ADI Part 2

 

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Driving Test Marking System

 

Test Of Driving Ability ADI Part 2 Training Programme

 

Diamond Advanced Motorists

Driving Test

 

Test Of Ability To Instruct ADI Part 3

 

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Driving Instructor Trainers
What Is A Driving Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor ADI?
Qualifications Required To Become An Approved Driving Instructor ADI
Training Locations
How Do I Qualify As A Driving Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor DSA ADI?
Theory Test ADI Part 1
Hazard Perception Test ADI Part 1
Theory Test And Hazard Perception Test ADI Part 1
Essential Reading
Test Of Driving Ability ADI Part 2
Driving Standards Agency Driving Test Marking System
Test Of Driving Ability ADI Part 2 Training Programme
Diamond Advanced Motorists Driving Test
Test Of Ability To Instruct ADI Part 3
Test Of Ability To Instruct ADI Part 3 Training Programme
Trainee Licence
Train Whilst You Work
How Long Will It Take To Qualify As An Approved Driving Instructor ADI?
Approved Driving Instructor ADI Training Course Timetables
Who Will Train Me To Be An Approved Driving Instructor ADI?
Why Should I Choose Driving Instructor Trainers?
How Much Will It Cost To Become An Approved Driving Instructor ADI?
Summary Of Training Fees To Become An Approved Driving Instructor ADI
Free Retraining If You Do Not Qualify
Shopping Around For Approved Driving Instructor ADI Training
What Do I Do After I Qualify As An Approved Driving Instructor ADI?
What Do I Do Next?
Useful Links
Contact Us
Phase One
Beginner
Or
Partly Trained
Phase Two
Trained
or
Qualified Driver
Controls
Crossroads
Moving Off & Stopping
Meet, Cross And Overtake Other Traffic, Allowing Adequate Clearance For Other Road Users, And Anticipation
Turn In The Road
Approaching Junctions To Turn Either Right Or Left
Reversing To The Left Or Right
T-Junctions - Emerging
Emergency Stop & Mirrors
Progress / Hesitancy & Positioning
Pedestrian Crossings & The Use Of Signals
Reverse Parking
Approaching Junctions To Turn Either Right Or Left
Pedestrian Crossings & The Use Of Signals
T-Junctions - Emerging
Meet, Cross And Overtake Other Traffic, Allowing Adequate Clearance For Other Road Users, And Anticipation
Crossroads
Pedestrian Crossings & The Use Of Signals
Meet, Cross And Overtake Other Traffic, Allowing Adequate Clearance For Other Road Users, And Anticipation
Progress / Hesitancy & Positioning
Test Of Ability To Instruct ADI Part 3

Duration:

1 hour (approx)


Conducted by:

Driving Standards Agency Supervising Examiner (ADI)


Test Structure:

The test is divided into two 30 minute parts, and is a role play exercise.

In the first part the Examiner will take on the role of a learner driver with little or no driving experience.

In the second part the Examiner will take on the role of either someone at about driving test standard, or a full licence holder, requiring further tuition.

Your performance on each exercise will be marked separately, you must pass both parts on the same test.

In assessing your performance the Examiner will assess and mark the following:

Lesson Content

(Dependant on Subject)


Core Competencies

Identification of Faults
Fault Analysis
Remedial Action


Instructional Techniques

Level of Instruction
Planning
Control of Lesson
Communication
Question & Answer Techniques
Feedback & Encouragement
Instructors use of Controls


Instructor Characteristics

Attitude and Approach to Pupil



This Test must be passed within 2 years of passing the ADI Part 1 Examination, if not you must start the qualifying process again by retaking the ADI Part 1 Examination.

If this test is failed three times, you will not be allowed another attempt, you must wait until 2 years have elapsed since passing the ADI Part 1 Examination ,and then start the qualifying process again by retaking the ADI Part 1 Examination.



The subjects that you may be asked to teach on this test are divided into ten preset combinations:
Nationally the pass rate for this test is less than 30%, this is due to the difficulty of the test, and the inadequate and insufficient training that many candidates obtain.

To ensure that you will pass this test, and that you will make a good Driving Instructor, we will ensure that you understand and can apply good teaching principles, that you understand how people learn, and can apply this information to help you to teach effectively, we will also ensure that you can apply the different practical skills needed by a Driving Instructor.
You will also be given detailed notes on every subject that you will be required to teach, and each subject will also be covered thoroughly “in car”.

All training will be conducted on a one to one basis.

Your course will be shortened, extended, or the content altered, and more or less time may be spent on each subject in order to tailor the course to suit your needs.

We recommend that training sessions are spaced sufficiently apart to allow time in between to practice and consolidate the material covered during the sessions, and also to prepare for the next training session.

At the rate of one training session per week the course would take approximately 15 weeks to complete, two sessions per week would take approximately 8 weeks to complete.




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