Qualifications Required To Become An
Approved Driving Instructor ADI
To become a Driving Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor you must have held a full driving licence for a minimum of four years, and pass a Criminal Records Bureau Check.
A clean licence is preferable, however You may possibly still be accepted if you have some points on your licence as each case is taken on its individual merits.
If you have held your licence for less than four years you may be able to commence training in order to qualify once the four years are completed.
If you do have points on your licence or have not held it for four years, or have any convictions, please contact us for further details about how to proceed.
What Is A Driving Standards Agency
Approved Driving Instructor?