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DVSA ADI Part 3 Training Programme



The DVSA ADI Part 3 Test is assessing your ability as a teacher, you will be required to demonstrate that you are able to understand and apply good teaching techniques whilst also maintaining a safe environment for your client, yourself, and for other road users.


Whilst you can plan in advance which client you will be using for your ADI Part 3 test, unforeseen circumstances can sometimes result in your chosen client being unavailable, and last minute changes to the plan are necessary.


After passing the DVSA ADI Part 3, your clients could have extremely different driving abilities, different capacities to learn, and different learning styles, to ensure that you can pass the DVSA ADI Part 3, and also work successfully as a driving instructor after passing, you need to be prepared to teach anything about driving to anyone, and there are a wide range of skills to develop to be able to do this.


This training programme will build on the knowledge of teaching that you will have studied for the DVSA ADI Part 1, and the knowledge of driving, and it’s practical application that you will have gained from your preparations for both DVSA ADI Part 1 and Part 2, so it is important that your preparations for these tests are thorough, otherwise you may find difficulties with this course.

 

The first training session will normally be a combination of some time spent in the classroom and some time spent in the car. Unless there is a specific need that would be better addressed by a classroom session all other training will normally be conducted in car.


Your course will be more effective if you are able to spend some time between each training session, reflecting on the previous session, and where appropriate practicing, it can also help if preparatory work is done before each training session, guidance will be given as to what can be done between training sessions.


Training Programme


The DVSA ADI Part 3 training programme consists of 15 half day (3 hour) training sessions


This Training Programme is based on Half Day Training Sessions


All Training will be conducted on a one to one basis


Topics that will be covered in this training programme include:


The different ways that people learn

Teaching styles and learning styles

The difference between teacher centred learning and client centred learning

What is Instruction

What is Coaching

The Reflective Cycle

Lesson Structure

Reflective Logs and Progress Charts

Structure of a course of lessons

Changing the plan

Goals & Needs

The standard to set or expect

Training aids

Route planning and practice areas

Terminology and Jargon

Giving directions and instructions

Ensuring information is accurate, appropriate and comprehensive

Ensuring that the learning environment is non-discriminatory

Managing Risk

Sharing Responsibility

Teaching your client to manage risk, now and in the future

Observation and anticipation of your client

Observation and anticipation of other road users

Verbal and physical interventions

Feedback relating to potentially safety critical incidents

Feedback relating to your clients progress and ability

Helping your client to reflect on their performance

Correcting faults

Helping your client to analyse problems and take responsibility for their learning

Using opportunities to clarify learning outcomes

Dealing with your clients questions

Use of question and answer techniques

Talking your client through an exercise on the move

Prompting your client through an exercise on the move

Delivering new information (briefings)

Recapping a topic

Initial assessment of your client’s driving

Ongoing assessment of your client’s driving

Using coaching tools


Topics that you need to be able to teach include:


Control

Cockpit Drill / Safety Checks

Move Off Safely & Under Control; uphill; downhill; at an angle

Normal Stop Control & Safety

Steering A Straight Course; and Around Obstructions, bends and corners

Change Gears

Clutch Control

Road Procedure

Passing Parked Vehicles (MSM)

Turning Left & Right (MSPSGL)

Emerging Left & Right (MSPSGL)

Crossroads

Roundabouts

Roundabouts with Traffic Lights

Roundabouts Opposite Priority

Roundabouts Spiral

Pedestrian Crossings

Changing Lanes

Dual Carriageway Junctions

One Way Systems

Complex Junctions

Merging

Acceleration Lanes

Deceleration Lanes

Level Crossings

Dealing With Other Road Users

Clearance Parked Cars

Clearance Pedestrians

Clearance Cyclists

Meeting Oncoming Vehicles

Following Other Vehicles

Crossing Other Vehicles

Emerging Safely

Overtaking Single Carriageway

Overtaking Dual Carriageway

Awareness and Planning

Use of Mirrors

Use of Signals

Road Position

Use of Lanes

Judgement of Appropriate Speed

Hazard Perception

Forward Planning

Anticipation

Risk Management

Commentary Driving

Eco Driving

Independent Driving; Road Signs

Independent Driving: Sat Nav

Road Types & Environment

Heavily Pedestrianised: Shopping Centres / Schools

Heavily Parked Areas

Rush Hour

City Centre / Inner Ring Road

Subways & Flyovers

70 Dual Carriageways

60 Single Carriageways

Night Driving

Adverse Weather

Motorways

Manoeuvres

Straight Line Reverse

Turn In The Road

Left Corner Reverse

Right Corner Reverse

Reverse Parking Road Left & Right

Reverse Parking Car Park Left & Right

Forward Parking Car Park Left & Right

Pull Up On Right & Reverse

U-Turn (Taxi Manoeuvre)

Emergency Stop

Driving Test

Show Me Tell Me

Driving Test Procedure

Mock Driving Test

Theory Topics

Legal Responsibilities

Environmental Issues

Security

Risk: Consequences & Management



This training programme is flexible, and everyone’s course will almost certainly be different, more or less time may be needed on each subject area, and your course will be shortened, extended or the content altered in order to tailor the course to suit your needs.


We recommend that where possible Training Sessions are spaced with sufficient time between them to allow practice and consolidation of the material covered during the Training Sessions, and preparatory work for the next training session.


We can if necessary conduct these Training Sessions intensively, so if required all 15 Training Sessions could be conducted in less than 2 weeks, this would mean that there would be no time between sessions for consolidation or preparation.