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Qualifications Needed To Become A DVSA ADI



To become a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor, DVSA ADI,

you must have held a full driving licence for a minimum of four years, and pass a Disclosure and Barring Service Check, DBS, formerly called a Criminal Records Bureau Check, CRB.


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.


The decision as to whether someone is allowed to become a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor, DVSA ADI, or once they have qualified whether they are removed from the register of approved driving instructors is the responsibility of The Registrar at DVSA.


The guidance below has been taken from information released by the DVSA Registrar.


The Registrar will check if you have:

any motoring or non-motoring cautions, convictions or fixed penalty notices

been disqualified from driving

any court proceedings pending against you

been banned or barred from working with children under 18 years of age

had your name added to the sex offenders register

had any substantiated complaints of inappropriate behaviour or misconduct

had any substantiated complaints for financially inappropriate or fraudulent activity


Factors taken into account include:

whether the caution, conviction or other information revealed is relevant to the ADI role

the seriousness of any offence

the circumstances surrounding an offence and the explanation

the length of time since the offence occurred and if it’s ‘spent’ under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

whether there’s a pattern of offending behaviour

whether the circumstances have changed since the offending behaviour


Each case is considered on an individual basis. The ADI Registrar will write to you giving you the opportunity to explain your circumstances before making a final decision.


Offences that would make it unlikely that you would be allowed to qualify as, or continue to work as a DVSA ADI include:


Motoring Offences

if you’ve been disqualified from driving in the last 4 years

6 or more penalty points within the last 3 years under the ‘totting up’ rules

if you’ve been found guility of:

driving whilst disqualified

driving under the influence of drink or drugs within the last 4 years

dangerous driving

driving without due care and attention

failing to stop after an accident

failing to giving information as to the identity of the driver

driving without insurance

driving while using a hand-held mobile phone

excessive speeding


Non-motoring offences

if you’ve been cautioned for or convicted of:

sexual assault - in particular, offences involving pupils

making, possessing or distributing indecent or pornographic images

an offence of a sexual nature involving children

perverting the course of justice

assault

possession or supply of drugs

fraud - in particular, offences involving illegal driving instruction

theft - in particular, offences involving the theft of tuition fees


It is also unlikely that you would be allowed to qualify as, or continue to work as a DVSA ADI

if you have:

any court judgements against you for failing to provide lessons for which you have been paid

been placed on the sex offenders register

been banned or barred from working with children under 18 years of age



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.