Driving Instructor Training


Driving Instructor Training


Instructor training

Once you become a qualified driving instructor you can earn quite a nice income

Why not book your training now and become self employed to beat the so called credit crunch!

Do I really want to do this?

An important decision such as this should take careful consideration after finding out as much information as possible and weighing up the pros and cons

Jon will assess you and your commitment to training as a driving instructor, you will be told the truth as to potential income and the hard work required to end up with those well deserved letters after your name. (DSA ADI)

Training to be a driving instructor requires study and dedication

Have YOU got what it takes?

There is lots of driving instructor training 'colleges' and 'schools' offering 'guaranteed placements'.

The actual number of ADI's on the DSA register has grown very little over the last 10 years or so

Some driving instructor training 'colleges' are profiteering at your expense, and have little or no interest whether you actually pass the exams, don't be taken in by the T.V. adverts or the glossy brochure and fancy websites trap and try not to pay everything 'up front', by paying up front you are committed to either staying with an organization with very poor training methods or losing your hard earned cash and never making the grade.

The Part 2 driving test resembles the current driving test for learners. However, the eyesight test requires you to read a number plate at a slightly longer distance (i.e. 27.5 metres or 26.5 metres depending on the width of the lettering) with glasses if normally worn for driving

The duration of the test is longer to allow you to undertake all the set manoeuvres and you are expected to perform to a very high standard. On the Part 2 ADI test you are only permitted to make 6 minor driving faults in order to pass and a minor driving fault may be more critically assessed

ADI Part 3

The ADI Part 3test requires you to give two half-hour driving lessons on subjects chosen by the examiner.

The examiner will play the role of a pupil and he or she assesses your ability as a driving instructor by asking questions and making mistakes. In particular, the examiner will expect you to explain the lesson objectives and what you hope to achieve on the lesson (based on the situation given by the examiner at the beginning of the assessment ) and give a briefing when required about the task you are about to teach, provide verbal support if needed whilst on the move to aid the learning process and to identify and deal with any driving faults that may become apparent

Your performance for each driving lessonwill be graded from 1 to 6 with grade 4 and above being a pass. The minimum you need to pass Part 3 is a 4/4. Grade 4 is adequate, grade 5 is good and Grade 6 DSA ADI. Now A Grade. is excellent.

The ADI theory test is made up of two sections

Multiple choice and hazard perception and in order to pass the theory test, you must pass both sections

Section 1. Multiple choice

You will have 90 minutes to answer 100 questions. Each question with four answers will appear on screen and you are required to select the correct answer (or answers if advised to select more than one) by touching the screen or using the mouse.  The pass mark for the multiple choice part of the theory test is 85%

Section 2. Hazard perception

The hazard perception test is also delivered via the computer screen but you respond by clicking a button on the mouse. You will be presented with a series of 14 video clips which feature every day road scenes. In each clip there will be at least one developing hazard, but one of the clips will feature two developing hazards. To achieve a high score you will need to respond to the hazard during the early part of its development. The maximum you can score for spotting each hazard early is 5. The pass mark for the hazard perception part of the theory test is 57 out of 75

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