Become an approved ADI Driving Instructor

ADI DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

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ADI  DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING INTRODUCTION

Looking for a career change? have great people skills? Then you have come to the right driving instructor company. We have a friendly team of instructors who are here to help you become a qualified ADI. Please feel free to call us and we will walk you through the process, no jargon, we promise. 

To be a great driving instructor you will need to be a people person, patient, organised and always professional.

Our trainers will take you through every aspect of the training from part 1 through to the final all-important part 3 aspect of the course and our driving instructor trainers are some of the best qualified in the industry. Once qualified you can work with us doing intensive driving courses, semi-intensive courses or if you prefer you can go it alone or set up your own driving school.

REASONS TO TRAIN WITH INTENSIVECOURSES.CO.UK LTD

Looking for a career change? have great people skills? Then you have come to the right driving instructor company. We have a friendly team of instructors who are here to help you become a qualified ADI. Please feel free to call us and we will walk you through the process, no jargon, we promise. 

To be a great driving instructor you will need to be a people person, patient, organised and always professional.

Our trainers will take you through every aspect of the training from part 1 through to the final all-important part 3 aspect of the course and our driving instructor trainers are some of the best qualified in the industry. Once qualified you can work with us doing intensive driving courses, semi-intensive courses or if you prefer you can go it alone or set up your own driving school.

DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PART 1

  • Unlimited online access to theory questions, hazard perception clips, mock tests and much more
  • FREE highway code
  • Your trainer will be in close contact checking your progress and ready and willing to offer full support as required

DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PART 2

All modules are 2 hours
  • Unlimited online access to theory questions, hazard perception clips, mock tests and much more
  • FREE highway code
  • Your trainer will be in close contact checking your progress and ready and willing to offer full support as required
1

Basic understanding of using MSPSL and POM routines effectively

2

All reverse manoeuvres (test and non test manoeuvres)

3

Progress, hesitancy and normal positioning (motorways, national speed limit carriageways Etc)

4

A repeat of module 3 with the inclusion of town/city driving (hazard awareness and anticipation skills etc)

5

Mock test (meeting the candidate in role as the examiner and staying in role until the end of the test)

DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PART 3

The subjects covered during these sessions are below:
  • Explaining the controls of the vehicle, including the use of dual controls

  • Moving off

  • Making normal stops

  • Reversing and while doing so entering limited openings to the right or to the left

  • Turning to face the opposite direction, using forward and reverse gears

  • Parking close to the kerb, using forward and reverse gears

  • Using mirrors and explaining how to make an emergency stop

  • Approaching and turning corners

  • Judging speed, and making normal progress

  • Road positioning

  • Method, clarity, adequacy and correctness of instruction

  • Dealing with road junctions

  • Observation and correction of driving errors committed by pupils and general manner

  • Dealing with crossroads

  • Dealing with pedestrian crossings

  • Meeting, crossing the path of, overtaking and allowing adequate clearance of other vehicles and other road users

  • Giving correct signals

  • Comprehension of traffic signs, including road markings and traffic control signals

  • Method, clarity, adequacy and correctness of instruction

  • Observation and correction of driving errors committed by pupils and general manner

  • Attitude and approach to pupil

  • Ability to inspire confidence in pupil

(Covering the above subjects will allow the trainee instructor to apply and work on the trainee license if they so wish)

FAQs

How old and what do I need to be to become an ADI driving instructor?

You will need to be 21 years old or over and have had a full driving licence for at least 3
years, please see the following link: https://www.gov.uk/become-a-driving-instructor/y

What do I need first to become a Driving Instructor?

The first thing you will need is to get DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked:
https://www.gov.uk/criminal-record-check-become-driving-instructor?step-by-step

How do I start the process to become a driving instructor?

Please call us and we will take you through the various steps to becoming an ADI instructor.

You need first to check with the GOV.UK site if you can become a driving instructor before you apply. Click this link:

 https://www.gov.uk/apply-to-become-a-driving-instructor

 

How long do you need to be driving to become a driving instructor?

You will need to have a UK full licence for a minimum of 3 years.

How much can I earn as a driving instructor?

You can earn anything from £30,000 – £50,000 per year

Where do the courses take place?

The courses are generally done in your local area.

How long is the course?

Most people complete the course within 5-6 months.

Do I have the same trainer throughout the course?

Yes you will have the same trainer from start to finish.

Are driving instructors employed or self-employed?

The vast majority of driving instructors are self-employed, some choose the franchise route and others choose to work with companies like ourselves.

Is there a demand for driving instructors?

Yes, there are 1.5 million driving tests completed every year.

Is being a driving instructor stressful?

No, being a driving instructor is enjoyable as you are teaching someone a new skill. You are in control of the lesson so it should never be stressful.

What is a PDI driving instructor?

A PDI is potential driving instructor who is not yet a fully qualified ADI (Approved Driving Instructor).

Can I become a driving instructor with penalty points?

You will need to have no more than 6 penalty points on your full driving licence, to find out more check out the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/whats-involved-in-being-a-driving-instructor/approved-driving-instructor-adi-register-guide

How much is the cost of the ADI licence?

The cost of the first ADI licence is £300 and this last for 4 years.

How much is the cost for ADI’s Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 test fee:

ADI Part 1 is £81.00, Part 2 is £111.00, Part 3 is £111.00 please see the following link for DVSA ADI fees: https://www.gov.uk/approved-driving-instructor-adi-fees

How much is the course?

The course excluding DVSA test fees costs: £1795.00 this is for Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 only.

MEET SOME OF OUR TRAINERS

Hello, my name is Sonny and I am passionate about road safety, like to see others achieve the grade, enjoy challenging tasks, and work to the best I can be.

Qualifications:

– ADI and ORDIT grade A Inspection
– Advanced driver training (fleet).
– Behavioural change in adult education
– Rospa advanced dip.

I am looking forward to helping you to achieve your goals.

Regards,

Sonny

ADI Driving Instructor, Intensivecourses.co.uk Ltd

Hello, my name is Marlon and I have been an ADI for several years. I am a grade A Advanced Driving Instructor and ORDIT accredited to train and re-train others on the A.D.I. register, (Official Register of Driving Instructor Training). I am also a DVSA FLEET registered driver trainer and have worked for large corporate companies such as Nissan, Vileda etc. I specialise in instructor training winning awards for outstanding pass rates from national driving schools. If your objective is to become a driving instructor or work towards success at your next standards check test then please feel free to get in touch now!”

Regards,

Marlon

ADI Driving Instructor, Intensivecourses.co.uk Ltd

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