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Our Training and Commitment to You

We want nothing more than to help you achieve your goal of becoming a qualified driving instructor. To this end we will give you our utmost attention and support. Once on this path there will be highs and lows and we will be with you every step of the way.

Part One

This is predominately a self study however, there will be elements that can cause some frustration. We will provide you with a reading list of books that you should purchase if you are to pass the Part One.

It goes without saying that a good and thorough knowledge of the Highway Code will be essential, however, there are other aspects to passing the part one that you will need to know. We will support and guide you so that you do not struggle. Email, zoom and one to one support is available.

Part Two

This is your opportunity to demonstrate your skills as a driver. If you have taken an advanced driving test prior then you will be at an advantage. Your trainer is a Five times RoSPA Gold Grade* driver, member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists and DVSA Registered Fleet Instructor so you are in good hands when it comes to developing your skills.

* The RoSPA Advanced Driving Test is unique as it is graded Bronze, Silver or Gold. A RoSPA gold is the highest civilian driving standard available and the holder will be a master of his or her art

Training for this section of the ADI qualification process will be in car, one to one. You should set aside up to 20 hours of tuition for this element although the reality is that many people are at the required standard within 10 hours. Advice will be given on your own driving style and what you can do to improve your skills.

Some people do struggle with this element of the training as its often the first time your driving has been assessed since passing your driving test and getting rid of some bad habits can sometimes be a challenge.

Part Three

This is by far the most challenging element of the training. Your test of instructional ability. How do you conduct a lesson in a client centred way? Are you a coach, a teacher. How do you approach each lesson.

Whilst the part three test allows you to choose your own student, we want to make sure that you are competent on any subject. By law you will need to complete a minimum of 40 hours training. Note it say minimum. You may choose more but hopefully you wont need to. Your instructor has consistently held the top grade for instructing since 2007 and prior to this was a management development trainer so he knows about coaching and teaching to get the best from the student.