Instructor Training

Driving Instructor training : Parts 1,2 & 3

We are always looking for people who are passionate about road safety, who would love to teach a life skill to people of various backgrounds & ages, then

becoming fully qualified DVSA Approved driving Instructor could be the career for you.

We have a huge demand for our driving services & driving instructors are urgently needed within the Manchester area, with no formal contracts or expensive franchise fees or costly training packages to pay upfront. We can help help you become a self employed Driving instructor. As per DVSA requirements our Instructor Training focuses on a Client centered learning approach from day one, this together with

your underlying knowledge of the highway code will enable you to easily pass the Part 3 test.

We have a proven track record successfully helping PDI’s become Approved Driving Instructors (ADI)

Start Training from £30 per hour & earn whilst you learn. You can either Join the team or fly solo.

All Training Materials for the course are supplied by us & full support given at all times till you qualify from our Senior Driving Instructor.

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Driving Instructor training  Parts 1, 2 & 3

You can book your approved driving instructor (ADI) part 1 test when your application to start the ADI qualifying process has been accepted

You will have to pass all 3 tests to qualify as an ADI.


Part 1 Theory Test  –  You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to answer 100 multiple-choice questions & a Hazard perception test.

You can book your approved driving instructor (ADI) part 1 test when your application to start the ADI qualifying process has been accepted

There are 2 parts to the test:

multiple-choice questions

hazard perception – a video test about spotting hazards on the road

You book and take them as a single test. You must pass both parts to pass the test.


Driving Instructor training Part 2

There are 5 parts to the approved driving instructor (ADI) part 2 test:

* an eyesight check

* ‘show me, tell me’ vehicle safety questions

* general driving ability

* manoeuvres

* independent driving

The PDI driving test lasts around one hour.


The eyesight test You’ll have to read a number plate from a distance of:

26.5 meters for vehicles with a new-style number plate or 27.5 meters for vehicles with an old-style number plate

New-style number plates start with 2 letters followed by 2 numbers, such as AB51 ABC.

You’ll fail the test if you do not pass the eyesight test. It will count as one of the 3 attempts you’re allowed at the ADI part 2 test.


‘Show me, tell me’ questions

You’ll be asked 5 vehicle safety questions known as the ‘show me, tell me’ questions. These test that you know how to carry out basic safety tasks.

You’ll be asked:

* 3 ‘tell me’ questions at the start of your test, before you start driving

* 2 ‘show me’ questions while you’re driving – for example, showing how to wash the windscreen using the car controls and wipers

You’ll get a driving fault for each incorrect answer you give.

You’ll get a serious fault and fail the test if you answer all 5 questions incorrectly, or if you lose control of the car while answering any of the ‘show me’ questions.


Your general driving ability

You’ll have to show the examiner all of the following:

* expert handling of the controls

* use of correct road procedure

* anticipation of the actions of other road users and then taking appropriate action

* sound judgement of distance, speed and timing

* consideration for the convenience and safety of other road users

* driving in an environmentally-friendly manner

* You’ll drive in varying road and traffic conditions, including motorways or dual carriageways where possible.


You might also be asked to carry out an emergency stop.

The examiner will ask you to do 2 of the following exercises:

* parallel park at the side of the road

* reverse into a parking bay and drive out

* drive into a parking bay and reverse out

* pull up on the right-hand side of the road, reverse for around 2 car lengths, and rejoin the traffic

* Independent driving

* You’ll have to drive for about 20 minutes by following either,

directions from a sat nav or follow traffic signs. The examiner will tell you which you have to do. The examiner will provide the sat nav and set it up for you.

You cannot follow directions from your own sat nav during the test.


Going off the route

Your test result will not be affected if you take a wrong turning, unless you make a fault while doing it.

The examiner will help you get back on the route if you do.

If you cannot see traffic signs

If you cannot see a traffic sign (for example, because it’s covered by trees), the examiner will give you directions until you can see the next one.

If you make mistakes during your test You can carry on if you make a mistake. It might not affect your test result if it’s not serious.

The examiner will only stop your test if they think your driving is a danger to other road users.


part 3 test Approved driving instructor (ADI)

You’ll be marked on 17 areas of competence that are grouped into 3 categories:

lesson planning, risk management, teaching and learning strategies

The 17 areas of competence are listed in the ADI part 3 test report form, which the examiner will fill in at the end of your test.

You’ll get a score from 0 to 3 for each of the 17 competencies, which are added up to work out if you’ve passed the test, and what your grade will be.