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The ADI Process

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THERE ARE 4 STEPS TO BECOME A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR.

To become a Driving Instructor in the UK, there are 4 steps:

STEP 1 – WHY DO YOU WANT TO BE A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?

STEP 2 – LEGAL PROCESS

STEP 3 – DVSA TESTS

STEP 4 – TRAINING FOR THE TESTS

We take a quick look at the 4 steps below and give you links to more info on each…

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STEP 1 - WHY DO YOU WANT TO BE A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?

BEFORE YOU START, YOU MUST ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION:

“Why do I want to be a Driving Instructor?”

Some of you will already know why; to run your own business or work more flexibly. To earn more or be more secure.

If you are not sure yet, but like the idea and would like to learn more, take a look around this site and we will try to answer all of your questions and tell you all about this industry and the Job.
The training and tests are not hard and most people actually enjoy it, but you will need to work hard.

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STEP 2 - LEGAL PROCESS

This is in 3 steps and can be done as you study:

1. Check list
2. Criminal Records Bureau (DBS) check
3. DVSA registration

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STEP 3 - DVSA TESTS

The DVSA ADI Examination process to become a Driving Instructor is in 3 parts:

1) Theory and Hazard Perception;
2) Driving Ability;
3) Instructional Ability.

You must pass all 3 tests to become a fully qualified Driving Instructor.

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STEP 4 - TRAINING FOR THE TESTS

There are lots of companies out there that can train you to become a Driving Instructor.

And all companies will cover the DVSA syllabus to prepare you for the DVSA ADI Examination process.

In this section, we will look into each part of the training – and why our guarantees make us the ONLY company you should train with.

If you would like to talk about any of the above, please call us on 0800 368 8193

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