A Brief Guide: Training Up to Become a Driving Instructor
The Training Process from the Beginning:
First thing is to apply for your disclosure.
Secondly once your disclosure certificate has arrived you complete
your registration process to apply for your Personal Reference
Number which will eventually become your ADI number once you fully
Once you have obtained your Personal Reference Number you can book
your first driving instructor test.
To train up to become a driving instructor you must pass 3 tests:
Part 1 - A Theory Question and Hazard Perception
Preparation is via self study with a DVSA Driving Instructor Theory
CD Rom and Hazard Perception CD Rom.
Part 2 - An Advanced Driving Test.
Preparation is via in car training assessments and remedial action
to build up both your on road driving skills and mental preparation.
Part 3 - A Test of Instructional Ability.
Preparation is via in car training instructional techniques and
use of a Trainee
Licence to teach pupils.
Once you have passed all 3 tests you are now know as a Fully Qualified
Approved Driving Instructor or ADI for short.
Manchester Driver Training provides an investment package
for a complete driving instructor training course which includes:
- A Full Training package for the Part 1 Theory Test / Part 2 Driving
Test / Part 3 Instructional Test;
- 3 attempts at each of the Part 1/2/3 tests;
- Up to 2 Trainee Licences provided.
The investment package is for individuals who want to
work with Manchester Driver Training providing paid driving lessons.
The cost of the training course is paid back interest free
once you start delivering paid driving lessons.
This opportunity is aimed at helping people who want to
train up to become driving instructors without having to upfront
their own money first.
For our application form please see our
Driving Instructor Franchise:
We have 3 opportunities available:
- A Full Time Driving Instructor Franchise.
- A Part Time Driving Instructor Franchise.
- An Intensive Driving Crash Course Provider Agreement.
Please send an email to email@example.com
if you are interested in an opportunity with our company.