DVSA Driving Instructor Training
A potential driving instructor must pass three qualifying tests;
1) Theory Test
2) Driving Test
3) Test of Instructional Ability
Prior to the qualifying process a criminal records check is undertaken. If you wish to become an ADI you need to apply to the registrar with the DVSA before commencement of the tests. We can guide you through the total package or you can take the theory test by yourself, and we can then assist you with parts two and three. On completion of the driving ability test you are able to apply for a trainee licence. This then allows you to be paid legally to give driving instruction but should not be seen as an alternative to becoming a fully qualified ADI.
After qualifying you will be required to undertake check tests at certain times. These are to satisfy the DVSA that you are still meeting the criteria for being a driving instructor. Depending upon your grade you may well be seen every two or four years.
Our aim at Drive-Pro Fleet Training Ltd is to provide you, as a potential driving instructor, with the best possible service. We can assist you with setting up your business and give you professional guidance to become a successful driving instructor.
Our costs include parts 1 2 and 3, or parts 2 and 3 if you take the theory test yourself. All fees payable to the DVSA for tests etc is extra. When you are fully qualified, to remain on the register, you have to pay to the DVSA a fee every four years which generally falls in line with the check test periods.
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