Driving Instructor Training
Are you seeking flexibility, independence and satisfaction? If the answer is yes, then becoming a franchised Instructor with TDCITC is well worth considering.
There are approximately 1.6m learner driving test conducted annually; this means there is a constant demand for quality Driving Instructors. Starting a career as a Driving Instructor can be highly rewarding with great job satisfaction and total independence.
You will get to meet people of varying ages, backgrounds, driving abilities and personalities. Every day will be different and the job is very interesting and challenging.
You will be teaching individuals a life skill, which gives you a huge sense of achievement especially after a positive driving test result.
Assuming you are a fit and proper person you with at least 4 years of driving experience, you will have to undergo a significant amount of training as well as pass three qualifying examinations.
Legal Minimum Requirements to become an ADI
Hold a British or Northern Ireland driving licence for at least 4 years. Not have been disqualified from driving at any time in the four years prior to entry in the Register. To be a fit and proper person with a favourable DBS check. Read a licence plate from 27.5m and supply two-character references. All convictions, including motoring offences, still in force will be taken into account when your suitability is assessed to be entered in the register, and passed the register qualifying exams, which is in three parts. You must take and pass parts 2 and 3 of the exam within two years of passing the written test. Failing that, you must wait until the end of the two-year period, to restart the qualifying process, starting with re-registration and the theory exam. Would you like a rewarding career with great job satisfaction?
Would you like a rewarding career with great job satisfaction?
Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors
Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors. Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors is written for both existing and trainee instructors, and shows readers how to develop and improve the ability to teach driving as a lifetime skill. It is listed by the DSA as essential reading for the ADI exams. Written for both existing and trainee driving instructors, Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors shows how to develop and improve the ability to teach driving as a lifetime skill. The companion title to the popular best-seller The Driving Instructor’s Handbook, it offers advice on teaching, communication and coaching skills. Fully revised, it investigates how and why people learn and the different teaching and learning processes involved. With sections on structuring a lesson and problem solving, it also looks at the reasons why people learn to drive and the motivation involved in seeing it through, from early stage lessons to the final practical test. An indispensable guide for all new and established driving instructors, Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors provides all the necessary advice for the conscientious instructor keen to communicate effectively with their pupils.
Driving Instructor's Handbook
Driving Instructor’s Handbook. The Driving Instructor’s Handbook is widely recognised in the driver training industry as the authoritative reference guide for both trainees and qualified instructors (ADI’s). This is the 22nd edition. Recommended by the DSA for the ADI exams, this bestselling handbook provides the most up-to-date information and comprehensive guidance. Highly practical, the handbook covers driver training and testing for cars, lorries, buses and motorcycles.