TRAIN TO BECOME A QUALIFIED DVSA DRIVING INSTRUCTOR – WITH OUR UNIQUE “PAY AS YOU GO” OPTION
How to pass your ADI Part 3 – Grade A
How to pass your Standards Check – Grade A
Becoming a driving instructor can be a life-changing career move, which is why it’s important to choose the right course for you. Our courses are flexible and we can tailor a course to fit round you, whether it be a current job or other commitments.
All your professional driver training is carried out by Lynne Fitzharris a former DVSA Assistant Chief Driving Examiner, in association with Dan Ison.
Designed and delivered by DVSA Grade “A” ORDIT – qualified experienced trainers. Our bespoke course is based around a culture of Client Centred Learning (CCL), utilising the latest interactive techniques, this is why our driver training is structured to suit your individual needs.
Lynne was responsible for the design of the New Standards Check, she also carried out the training and development to all ADI – DVSA examiners across the country. This training was carried out at DVSA’s Training & Development Centre at Cardington, Bedfordshire. This bespoke training equipped all DVSA examiners with the skills to assess both the ADI Part 3 Test and Standards Check.
There are over 40,000 ADI’s on the register and DVSA conduct over 12,000 Standards Checks per year. Lynne’s area of responsibility was to ensure DVSA examiners delivered a consistent and uniform test built around the new Standards Check. Lynne also was responsible for carrying out Standards Checks on those ADI’s who, on two previous attempts had failed, (3rd and final).
Dan is a highly experienced ORDIT & Roadcraft driver trainer and has completed advanced driving tests to the highest level, including the DVSA Cardington Test at Grade A. Dan has over 20 years’ experience teaching and training experience to the highest standards in both the UK and in the USA. Dan is recognised as one of the country’s most advanced drivers and awarded full membership of the Institute of Advanced Motorists by exemption.
Take the first step to find out more, we want to make sure you have as much information as possible before deciding on a new career in driving instruction.
The first thing to do is to come and meet Lynne and Dan, or simply give us a ring. We are approachable and informative and are here to answer any questions you may have.