Matt got me through my part 2 and part 3 exams, providing me with the skills not just to pass the tests but to develop into a confident and competent ADI. If you’re looking for good professional training from someone who cares how your skills are developing you can’t go wrong with choosing Matt Baxter to help you in the process from P.D.I to A.D.I. – Andy MacKinder, ADI Training
Driving Instructor Training Course
Our instructor training course trains you to be come a really successful instructor. The course includes learning tools and techniques to help you, including comprehensive workbooks broken into manageable two-hour sections. The workbooks include information about business and marketing skills to help you once you’ve qualified. There are also home study elements, regional meetings with other learners, practice sessions and lesson plans.
Why undertake check test training?
Put quite simply to gain a grade initially or to consolidate or improve your grade.
After qualification as an ADI you should really be ‘check tested’ within the first twelve months. This is irrespective of your score achieved on the part 3 initially.
If you were graded below 4 on two consecutive check tests (after twelve months of qualification) you would have one more check test with an Assistant Chief Driving Examiner before possible removal off the register. In effect ‘three strikes and you are out’.