Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) Training;

Are you looking for a change in career? Do you want to be your own boss? Perhaps you wish to embark on a more rewarding, challenging and ambitious journey? Then you could be a suitable candidate to become a UK driving instructor.

Learning to be a driving instructor may take more time and effort than preparing for a different kind of job, but the long-term results are undeniably fantastic. Once qualified as an ADI, you can enjoy the freedom of being your own boss, with high earnings each week.

Do you have what it takes?

Training to become an approved driving instructor isn’t easy. It means that you have to be dedicated, focused and always on the ball. Nevertheless, if you believe that you have a passion to teach and enjoy watching people develop important life skills, then training as a driving instructor could be the change that you need. If you can answer yes to one or all of these questions, then we believe that you should seriously consider this exciting new opportunity;

  • Are you willing to train for a number of months to start the career you love?
  • Are you dedicated to working hard and developing your own business?
  • Would you consider yourself a professional, determined and organised individual?
  • Would you enjoy being your own boss and having more control over your work schedule?
  • Are you a patient, calm and sensitive person?
  • Do you believe you can build other people’s confidence by teaching them an important life skill?

What do I need to qualify to train?

Dedicating yourself to a career as a driving instructor is extremely rewarding. Alongside high quality job satisfaction also comes a whole range of other benefits including the ability to have an extremely social job based on your schedule. It also includes putting your efforts into a career that not only improves your quality of lives but others too, through the teaching and development of important life skills.

In order to train as a driving instructor, you must:

  • Be at least 21 years old
  • Have had a full UK license for at least 3 years
  • Have no more than 5 points on your license
  • Have not been banned from driving within the last 4 years
  • Be a fit person for the job in the eyes of the DVSA
  • Pass a DBS check (Enhanced Level Disclosure and Barring Service)

Training to be a driving instructor with Arrow Driving Academy is simple. All you have to do is contact us and we will immediately start the process. We will discuss an initial meet up to discuss your ambitions and answer any queries you have about the career itself.

If you can answer yes to all of the requirements above then that is fantastic, you could be well on your way to becoming an approved driving instructor teaching people to drive across Hull and East Yorkshire.

Train to be an instructor with Arrow Driving Academy;

With Arrow Driving Academy, you can quickly and effectively train to be an ADI within weeks. You will have full individual support from a highly skilled and qualified trainer who is dedicated to leading you onto the path of success.

If you are looking for a career change or wish to be your own boss, we can help you meet these goals and support you on your way to becoming a fully trained driving instructor. Our training includes;

  • Training with a fully qualified, professional instructor
  • Flexible training hours and payment options to suit you
  • Over 40 hours of tuition with your own personal advisor
  • All of the resources necessary to assist your training and pass the tests

How is the training course structured?

Training to be a driving instructor comprises 3 core elements;

  1. ADI Theory Test

The ADI theory test is made up of 2 separate sections, much like the regular car theory test, this is a multiple choice set of questions and hazard perception test. Arrow Driving Academy will support you with all of the necessary resources and advice you will need to pass this. Once passed, you can move onto the next stage.

  1. ADI Driving Test

The ADI driving test is also very similar to the regular driving practical test. You can expect your personal trainer to let you know when you are ready to take this test, as it is slightly tougher than the original test. You must pass this test in order to move onto stage 3.

  1. ADI Instructional Ability Test

This test is much different to anything you will have previously experienced as it is not involved in the original driving tests. This test is comprised of two half-hour driving lessons on subjects chosen by the examiner. The examiner’s role in this test is to act as a learner driver, making mistakes and asking questions in order to test your instructor abilities. Your trainer at Arrow Driving Academy will fully prepare you for this test by teaching you a variety of different subjects and carrying out a range of mock-tests. You will receive one of three grades at the end of this test – 4 (adequate), 5 (good) or 6 (excellent). This will be the result in official recognition of ADI.

 Interested? Contact us today;

If you believe that you have what it takes to become a qualified ADI, call us today on 0800 0119695 or alternatively, visit our website for more information at www.arrowdrivingacademy.co.uk.