Would You Like To Become a Driving Instructor – Just Like Us?

Our ADI training courses will provide you with everything that you need to become a qualified driving instructor just like us!

We are close to several ADI testing centres in Surrey, ensuring that your training takes place over roads that you could be using on your Part 2 and Part 3 tests.

Our highly qualified ADI trainers deliver a course that is second to none ensuring that when you complete the course you have both the skills and the confidence you need in order to achieve your goal.

Free Consultation

At Surrey Driving Force we offer a free consultation to any prospective driving instructors.

Our ADI training prepares you for the Written Examination and Hazard Perception Training tests and our pass rates are some of the highest around.

Following our consultation we will provide a recommended number of training sessions to ensure you are prepared for the Driving Ability Test. We will also ensure you are fully prepared for the Instructional Ability Test.

What does ADI Training Involve?

In order to become a fully qualified DSA Approved Driving Instructor there are 3 separate exams which must be passed with a 2 year time frame. It is crucial that you must pass exams in the predetermined order as they cannot be taken out of sequence.

The three exams which must be passed are detailed below in chronological order:

  • Computer-based theory & hazard perception test.

This exam comprises 100 multi choice questions and a hazard perception test. Some of the topics which will be covered include Highway Code knowledge, driving and teaching techniques and the UK driving test. Reference material, mock examinations and support are provided during our ADI Training

  • Practical test of your driving ability

In preparation for the DSA Part II examination, which is not unlike an advanced driving test, whilst you are studying for the Part I exam, your in-car driving skills tuition will commence. These specially structured training sessions ensure your readiness for the Part II test and continue to develop your instructional ability.

  • Practical test of your teaching ability

When you have passed the Part II exam the final exam concerns in-car teaching ability. Your training will continue as it did during the previous stage but the focus is shifted to your teaching skills. This stage prepares you for the DSA Part III examination. So long as you put the effort in, we will too. We want you to be successful!

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