banner ad big learner relay

Become a Driving Instructor

 

Changes to the DVSA Part 3

September 16, 20160 Comments

Here are our thoughts about the proposed changes to the DVSA Part 3 Driving Instructor test.

Continue Reading »

 

Phase 1, Part 3 Question Answered

March 18, 20160 Comments

Blaine was recently asked a question about the subject of ‘meeting’ on Phase 1, Part 3. In the short video above he gives advice and demo. This should hopefully be a good watch for anyone training to become an ADI or ADI Trainers. Please click on the video above to watch it.

Continue Reading »

 

PDI Part 3 – Great Advice

March 11, 20160 Comments

Having done some intensive training with Scott, he gives us some great advice about the Part 3 having just passed. In this short video we chat about what is important on the part 3 and it might not be what you think.

Continue Reading »

 

1. An introduction to Blaine Walsh and training to be a driving instructor

January 6, 20160 Comments

Welcome to the first short video in the series about how to become a driving instructor. In this video I will be telling you a little bit about myself and the following videos will talk you through the training process and your options to qualify as an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) with the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency).

Continue Reading »

 

2. Are you the right sort of person to become a driving instructor?

January 6, 20160 Comments

Some people are willing to spend a considerable amount of money and time training to become a driving instructor. Teaching people to drive is a vocation rather than a job but it is right for you? This video talks through the attributes that you may need to have to progress within this career path. Following videos will show you the best training options for you including time and keeping the financial investment down.

Continue Reading »

 

3. The process for training to become an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor)

January 6, 20160 Comments

There are three tests that you will need to pass to become an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor). Here you will be given a brief overview of the training and qualifying process. Further videos go into a little more depth about what is involved in each test and the training options available to you.

Continue Reading »

 

4. Getting Started – What to do before you start training to become a driving instructor

January 6, 20160 Comments

Even if you are only considering the possibility of training to become an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) with the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) we suggest you complete a criminal disclosure form, previously known as a CRB. If you do have a criminal record this may not mean you cannot become a driving instructor. You will not be able to take any of the tests without having completed the CRB. You will then need to register with the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) to start your training. More information about your training options can be found on our other videos.

Continue Reading »

 

5. Training options to become a qualified Driving Instructor

January 6, 20160 Comments

Video 5 gives you a brief overview of different ways you can train to become a driving instructor. Other videos in this series go into more detail about these options including using a national franchise or self-training.

Continue Reading »

 

6. Training Options – Become a Driving Instructor with a School

January 6, 20160 Comments

Video 6 talks about what you can get if you train to become an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) through a local or national school / franchise.

Continue Reading »

 

7. Training Options – Using an Independent Trainer to become a Driving Instructor

January 6, 20160 Comments

Video 6 talked about the option of training through a school / franchise and video 8 will talk you through self-training. This video is about the option of training to become an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) with an Independent Trainer.

Continue Reading »

Back to Top

Hide me
Sign up below to join our eNewsletter
Name: Email:
Show me