LP Driving Instructor Training offer a network of fully qualified green badge driving instructors that will help you on the road to becoming an approved driving instructor.
Driving Instructor Training
To become an approved driving instructor (ADI) you will have to take 3 test
1. Part 1 test is a theory test The test costs £81 and takes around 1 hour 45 minutes including:
- Multiple-choice questions
- Hazard perception You must pass both parts at the same time to pass the test and there is no limit to how many times you can take the test
ADI part 1: theory test – official DVSA guide video:
2. Part 2 test is a driving ability test
The test costs £111 you must pass the ADI part 1 test before you book the ADI part 2 test.
The test takes around one hour and includes:
- An eyesight test
- Vehicle safety questions
- Ad driving ability test
ADI part 2: driving ability test – official DVSA guide video:
3. Part 3 test is to test your ability to instruct pupils
The test costs £111 you must pass the ADI part 2 test before you book the ADI part 3 test.
The test takes around one hour and includes an assessment of:
- Core competencies
- Instructional techniques
- Instructor characteristics
The examiner will assess these by playing the role of 2 different pupils.
ADI part 3: instructional ability test – official DVSA guide video:
You can apply for your first ADI badge and join the ADI register when you pass the test.
To apply for Driving Instructor Training you must:
- Not already be registered as a driving instructor in another EU country
- Be over the age of 21
- Have held a full car driving licence for at least 3 years
How to apply to become an approved driving instructor (ADI)
- Get a criminal record check to become an ADI
- Apply to become a driving instructor
- Take and pass the 3 ADI qualifying tests
- Apply for your first ADI badge
Automatic car instructors can only teach people to drive in an automatic car.
If you want to teach in a manual car you must pass the car driving test in a manual car and then wait 3 years.
If you have an automatic licence because you have a disability you may need to take an extra assessment. This is to prove that you can keep control of your car in an emergency and The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will tell you if you need to do this.
If you have any motoring offences and other convictions your application can be refused if you have:
- Been banned from driving
- Have 6 or more penalty points
- Been convicted of any non-motoring offences
The ADI Registrar will consider whether or not you’re suitable to become a driving instructor.
Your application is unlikely to be accepted if you’ve been:
- Convicted of a sexual, violent, financial or drug-related crime
- Banned from working with children
For Driving Instructor Training prices and availability call or e-mail us now.
Become a driving instructor | Becoming a driving instructor | Driving instructor job