Professional instructor training across the Midlands
All training is carried out by a very experienced ADI instructor trainer.
Theory Test would be home-study and in car training. For this you will receive 6 hours of one to one training and all training materials need to pass the part one.
Test of Driving Ability – 14 hours of one to one training, covering all the DVSA requirements to be expected on test day. Preferred training in client’s own car, which should be a standard saloon/hatchback taxed and in a roadworthy condition. Preference is due to client’s usual preference to use a vehicle with which they are most familiar and with which they feel completely comfortable. Test would be carried out in client’s own vehicle, though this would not preclude the use of their trainer’s vehicle, should the need arise.
Test of Instructional Ability – 50 hours of one to one training, covering all aspects of the part three test. Hand-outs and all training materials provided. Training and test usually carried out in trainer’s car, though this is flexible according to the client’s requirements. Also included is the option to sit in the back of real driving lessons with a fully qualified ADI
Part Three Rescue
For PDIs about to take their final part three attempt. Problems are addressed in a focused manner, in order to remedy any discrepencies.
Check Test Training – This is provided to ADIs who are approaching their Check Test – be it their first or a subsequent test. Training is given to realign the ADIs thoughts and processes, in line with DVSA requirements.
Most areas across England covered.
www.proteachinstructortraining.co.uk for more details