To be registered as an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) you must pass all the three parts of the qualifying examination.
Part One - A theory test of 100 questions plus ‘Hazard Perception’.
- Part Two - Eyesight check and a practical test of your driving ability.
- Part Three - A practical test of your ability to instruct.
There are two courses available: ‘PAY AS YOU LEARN’ - This is the most flexible method of training as it allows you to study for all of the three parts of the examination around your current commitments. There is no need to pay any deposits with this course as the times and durations of your tuition would be tailored to meet your needs. There is usually a waiting period by the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) of around six weeks between each part of the examination and this course has proved to be most successful.
GreenLight would be ‘overlapping’ your training for parts 1, 2, and 3 so as to allow you to qualify within the shortest possible time. ‘DISTANCE LEARNING’ - This course allows you to attend the GreenLight training centre for a three and four day period prior to each part of the examination and receive your training on a more intensive basis alongside your home-study pack.
Once again, this course has proved successful, should you prefer a more intensive course or perhaps if you are not within easy reach of Lancashire.