Driving instruction is not only financially rewarding, it offers a number of employment options. Whether it be in full or part-time employment, self employed or as a franchise holder, working as an ADI provides independence, flexible working hours and above all, a degree of security that most other careers cannot offer. It also provides job satisfaction particularly after your pupils pass their driving test due largely to your ability as an instructor.Driving Ability Test.
This test consists of eyesight & driving technique tests. The test lasts about one hour and you must:Theory Test.
The 100 question theory test has a choice of four answers per question, one of which is correct. You have 90 minutes to complete the test and you must get a minimum score of 85% to pass. The second element of part One is a Hazard Perception test. You are shown 14 film clips and must spot developing hazards involving other road users. By clicking the mouse button as soon as you see the hazard your reaction time is converted into a points score. You must score at least 57 out of 75 to pass.Test of Instructional Ability.
This test lasts for one hour and is in two 30 minute phases. Your ability to instruct pupils at different stages in their training will be assessed. You must pass both phases in the same test to pass.