adi check test training
Adi check test training
Check test, driving instructor check test
Adi Check Tests regularly cause a feeling of doom and dread among instructors. The simple truth is that a check test is just a driving lesson.
If you were told by your Supervising examiner that your instruction was not up to standard I would strongly recommend that you seek some training before your next check test.
Driving Instructor Training have instructors on the ORDIT register (Official Register of Driving Instructor Trainers) who specialise in this type of work.
We have the knowledge and experience to accurately assess your performance and not only ensure that you pass your next check test but also raise your grade.
Training can take the format of role play or an observed lesson; in this case you will receive a full debrief and a written report.
The amount of training you will need depends upon several factors, these can only be correctly determined after the first session.
Check test preparation and advice can be for either the ADI check test or the Fleet Register check test.
We have helped many ADI’s to change their grade
Check test training is priced at £30 per hour and is usually in 2 hour sessions.
So many inexperienced instructors fall foul of the SE on their first check because they fail to appreciate the skills needed for an excellent grade . . . even more worryingly, a high percentage of experienced ADI's are failing to make the grade by giving sub standard instruction and for treating it as a part 3 test, which it is not.
You need to be in no doubt that the most important skills to display on your check test are the Core Competencies. You also need to realise that the check test has so many more elements for you to control and take responsibility for than the Part 3 test . . . on a check you pick the subject, the route, the skill level and experience of the 'learner' you provide and many more elements of the lesson that you choose to conduct.
For most ADI's everything goes along just fine. You go about your day to day business, teaching learners and Pass Plus courses, until one day when the postman arrives. You pick up the small innocent looking envelope and open it . . .
. . . You're surprised when you see that it's from the DSA, but your surprise turns to fear and anxiety when you read further and discover that it's an invitation for a check test!
Every so often, all qualified instructors have to undergo a check test, a test to confirm their ability to continue to instruct. Experienced instructors usually have a check test every 4 years, but newly qualified instructors can confidently expect their first 'check' within 12 months of qualifying.
Check Test Training should be much more than simply preparing for a test. When you discover how to improve your skills as an instructor, your daily routine will be less stressful and your pass rates will improve. Think about the effect that first class training could have for your business?