Guaranteed Pass > All ADI Tests and Work If You Train With ALBA
Do you want to become a driving instructor? With ALBA you earn as you learn
Be your own boss
Earn up to £30,000 per annual
Do you enjoy driving, teaching people a new skill
Choose your own hour when to Work
Want to have freedom in your job
Earn as you learn to be a driving instructor
All these benefits and much more are available when you train with ALBA driving school!
Become an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) you will first need to apply to join the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) Potential Driving Instructor (PDI) Register (the Register). You will then have to pass the three parts of the qualifying examination to become an ADI.
What an ADI does
Being an ADI involves more than teaching someone to drive a vehicle. You will be responsible for developing a high standard of driving behaviour among new drivers, many of whom are young and inexperienced.
As an ADI you will be expected to show a
High regard for all aspects of road safety
High standard of driving and instructional ability
Professional approach to your customers
Responsible attitude to your pupils and profession
Deciding if a career as an ADI is for you
A career as an ADI is very demanding, but can also be very rewarding. The job requires patience and understanding, and the ability to get on with people.
The ability to provide a professional service to people from different backgrounds
Registering as a potential driving instructor You will be accepted onto the Register if you
Hold a full UK, European Union or European Economic Area unrestricted car driving license
Have held the car driving license for at least four out of the previous six years prior to joining the Register after qualify. Have not been disqualified from driving at any time in the four years prior to joining the Register
Are a ‘fit and proper’ person to have your name entered on the Register
Criminal record checks
You will need to have a criminal record check if you are
applying to become a PDI
an existing ADI applying to extend your registration
an existing ADI wanting to re-register
The DVSA uses the Criminal Records Bureau for obtaining criminal record checks of people in England and Wales, and Disclosure Scotland for people in Scotland.
The qualifying process consists of three tests:
You will have to pass all three parts of the qualifying examination to become an ADI. After passing part one, you have two years in which to complete and pass the remaining two parts. You must apply for registration as an ADI within 12 months of passing the final part of the qualifying examination. The qualifying process is not easy. Failure to pass both practical exams within the two-year period, or not applying for ADI registration within 12 months of passing the final exam, will mean starting the process again from the beginning.
If you are looking for a new Career, new prospects or just a new challenge. To get started or need more information call ALBA now.
ALBA knows the secret how to pass your ADI tests
I started my driving instructor training with RED driving school plus with other local driving schools but I could see myself getting nowhere so I decided to keep looking elsewhere. I was talking to a friend of mine and he recommended me ALBA Driving School. I decided to call ALBA and arranged to meet Blenti to discuss part 3 training and franchise options. My main worry was whether I was going pass my part 3 test and also if I was going to get enough work. I decided to join ALBA on a PINK licence and do my part three training with Blenti who himself passed the ADI part three on the first attempt years ago. I enjoyed the training with ALBA. Work was unexpected I had to put some learners on waiting list to give me time to focus with my ADI training. I passed my ADI part 3 on the first attempt what else can I say THE RESULTS SAYS IT ALL. If you are looking to become a driving instructor I strongly advice you to call ALBA.