Are driving instructor trainers regulated?

    The ORDIT Register is a register of Driving Instructor training establishments that have achieved minimum standards as inspected by the Driving Standards Agency. The register is not compulsory. To achieve an entry in the ORDIT register, an instructor training organisation has to reach certain minimum standards. The register does not measure the value for money…

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    Tests for driving instructors

      No one is allowed to teach people to drive for¬†money or moneys worth unless they have passed the ADI qualifying exams to enable them to be on the DSA Register of Approved Driving Instructors. If you want to become a driving instructor their are three tests that you must pass. You must pass all three…

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      How to Become a Driving Instructor

        There are three basic steps to becoming a driving instructor. These are the three exams, which are called unsurprisingly Part One, Part Two and Part Three. In order to pass these exams you will need to get some good quality training. Part One is a test of knowledge and so it is possible to learn…

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