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ADI PART 3 DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCOTLAND

ADI PART 3 DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE SCOTLAND

Adi Part 3 Driving instructor training courses Scotland.

AS A FORMER DVSA ADI SUPERVISING EXAMINER WHO HAS CONDUCTED HUNDREDS OF ADI PART 3 TESTS. I NOW PROVIDE QUALITY AND ACCURATE ADI PART 3 TRAINING TO POTENTIAL DRIVING INSTRUCTORS.

Looking for Part 3 training or just a mock Part 3 test. Contact me on 07772 085 085 for a no obligation chat.

 

              NEW PART 3 TEST REQUIREMENTS

To become an ADI you must successfully complete a three part qualifying examination. Part 3 is a practical test of your ability to deliver Driving Instruction.

The object of the PART 3 test is to assess the value of the instruction you give and your ability to pass your knowledge on to pupils. 

The new PART 3 test commenced in December 2017. The new system seeks evidence that a petentional driving instructor can deliver a non-judgemental and client-centred approach in delivering driver training. The change in the method of assessment is based on the current ADI standards check.

The new marking and assessment structure has moved the bias away from the previous ' Core Competency' structure. The new system now aims to assess that the potential driving instructor is able to produce a training session that contains higher levels of planning to meet the client's needs and that the management of risks is shared, so that the onus is put on the student to make more of an effort to take more responsibility. Also that the trainer is able to recognise the appropriate teaching and learning strategies to correctly deliver enhanced learning.

The marking structure used is no longer on a bi-polar system, instead the instructor must attain marks by showing that they are fully conversant with 17 sub categories associated with the three main evaluations headings.

( 1. Lesson Planning )

( 2. Risk Management )

( 3. Teaching & Learning strategies )

These markings are based on the elements of the National Occupational Standards for Driving, and the National Driver and Rider Training Standards.

Care has to be taken to ensure that 8 or more points are scored on the Risk Management section. Failure to do so this, will fail the test irrespective of the final overall score.

Grade A will be achieved on scoring 44 or above.

Grade B will be achieved on scoring between 31-43.

0-30 points equals an unsatisfactory perforance = Fail

3 attempts will be allowed to achieve 60% or above, before removal from the ADI Register.

 

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