Are you a qualified ADI? Are you looking for ADI Franchises to build your pupil base? Passwheelz have ADI Franchises waiting to be filled.
Passwheelz has a fantastic deal for you with pupils waiting to be taught.
Based In the West Midlands, we are committed to giving the best service possible for our pupils. We are always looking to recruit fully qualified Approved Driving Insructors (ADIs) on a full or part-time basis. That is why we offer ADI Franchises which you will find hard to beat. If you are a fully qualified ADI and dedicated and patient in helping pupils become confident and pass their driving test, contact us now.
- We will build your franchise up slowly to ease you in.
- Join us now and get your first months franchise free.
- Headboard Supplied.
- An supportive team – we are here to help with all your enquiries.
- Local Pupils – You tell us where and how many.
- Low Cost ADI Franchises – £50pw.
- Free Stationery.
How do I become a Approved Driving Instructor (ADI)?
Become a Driving Instructor
There is a three part process to qualifying as a driving instructor:
Instructor Training Part 1
The theory test has 2 parts, part 1 is a multiple choice test of 100 questions and part 2 is a hazard perception test. You must pass both parts at the same time.
Instructor Training Part 2
The ADI part 2 test of driving ability is an advanced driving test and a high standard of competence is required so that what you teach your pupils will be in line with the latest driving techniques and standards. This will be carried out by a driving standards agency examiner.
Instructor Training Part 3
Part 3 is a test of instructional ability and you will need to show that you can instruct at various levels i.e. a novice learner and a learner driver at test standard. This is carried out by a driving standards agency examiner who will role-play a learner driver.
For more information or for ADI Test Fees click here.
Contact us at Passwheelz for more information. We offer one to one training which we can structure around your current work commitments.