Check Test Training
Posted in: Driving Instructor Training.
Before you take your check test at least take some training from one of our friendly ADI’s who have passed the check test and can pass on their own experiences to you. Why leave it to chance, there are clear opportunities to improve your grade.
We have all been there, you know that letter from the DSA notifying you of your first or next check test. Usually you have several months to prepare, but most of us leave it till few weeks prior to our check test before organising any training in preparation, but sometimes, we leave it too late.
My advice is don’t leave it a moment too long, that grade 4, 5 or 6 is vitally important to your income, as many ADI’s fail, and are then put under pressure for their next check test. Some driving instructors don’t pass their check test and then lose thier income.
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.
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.
OPTION 1 One to one training in car (role play format)
OPTION 2 An observed driving lesson followed by feedback and a written report.
Training can take the format of role play or an observed lesson; in this case you will receive a full de brief 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.
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