Once you have passed your ADI part 2 test you have the option of working under the trainee licence scheme. (you must not give driving lessons for reward unless you have the appropriate licence).
The trainee licence allows you to:
In order to apply for the trainee licence you must:
Once you have your trainee badge you have 2 further options regarding training before you take your Part 3 exam.
Extra training - you MUST undergo at least a further 20 hours of training which is signed off by your trainer on the ADI 21AT declaration form.
Supervision training - you are supervised by your trainer for 20% of all the lessons that you give. You must keep a record of all the lessons you give and the hours that your are supervised. These hours are logged on to the ADI 21S declaration form.
Please note: It is illegal set up your own driving school while under the trainee licence scheme, you MUST be sponsored by a driving school.
|Minimum 6 months||£50 per week|
You will be working under the sponsorship of ONEWAY Driver Training.
ONEWAY Instructor & Driver training was set up in 2007 Milan Mehta, co-writer of all DITA products.
Milan: "although I have historically only specialised in ADI training, the arrival of the new competence based ADI part 3 test has created a demand for PDIs to utilise the trainee licence scheme."
It has all the benefits listed below: