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For the part one test we supply:
• Driving the Essential Skills
• The Highway Code
• Know Your Traffic Signs
• A.D.I 14 Booklet
• A.D.I Theory Question bank
• The Official Driving Test
• Hazard Perception cd-rom
For the part two test we supply:
• 12 hours of practical in car tuition on a one to one basis
For the part three test we supply:
• 40 Hours of in car tuition on a one to one basis
• Visual aids pack
After completing the 40 hours of training for the Part 3 exam, you have the option to delay taking the exam for up to 6 months and immediately apply for a trainee licence, this enables you to give instruction for payment subject to you having either, 20 hours of additional training or 20% of all your lessons supervised by an ADI Instructor.
You now have your pink licence and feel you would like a little more training for your Part 3 exam, well this is for those that want to gain more experience teaching a learner but with the comfort of instructing a qualified driver, this extra training is available in 10 hour blocks.
There are 3 tests to pass to become an instructor.
Part 1 is an I.T based theory test. The theory test comprises of one hundred multiple-choice questions and each question has a choice of four answers with only one being correct. The pass mark is 85% so the test requires a high standard of knowledge. It is banded into for main areas and you must achieve a minimum of 80% in each band. You have 90 minutes to complete the test.
The Hazard Perception Test consists of fourteen video clips, featuring various types of hazards. When you see a hazard developing you respond by pressing the mouse button and the quicker you see and respond to the hazard the higher your score. You can score a maximum of 5 marks on each hazard and there are fifteen developing hazards in the fourteen clips. The pass mark is 57 out of 75. Both tests are taken on the same day with a small break between the two. The result of the test will be given before leaving the test centre. You are able to take this test as many times as you need.
The A.D.I. test of driving ability
This is a practical test of you driving ability. At the start of the test your eyesight will be tested, you must be able to read a number plate at a distance of 27.5m(90ft). The practical test is an advanced test of a very high standard, you must have a thorough knowledge of all the principles of good driving and road safety.
• Expert handling of the controls.
• Use of correct road procedure.
• Anticipation of the actions of other road users and taking appropriate action
• Good judgement of speed, distance and timing
• Consideration for the convenience and safety of other road users.
The route for the test will take in all types of roads and traffic conditions. You will be asked to do several different manoeuvres including an emergency stop. Your test will last for approximately an hour and during this time you can make a total of six minor mistakes. Your result is given to you at the end of the test, which you can have three attempts at.
One of the key features of training with Happy Learner is that once you have completed and passed Part 2, and completed the 40 hours of training for your Part 3, you can start work as a trainee, this means you can earn as much as a qualified A.D.I and this can be done in 10 weeks of starting the course.
The A.D.I. Instructional ability test.
This is a practical test of your ability to instruct. The objective of this test is to assess the quality of your instruction and that you can pass this information on to your pupils. The examiner plays two different pupils on the test, one as a novice and one near test standard.
There are currently 10 pre set tests, the examiner picks one. The examiner will expect to see the different techniques you use to deal with pupils of different abilities. They may also play pupils with very different personalities.
The test usually takes 1 hour, ½ an hour for each pupil. You will be given a grade for each pupil on a scale of 1 to 6 with 4 and above being a pass, but you must score at least 4 for each pupil. You are only allowed 3 attempts and you will be given the result at the end of the test.