Newly Qualified ADI's and the DVSA Standards Check
first DVSA Check Test for a newly qualified ADI can be a daunting prospect. Although if approached properly
armed with an up to date insight into what the DVSA Standards Check requirements are, then the new ADI can not only get
through the experience successfully, but afterwards expect to enjoy greater job satisfaction, knowing that his or
her performance is 'up to standard'. This can result in better instructor performance and subsequently,
greater income and job security.
Experienced ADI's and the DVSA Standards Check
Although experience brings with it the confidence that we have met most common situations
before, we often get comfortable in the job using the methods that have got us through over time. Before long if
we are not careful we can tend to get stale, using outdated methods and worn out teaching practices that are
not up to the present demands of the job.
This is very often the problem when an
experienced ADI is asked to present him or herself for a DVSA Standards Check. It therefore makes sense to
have your instructional skills checked out and updated before your next DVSA Standards Check.
Standards Check Training with one of our Grade 'A' Ordit qualified trainers can help
give a fresh approach to an ADI's performance, resulting in greater confidence when faced with the DVSA Check
Test and, as with the newly qualified ADI, greater job satisfaction and increased income. In other words a much more
rewarding career overall.
What we have to offer
Here at the Castle Hill School of Motoring/ADI Training, we offer DVSA Check Test Training and
Refresher Courses to suit the needs of the individual ADI. Training usually commences with a one
to one discussion about the current standards required to obtain a high grade at the Standards Check.
This is followed by an observed lesson in the style of the DVSA Standards Check, in the instructors own vehicle
with a known pupil if possible.
All training that
follows will be structured to suit the needs of the individual ADI, terminating with a final assessment and
written report being given on completion.
For further information on Check Test Training or advice on any other course we offer, please
telephone 07710 540375 or e-mail Steve Swinton Ordit Registered Driving Instructor trainer via the following link.