Instructor training clinics
Check test and Part 3 training
I am here to help you understanding what the examiner is looking for and how to deliver a structured lesson. How to pass the part 3 exam and qualify to be a driving instructor.
- Has it changed significantly from the previous format?
- How can I use the new format to my advantage.
- What do I have to take into account when preparing for the test.
It's now a points system, know what you have to cover and you can get a much higher
The three core competencies remain the corner stone of the check test e.g. Fault
Identification, Fault Analysis, Remedial action but the change comes with the teaching
style, they want the student to take on more responsibility and the instructor to become
more of a coach.
I run courses to ensure you are prepared and comfortable with the test .A typical course
includes a one to one session to ensure you are prepared for your check test a mock test
then a role play session to improve your performance.
Part 3 training
You may think part 3 test is difficult, you may have already failed one or more attempts.
Once you realise it's a criteria based test and the examiner can only make the mistakes relevant to the PST you are teaching. He will respond well to the fixes put in at the right time the correct way. The basic plan set out below is simple and effective I have been a grade six instructor for over 15 years.
Your knowledge has to be excellent.
- Fault identification: You must know your set P.S.T ,the sequences involved and the faults that could be made. If it's not happening when it should be happening then step in and make it happen.
- Fault analysis: talk through the consequences of the mistake and come up with a plan.
- Remedial action: Initially you have to tell. Recognise a good response go up a level to prompted. If this doesn't work go back to telling. With a trained pupil initially use Q and A but if this doesn't work go back to telling.
We also deliver full part 3 instructor training and provide trainee licences.
We are a working driving school; on courses you will gain valuable experience with real
We started our driving school on 1995 and set up full instructor training on 2002. I have worked in training for over 20 years. I am a grade 6 instructor and completed the City and Guilds certificate in teaching adult learners.
For more information ask to speak to Brian Adair
I successfully completed driving instructor training with Adairs School of Motoring. The training was always very professional and informative, but also very friendly and enjoyable, I passed all my exams the first attempt and now work full time.
I would recommend Adair's to anyone thinking of training for a new career as a driving instructor. — Steve Anderson.
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