Frequest Questions Asked.

Cost of Training

Train with us for just £1515* when you pay in full.  Training doesn't have to cost through the roof!   We have three options in which you can pay to make it affordable, easier and manageable. 

(Ask instructor for more details).


Pay in full and SAVE over the "PAY & Go" rate, or if you prefer to budget; then take advantage of paying in just three instalments. (ask instructor for more details).

Whats Involved in the Qualifying Process

You will need to pass Part 1 before taking Part 2 and 3.   You will only have 3 attempts at each, Part 2 and 3 of the ADI qualifying process - as if you're unsuccessful  on these 2 qualifying tests, you will need to re-apply after a minimum 2 year period before a retake. 


Part 1 is a multiple choice of the theory test in which you must score a minimum of 85% on this part, and 44% on the hazard perception but MUST pass both to be successful.

What Happens in My Training

You'll be trained by a registered and accredited ORDIT trainer who will provide the most latest training techniques and offer skills that are second-to-none, and those you will not forget!


Your trainer will offer you a minimum of 10 hours in-car training (driving ability), to prepare you for your Part 2 exam with knowledge taken from your theory and transferred into practice.


Once you've passed Part 2, you'll be eligible to take Part 3, however it is recommended that you take a minimum of 40 hourly in-car training sessions to prepare for the last part of the qualifying process to become an approved driving instructor.  You will be fresh with the DVSA syllabus and a client centered approach to learning and transferring knowledge on to others.  

How long does it take to qualify as an ADI

The time it takes to qualify as an ADI can only depend on your current circumstances, test waiting times and training you put in around your current commitments.


Generally speaking, it can take on average around 3 to 6 months to qualify on all three attempts if everything runs smooth, i.e. you must be committed to your training, hand in all assignments, practice in your own time and read relevent material to increase knowledge.