Birmingham, United Kingdom, March 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Set over 7 days, PDI’s (Potential Driving Instructors) will access professional training to help them pass their exams.
The first 2 days focus on parts 1 and 2 of the ADI qualification exams. Part 1 being a theory and hazard perception test and part 2 being a practical driving test. Candidates will then leave and take their exam externally via the DVSA.
Upon successful completion of the part 1 and 2 exams, they will then be invited back to undertake training for the Part 3 exam. The third part of the ADI qualification is a test of ability to instruct. This is done over the remaining 5 days, again taking place at the national Training Centre in Ripon.
So far Bill Plant LTD has reported great success from their residential course but don’t just take their word for it, here are some reviews from their recent candidates:
Carole Adams – “The experience has been fantastic since day one, all staff are focused on helping me and the instructors tailored the course to help me personally. I’ve been encouraged throughout 15/10! I can’t fault the course at all I would recommend it to anyone.”
Rob Chapman – “Highly beneficial to do a residential course. As intense as this was, I would recommend this to other PDI’s. I feel I’ve gained the relevant information to take the part 3 exam. I am confident I will give it a good go.”
All in all Bill Plant offers an impressive 54 hours of structured classroom and in-vehicle coaching*
*Correct as of February 2015
For more information you can contact Bill Plant on 0330 555 2254 or you can go to http://www.billplant.co.uk/driving_instructor_training.php