RSA ADI EXAMS
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is the regulatory body for driving instruction in Ireland. Driving Instructors who meet the standard set by the RSA will become Approved Driving Instructors (ADI).
An ADI Registrar based in the RSA heads up the unit responsible for the registration process. The objective of regulating the industry is to standardise instruction and give the ADI instructor a leading role in developing better drivers.
To become a Driving Instructor, whether it’s for cars, motorbikes, trucks or buses, you must qualify as an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI). The ADI qualifying examination is in three stages:
- Stage One: An IT based theory test
- Stage Two: A practical test of your driving ability
- Stage Three: A practical test of your ability to instruct
To receive the ADI Permit Application Form & Information Pack, please contact the ADI Unit at 096 25007 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSA ADI Unit Contact Details are as follows:
The Road Safety Authority
Moy Business Park
Tel: 096 25007 | Fax: 096 25252 | Email: email@example.com
A map has such small print, it's impossible to safely read it while driving. If you are needing to find a specific address, write out the basic directions in large writing and short sentences, before you drive there. If you must read the directions (not the map) while on the road, do it where you are stopped.