Stage 3 Instructional Ability Training
Now that you have passed Stage 1 and Stage 2, it’s now time to demonstrate that you can impart this knowledge professionally and adequately to your future pupils. The final stage of your training to become an ADI Driving Instructor focuses on developing your ability to teach learner drivers.
And when you train with ISM, we’ll also make sure you’re well prepared for taking out a learner driver. It takes you through everything you’ll need to do to pass the Part 3 exam. You will also be taught how to use the dual controls effectively to control the car and keep it safe, while allowing your students to find their feet. You will be taught how to put “lesson plans” together using various role-play skills. You will also receive the ISM Teaching Manual and taught how to teach your future students using this very comprehensive colour manual.
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ADI Driving Instructor Training Module 3 Exam:
This is a practical assessment of your teaching ability that consists of two role playing exercises.
For the first of these exercises, an assessor will take the wheel and play the role of a learner with no experience. For the second, the assessor will play the role of an intermediate driver, and you will be required to correct his/her errors.
These role playing exercises are designed to test your presentation, your mastery of instructional techniques and your ability to assess a learner driver’s skills and weaknesses correctly.