Having more than 20 years’ experience in ADI training our team has seen various changes in instructor coaching the industry. One of the most significant aspects on qualifying as an ADI is to maintain your qualifications at the highest standard which is tested during an ADI standard check.
During your standards check, your examiner will be looking for evidence that you meet the National Standards for Driver and Rider Training which details what you must be able to do and what you must know and understand to provide training to drivers and riders.
During each standard check your core competencies will be examined in 3 categories - lesson planning, risk management and teaching and learning skills.
Analysis shows that instructors mostly fail their standards check test due to lack of lesson plan adaptation to meet pupil’s needs and their learning style, lack of problem and potentially safety-critical incident analysis and lack of appropriate and timely feedback during the session.
We can help you to prepare for your standards check test by conducting a screening session(s) with you and give feedback on areas for development to achieve a positive outcome during your session with a driving examiner.