Collection of documents for all you need to know about becoming an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI)
Looking to become an approved driving instructor(ADI)? This handy booklet tells you all you need to know about what's involved and how to apply.
Help prepare yourself for the third and final stage of the ADi application process by seeing how our testers assess your ability as an instructor.
How to check whether the examination you took to become a qualified driving instructor complies with our standards.
The ADI team at the RSA believe you deserve courteous, prompt and efficient service at all times. Find out more about what we do and how to contact us.
Are you a qualified driving instrcutor?If so, you may be exempt from some or all stages of the ADI registration process.
Sample stage one theory test questions
Detailed information on the adaptations that make cars suitable for use by older people or the disabled.
The procedures you should follow when conducting driving tests.
Information for testers about when and where a particular fault should be recorded on the report sheet.
This guide is for learner drivers is also a good reference for instructors.
Some test candidates arrive at the test centre but don’t actually get to sit their test because their vehicle is not up to standard. This booklet outlines what vehicle standards are required.
This handy information booklet for the Learner Driver details what EDT is and how is works.
IBT stands for Initial Basic Training – a training course for learner drivers.
It can help you to master basic motorcycling skills and improve your knowledge
of road safety.