Driving Skills Development For ADIs
The ADI Part 2 Test is a difficult Advanced Driving Test.
There are however Driving Tests that are more advanced, and Driving Tests that look for a different style of driving than that advocated by DSA.
Some ADI training is very poor and is geared to helping the trainee scrape through the Part 2 Test, rather than helping them to develop excellence in their driving.
Once the Part 2 Test is passed, it is easy to allow standards to slip over a period of time.
If an ADI’s Driving standard is further developed, they can have more confidence in their teaching, they know for certain that they are correct.
They develop a better, deeper understanding of driving, and therefore they can teach or explain things better.
If you can drive to the highest standards, it could open up opportunities to teach at other levels:
ADI Part 2
By developing your driving further, it will further improve your observation, planning, and hazard perception skills, this will mean that you are capable of teaching these skills at a higher level, this is a benefit whether you are teaching learners or advanced drivers.
Improving your observation and planning skills will also make you even safer, and improve your confidence when teaching.
“Eco Safe Driving” is now part of the ‘L’ Test, how much do you know about Eco Safe Driving?