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Driving Instructor pass rates rise in 2015

Posted on Friday 11th December, 2015 at 11:12 COMMENTS (0)

The number of PDIs passing their Part 1 theory test in Q3 2015 rose by two-fifths on the previous year according to the latest government figures. 

Between July and September 2015, there was a 40.4% change in the number of passes in Q3 2015 compared with the previous year with 882 passing their Part 1 theory test - a 56% pass rate. 

Part 2 practical tests saw a 20.4% rise compared with the previous year with 650 passes, a 57% pass rate, while 348 passed Part 3, a rate of 35.7% and a 21.7% rise on Q3 2014. 

As of September 2015, there were 40,667 ADIs on register, a 4.1% decline over last year reflecting the continued downward trend which the Department for Transport (DfT) said "may be linked to a reduced demand for instructors, related to what was until recently a reducing number of car practical test". 

During July to September 2015, 2,364 Standards Checks were conducted on ADIs, taking the total with a grade under the new standards to 13,750.  Of these, 26.1% scored an A, 65.3% a B and 8.6% had failed. 
Of 141 CBT instructor check tests conducted during July to September, 130 had a satisfactory result.

 

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ADI standards test is easier to get a top grade but easier to fail

Posted on Thursday 27th November, 2014 at 09:11 COMMENTS (1)

Under the previous check test system, driving instructors were graded from 1 to 6.  With instructors achieving the highest 6 grade being somewhat of the elite.  The new standards test system on the other hand grades ADIs simply into just two satisfactory categories, A and B, where A is the best grade. 

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A Simpler Standards Check for Driving Instructors

Posted on Thursday 10th April, 2014 at 15:04 COMMENTS (0)

On 7th April 2014 the current driving instructors 'Check test' was replaced with a new 'Standards Check'. 

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Latest Announcement on ADI Standards Check

Posted on Saturday 23rd November, 2013 at 09:11 COMMENTS (0)

From Monday 7 April 2014, Driving Standards Agency (DSA) will use the 'standards check' to assess how well an approved driving instructor (ADI) meets the required standard. 

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Bogus driving instructors UK

Posted on Thursday 24th October, 2013 at 13:10 COMMENTS (0)

In the last four years, 123 driving instructors have been caught by the Police either without suitable qualification or without the proper vehicle insurance. 

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