How to Pass the ADI Exams: The Essential Guide to Passing Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the DSA Exams and Becoming an Approved Driving Instructor

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Kogan Page Publishers, Jun 3, 2012 - Transportation - 256 pages
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How to Pass the ADI Exams provides all trainee ADIs with an indispensable guide to understanding and passing all three stages of the ADI exam process. Packed with practice questions, the book outlines the overall exam structure, before looking in detail at the three key areas - the theory test (Part 1), the driving exam (Part 2) and the instructional ability test (Part 3). With additional information on pre-entry requirements, criminal records checks, ADI registration, and the responsibilities and codes of practice relating to ADIs, the book can underpin your training programme and offers practical help and advice to guide you through the exam procedures.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
01 The ADI exams
11
02 ADI Part 1 theory test
17
03 Part 1 questions official DSA practice questions
32
04 ADI Part 2 own driving
76
05 Driving theory
96
06 Trainee licence
111
07 ADI Part 3 instructional ability
120
10 Mock theory test
200
Useful addresses
215
Further reading reference books
219
Answers for example DSA questions Chapter 2
221
Mock test answers
224
Theory test centres
231
Index
233
Index of ADVERTISERS
238

08 ADI Registration
181
09 Official DSA theory test answers
193

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About the author (2012)

John Miller is the co-author of the best-selling The Driving Instructor's Handbook and Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors (both published by Kogan Page). John is a training consultant with over 35 years' experience in the driver training industry and was himself an ADI for more than 30 years. For many years he ran his own driving school for car and lorry drivers, as well as a training facility for driving instructors.

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