ADI Training


Gsm Driving Academy has a separate division specialising in Driving Instructor Training. Our Trainers are top grade instructors who have worked with some of the elite companies in the industry. They have spent substantial amount of time studying other companies training methods to find weaknesses and flaws and have now put together a robust training regime which is tailored to each individual.

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) is an executive agency of the Department of Transport. The agency is responsible for conducting all theory and practical driving tests in Great Britain.

To become an ADI you need to pass the DSA ADI qualifying examination and to register you need to meet certain minimum legal requirements. You must:

  • Hold a full UK or EEA unrestricted car driving licence; (if you have points please call for more information)
  • Have held it for at least 4 years prior to entering the Register after qualifying;
  • Not have been disqualified from driving at any time in the 4 years prior to being entered in the Register;
  • Be a ‘fit and proper’ person to have your name entered in the Register.

All convictions, motoring or non-motoring still in force will be taken into account by the DSA before allowing you on the Register. You must ensure you can read a number plate in good daylight at the distance of 27.5 metres or 26.5 metres depending on the width of the lettering (with glasses if normally worn for driving) as this will be checked on Part 2 of the qualifying examination.

On the normal driving test you need only read a number plate at 20.5 metres or 20 metres depending on the width of the lettering.

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Hi My names Harpreet. I done my Instructor Training with GSM. Fantastic thorough training with continuous support when needed.

I passed my part 1 first time, my part 2 second time and my part 3 first time. Thanks again and well recommended...
THANK YOU!!! Thanks to GSM I am now a fully qualified instructor. A new career and a new start for me. Thanks again
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Instructor Training

Now only £1199
was £1999

  • Part 1 - Theory
  • Consists of a multiple-choice test and a video based hazard perception test
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  • Part 2 - Driving
  • Consists of an eyesight test, two questions about carrying out safety checks on the vehicle followed by a practical driving test.
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  • Part 3 - Instructional Ability
  • Instructional ability – consists of a practical test of the ability to instruct.
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The ADI Qualifying Examination


Once you have passed Part 1 you are required to undertake and pass the two remaining parts within two years. You are permitted an unlimited number of attempts at Part 1. However, for Part 2 and Part 3 you are only allowed three attempts at each test.

Should you fail a third attempt at Part 2 or Part 3 you would have to restart qualification again after 2 years had elapsed from your Part 1 pass date.

Waiting time for Part 1 is minimal; however, you will need to wait 6 to 8 weeks for either a Part 2 or Part 3 test appointment. This is why intensive training for Part 2 and 3 is unsuitable and why it is better to spread out the training over several weeks on a part-time basis with lots of practice in between.

Complete Training Costs are £1999. (half price from BSM & Instructor College) Pay as you go available at £30 an hour. Call our trainer today on 07716 060 070 to book an interview and take your first step towards a rewarding career as a DSA certified Driving Instructor.

PDI's

If you’re a PDI and you are struggling with the training and not getting the quality training you were promised by other organisations then call us today. We will pick up the pieces and work with you until your qualified.

  • Warning
  • There are many companies who take your money upfront but don’t give you the required training to get through your exams. We specialise in tailoring the training according to your learning ability. Do speak to us before you commit else were. We guarantee you will not be disappointed.