For those who want to Train to become a driving instructor, the hardest part is finding a suitable trainer and being able to trust them. I know before I did my training many years ago, when I first decided that I wanted to become an instructor, I didn't even bother looking around I just went to the best known name associated with the profession.
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DSA is urging all approved driving instructors (ADIs) to log on to businesslink.gov.uk/manageadi to update their contact details.
You can also use the online service to tell DSA if you:
- would like your details to be published on the ‘Find your nearest driving instructors’ service on Directgov
- are committed to a minimum of one day per year continuing professional development (CPD) and abiding by the voluntary ADI code of practice
‘Find your nearest driving instructors’ service
This free online service, searching by postcode, gives customers swift access to information about ADIs in their area and their contact details.
Learner drivers can get the details for their nearest instructors with just a few clicks of the mouse, along with the assurance that those listed have passed the DSA qualifying tests, have been Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checked and are on the ADI register.
The service shows:
- your name
- your contact number
- your email address
- if you are committed to CPD and abiding by the voluntary ADI code of practice
- how far you are from the learner’s postcode
You can take a look at the service at direct.gov.uk/finddrivinginstructor.