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Courses for Approved Driving Instructors

Drivex offers a number of courses for current D.V.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors. All of our courses are aimed at giving delegates a wider field of knowledge leading to enhanced teaching skills, increased business opportunities and improved income potential.

For more details on training to become an Approved Driving Instructor with Drivex click here.

Every one of our courses can count towards Instructor Continued Professional Development (CPD). 


ADI Fleet Instructor Course (5-day, DVSA-Accredited)

Course Aims:

This is the ideal course to allow existing D.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) to gain entitlement to enter the D.V.S.A. Fleet Instructor Register and to subsequently deliver work-related driver training courses to industry and other sectors. The course is also an ideal way for ADIs to expand their Continual Professional Development (CPD) Portfolio.

Course Objectives:      

  • To enable delegates to qualify for entry to the DVSA  Register of Fleet Driver Trainers

  • To enable delegates to assess the driving standard of a wide range of drivers, and to be able to deliver meaningful, prioritised training in response to any identified areas of risk

Who should attend?

Any ADI who wishes to enter the field of Fleet Driver assessment and training.

Course Duration:

Normally five consecutive days, Monday to Friday.

Course Location:

Normally Drivex Training Centre in Southampton but for groups of four or more delegates can be located anywhere in the U.K.

Benefits of attending:

For more details of our Fleet Instructor Course click here to open the Course Prospectus

  • To enable delegates to improve their own driving skills.
  • Understand the reasons behind Corporate Driver assessment and training.
  • Understand how to assess and train a range of drivers of varying experience.
  • Understand how to deal with clients and how to report back on training delivered.
  • Improved driver training skills when working with learner drivers.
  • More and varied work opportunities
  • Increased earnings potential
  • Enhanced professional status
  • Significant commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD)
  • Future Check Tests taken as Fleet Instructor

Preparatory Work:

All delegates must hold a full UK Car Driving Licence (category B) and be a DSA Approved Driving Instructor (Car).

Additional Information:

This course can be conducted in delegates’ own vehicles or one of our vehicles.

This course normally runs on a 1:1, 2:1 or 3:1 delegate to trainer ratio to suit individual course requirements.

Course Fees:

All courses are individually costed and fees will depend upon course location, course duration, number of delegates and type(s) of vehicles used. For courses which are conducted at our Southampton Training centre please see the Course Prospectus (link at the top of this page) for details of course fees and the next available course. To discuss your own individual requirements contact us on 01983 810012.

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ADI Fleet Instructor Course, Part 1 (1-day, DVSA-Accredited)

Course Aims:

For more details of our Fleet Instructor Course click here to open the Course Prospectus.

This is the ideal course to allow existing D.V.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) to take the first step towards gaining entitlement to enter the D.S.A. Fleet Instructor Register and to subsequently deliver work-related driver training courses to industry and other sectors. The course is also an ideal way for ADIs to expand their Continual Professional Development (CPD) Portfolio.

Course Objectives:      

  • To enable delegates to take the Drivex Part 1 Fleet Instructor Theory Test required for entry to the DVSA  Register of Fleet Driver Trainers

  • To enable delegates to understand how driving for work differs from driving socially.

  • To enable delegates to understand a driver risk assessment.

 

Who should attend?

Any ADI who wishes to enter the field of Fleet Driver assessment and training.

Course Duration:

One day.

Course Location:

Normally Drivex Training Centre in Southampton but for groups of four or more delegates can be located anywhere in the U.K.

Benefits of attending:

  • Understand the reasons behind Corporate Driver assessment and training.
  • Understand how a driver risk assessment works.
  • Improved driver training skills when working with learner drivers.
  • More and varied work opportunities
  • Increased earnings potential
  • Enhanced professional status
  • Significant commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD)
  • Future Check Tests taken as Fleet Instructor

Preparatory Work:

All delegates must hold a full UK Car Driving Licence (category B) and be a DVSA Approved Driving Instructor (Car).

Additional Information:

Successful completion of this course leads to the delegate holding a Drivex Fleet Course Part 1 Theory Test Pass Certificate. This will allow the delegate to move on to the Drivex Fleet Course Part 2 Advanced Driving Course.

This course normally runs on a group basis but can be tailored to suit individual course requirements.

Course Fees:

All courses are individually costed and fees will depend upon course location, course duration and number of delegates. To discuss your own individual requirements contact us on 01983 810012.

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ADI Fleet Instructor Course, Part 2 (2-day, DVSA-Accredited)

Course Aims:

For more details of our Fleet Instructor Course click here to open the Course Prospectus.

This is the ideal course to allow existing D.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) to take the second step towards gaining entitlement to enter the D.V.S.A. Fleet Instructor Register and to subsequently deliver work-related driver training courses to industry and other sectors. The course is also an ideal way for ADIs to expand their Continual Professional Development (CPD) Portfolio.

Course Objectives:      

  • To enable delegates to take the Drivex Part 2 Fleet Instructor Test of Driving Ability required for entry to the DVSA  Register of Fleet Driver Trainers.
  • To enable delegates to drive to a higher standard and to be able to assess driving situations and actions in terms of risk.

Who should attend?

Any ADI who wishes to enter the field of Fleet Driver assessment and training and who has passed the Drivex Fleet Course Part 1 Theory Test.

Course Duration:

Two days.

Course Location:

Normally Drivex Training Centre in Southampton but can be located anywhere in the U.K.

Benefits of attending:

  • To enable delegates to improve their own driving skills .
  • Understand how to risk-assess driving situations.
  • Improved driver training skills when working with learner drivers.
  • More and varied work opportunities
  • Increased earnings potential
  • Enhanced professional status
  • Significant commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD)
  • Future Check Tests taken as Fleet Instructor

Preparatory Work:

All delegates must hold a full UK Car Driving Licence (category B) and be a DVSA Approved Driving Instructor (Car).

All delegates must have passed the Drivex Fleet Course Part 1 Theory Test and have attended the Drivex Fleet Course Part 1

Additional Information:

Successful completion of this course leads to the delegate holding a Drivex Fleet Course Part 2 Test of Driving Ability Pass Certificate. This will allow the delegate to move on to the Drivex Fleet Course Part 3 Driver Assessment Course.

This course normally runs on a 1:1, 2:1 or 3:1 delegate to trainer ratio to suit individual course requirements.

Course Fees:

All courses are individually costed and fees will depend upon course location, course duration, number of delegates and type(s) of vehicles used. To discuss your own individual requirements contact us on 01983 810012.

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ADI Fleet Instructor Course, Part 3 (3-day, DVSA-Accredited)

Course Aims:

For more details of our Fleet Instructor Course click here to open the Course Prospectus.

This is the ideal course to allow existing D.V.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) to take the third and final step towards gaining entitlement to enter the D.S.A. Fleet Instructor Register and to subsequently deliver work-related driver training courses to industry and other sectors. The course is also an ideal way for ADIs to expand their Continual Professional Development (CPD) Portfolio.

Course Objectives:      

  • To enable delegates to take the Drivex Part 3 Fleet Instructor Test of Instructional / Coaching Ability.
  • To enable delegates to qualify for entry to the DVSA  Register of Fleet Driver Trainers
  • To enable delegates to assess the driving standard of a wide range of drivers, and to be able to deliver meaningful, prioritised training in response to any identified areas of risk

Who should attend?

Any ADI who wishes to enter the field of Fleet Driver assessment and training and who has passed the Drivex Fleet Course Part 1 Theory Test. and the Drivex Fleet Course Part 2 Test of Driving Ability.

Course Duration:

Three days.

Course Location:

Normally Drivex Training Centre in Southampton but can be located anywhere in the U.K.

Benefits of attending:

  • To enable delegates to improve their own driving skills.
  • Understand the reasons behind Corporate Driver assessment and training.
  • Understand how to assess and train a range of drivers of varying experience.
  • Understand how to deal with clients and how to report back on training delivered.
  • Improved driver training skills when working with learner drivers.
  • More and varied work opportunities
  • Increased earnings potential
  • Enhanced professional status
  • Significant commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD)
  • Future Check Tests taken as Fleet Instructor

Preparatory Work:

All delegates must hold a full UK Car Driving Licence (category B) and be a DVSA Approved Driving Instructor (Car).

All delegates must have passed the Drivex Fleet Course Part 1 Theory Test and have attended the Drivex Fleet Course Part 1

All delegates must have passed the Drivex Fleet Course Part 2 Test of Driving Ability and have attended the Drivex Fleet Course Part 2. 

Additional Information:

Successful completion of this course leads to the delegate holding a Drivex Fleet Course Part 3 Test of Instructional / Coaching Ability Pass Certificate. This will lead to entitlement to enter the D.V.S.A. Fleet Instructor Register

This course normally runs on a 1:1, 2:1 or 3:1 delegate to trainer ratio to suit individual course requirements.

Course Fees:

All courses are individually costed and fees will depend upon course location, course duration, number of delegates and type(s) of vehicles used. To discuss your own individual requirements contact us on 01983 810012.

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ADI B+E Trailer Instructor Course (1-day)

'The further we are from 1997, the more demand there will be for B+E training and tests.....'

Course Aims:  

This is the ideal course to allow existing D.V.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) to gain an introduction into teaching trailer skills and how to prepare students for the B+E Car and Trailer Practical Test. The course is also an ideal way for ADIs to expand their Continual Professional Development (CPD) Portfolio.

 

Course Objectives:      

  • To enable delegates to understand the Driving Licence entitlements regarding towing.
  • To enable delegates to teach correct procedures for coupling and uncoupling trailers.
  • To enable delegates to teach trailer reversing skills. 
  • To enable delegates to assess the driving standard of a wide range of drivers, and to be able to deliver meaningful, prioritised training in response to any identified areas of risk with respect to towing heavy trailers.
  • To enable delegates to understand the Practical B+E Driving Test procedures.
  • To enable delegates to prepare students for the Practical B+E Driving Test.

Who should attend?

Any ADI who wishes to enter the field of category B+E Trailer Training.

Course Duration:

Normally one day.

Course Location:

Anywhere in the U.K.

Benefits of attending:

  • To enable delegates to improve their own driving skills.
  • Understand the syllabus and skills required for delivering B+E trailer training.
  • Understand how to assess and train a range of drivers of varying experience..
  • Improved driver training skills when working with learner drivers.
  • More and varied work opportunities
  • Increased earnings potential
  • Enhanced professional status
  • Significant commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD).

Preparatory Work:

All delegates must hold a full UK Car Driving Licence (categories B and B+E) and be a DSA Approved Driving Instructor (Car).

Additional Information:

This course can be conducted in delegates’ own vehicles or one of our vehicles.

This course normally runs on a 1:1 or 2:1 delegate to trainer ratio to suit individual course requirements.

Course Fees:

All courses are individually costed and fees will depend upon course location, course duration, number of delegates and type(s) of vehicles used. To discuss your own individual requirements contact us on 01983 810012.

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ADI C1 LGV Instructor Course (2-day)

Course Aims:  

'The further we are from 1997, the more demand there will be for C1 training and tests.....'

This is the ideal course to allow existing D.S.A. Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) to gain an introduction into teaching LGV Category C1 skills and how to prepare students for the C1 Practical Test and the LGV Practical CPC Test. The course is also an ideal way for ADIs to expand their Continual Professional Development (CPD) Portfolio.

Course Objectives:      .

  • To enable delegates to teach Category C1 reversing skills. 
  • To enable delegates to assess the driving standard of a wide range of drivers, and to be able to deliver meaningful, prioritised training in response to any identified areas of risk with respect to driving Category C1 vehicles.
  • To enable delegates to understand the Practical C1 Driving Test procedures.
  • To enable delegates to prepare students for the Practical C1 Driving Test.
  • To enable delegates to prepare students for the Practical C1 CPC Test.

Who should attend?

Any ADI who wishes to enter the field of category C1 Driver Training.

Course Duration:

Normally two days.

Course Location:

Anywhere in the U.K.

Benefits of attending:

  • To enable delegates to improve their own driving skills.
  • Understand the syllabus and skills required for delivering C1 LGV training.
  • Understand how to assess and train a range of drivers of varying experience..
  • Improved driver training skills when working with learner drivers.
  • More and varied work opportunities
  • Increased earnings potential
  • Enhanced professional status
  • Significant commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD).

Preparatory Work:

All delegates must hold a full UK Driving Licence (categories B and C1) and be a DSA Approved Driving Instructor (Car). Note:In order to train provisional C1 licence holders instructors must hold a category C1 driving licence by virtue of passing a C1 practical test and must have held this licence for at least three years.

Additional Information:

This course can be conducted in delegates’ own vehicles or one of our vehicles.

This course normally runs on a 1:1 or 2:1 delegate to trainer ratio to suit individual course requirements.

Course Fees:

All courses are individually costed and fees will depend upon course location, course duration, number of delegates and type(s) of vehicles used. To discuss your own individual requirements contact us on 01983 810012.

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