My best decision in deciding to start training to become an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) was finding Angie Presland to become my trainer.
Angie tailored her training techniques to my learning style. She built my confidence and abilities immediately from One on One lessons, myself sitting in on Angie’s driving lessons (free of charge) and with Angie sitting in on lessons overseeing myself teaching pupils.
After getting my first 40 hours training Angie helped me to apply for my PDI Licence which she mentored me through her driving school Belt Up. Again with Angie’s guidance I did the additional 20 hours training so I could apply to take my final Part 3 ADI exam, which I took and passed first time within 4 months of starting my training as a PDI
Angie’s training is structured to the individual, every lesson is followed up with a feedback log report, so you know exactly where you are and where you are going with your training.
Angie’s enthusiasm for learning and teaching was obvious from our first meeting and her commitment was 100%
So if you are considering a career as a driving instructor I totally recommend getting in touch with Angie.