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For potential driving instructors who are training for ADI Part 3, ADIT offer the chance to gain valuable experience teaching real learners by working as part of our franchise. Please contact Trainee Licence enquiries.
The trainee licence (also known as a pink licence) exists to give trainee instructors the chance to gain real life teaching experience before taking the most difficult of the driving instructor exams - ADI Part 3, teaching ability.
Before a trainee instructor (Potential Driving Instructor or PDI) can start teaching pupils on the licence, first they have to apply and pay for a trainee licence from the DVSA.
The main advantages of working under a trainee licence are:
The trainee licence lasts for 6 months, which should be long enough to gain enough experience to pass ADI Part 3. Occasionally it's possible to reapply for a second trainee licence, but the DVSA will want a good reason why they should issue a 2nd licence to the same trainee.
To be eligble for a licence, potential driving instructors must:
When the trainee instructor satisfies the above requirements, there are 2 training options:
There are a few important points to remember when using a pink trainee driving instructor licence...
Please contact ADIT with your Trainee Licence enquiries
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