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Standards Check Preparation

Driving Instructor Trainers is also able to offer help to any DVSA ADI wanting to prepare for a Standards Check.

There are many reasons why a driving instructor may want or need help to prepare for a Standards Check.

Some ADIs will still be unfamiliar with the requirements of this assessment, and are still basing their teaching on the requirements for the old Check Test or the old DVSA ADI Part 3, before it was revised in December 2017.

Some ADIs goal may be to achieve a high grade or mark on their Standards Check.

The goal of some ADIs may simply be to get the Standards Check over with, whatever the mark, and get back to teaching.

An ADI is given three opportunities to pass a Standards Check, the best plan is obviously to get the mark that you want or need at the first attempt, as the pressure can easily mount if you need a second or third attempt.

It is incredibly rare for anyone to ever be given a fourth attempt at a Standards Check, it requires extremely exceptional circumstances for it to happen.

Whatever method you choose to use, make sure that you are well prepared for a Standards Check; you may decide to prepare by doing some private studying; you may decide to attend A Standards Check Workshop; you may decide to get some one to one training; the best preparation method will be different for each individual.

If you do not pass a Standards Check, the biggest mistake can be to be embarrassed, and avoid seeking help.

It is not unusual to receive a phone call from someone about to take their third Standards Check in a few days time, seeking help.

If a Standards Check is failed, the sooner you seek help the better, it gives you time to work out what help you need, and to start to make any changes required in your tuition to ensure success the next time.

Making last minute changes might work, but if you have time to consolidate any changes to your tuition properly, you can be much more relaxed and natural on your next Standards Check.

If you are looking for  Standards Check Workshop, we recommend the one delivered by ADINJC click here for details

If you are looking for one to one training, we can offer a variety of options.

Depending on your location we can offer one to one training as either half day or full day training sessions.

The one to one training that we offer is not a one size fits all approach, we will tailor the training to your goals, your needs, your requirements.

Some ADIs have a lot of questions, and want a better understanding of the requirements, the training session might consist largely of a conversation and discussion, answering questions, and explaining whatever topic they are unsure of.

Some ADIs will want more practical, hands on training, this might consist of a series of role play scenarios.

Some ADIs may benefit from having a real driving lesson observed, followed by a discussion, where the lesson is analysed.

These are just examples that can be included in any Standards Check training session, they can be combined together, into one session, and other methods can also be used.

Standards Check Training Fees

Standards Check Training Session in Birmingham and West Midlands

Postcode areas; B; CV; DY; WR; WS; WV

Half Day Training Session (3 hours)


Full Day Training Session (6 hours)


Standards Check Training Session in The Midlands Region

Postcode areas; DE; GL; LE; NN; ST; SY1 to SY13; TF

Full Day Training Session (6 hours)


Standards Check Training Session in England and Wales

Full Day Training Session (6 hours)


Standards Check Training Session in Scotland

Full Day Training Session (6 hours)


Training session fees other than in Birmingham and West Midlands reflect the additional time and costs in travelling from our location in Birmingham to deliver your training in your location, including accommodation.

You might as an alternative wish to consider travelling to Birmingham to receive your training.


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