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How to Pass the ADI Exams: The Essential Guide to Passing Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the DSA Exams and Becoming an Approved Driving Instructor
     

How to Pass the ADI Exams: The Essential Guide to Passing Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the DSA Exams and Becoming an Approved Driving Instructor

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by John Miller
 
How to Pass the ADI Exams provides all trainee ADIs with an indispensable guide to understanding and passing all three stages of the ADI exam process. Packed with practice questions, the book outlines the overall exam structure, before looking in detail at the three key areas - the theory test (Part 1), the driving exam (Part 2) and the instructional ability test

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How to Pass the ADI Exams provides all trainee ADIs with an indispensable guide to understanding and passing all three stages of the ADI exam process. Packed with practice questions, the book outlines the overall exam structure, before looking in detail at the three key areas - the theory test (Part 1), the driving exam (Part 2) and the instructional ability test (Part 3). With additional information on pre-entry requirements, criminal records checks, ADI registration, and the responsibilities and codes of practice relating to ADIs, the book can underpin your training programme and offers practical help and advice to guide you through the exam procedures.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780749465209
Publisher:
Kogan Page, Ltd.
Publication date:
06/03/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
File size:
854 KB

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Meet the Author

John Miller is the co-author of the best-selling The Driving Instructor's Handbook and Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors (both published by Kogan Page). John is a training consultant with over 35 years' experience in the driver training industry and was himself an ADI for more than 30 years. For many years he ran his own driving school for car and lorry drivers, as well as a training facility for driving instructors.
John Miller has been involved with the driver training industry for more than 35 years. He is an experienced instructor trainer and a qualified LGV instructor. For many years he ran his own driving school for car and lorry drivers in Chichester and is now a training consultant. His qualifications include the City&Guilds Further Education Teacher's Certificate and the ADINJC Tutor's certificate, as well as the ADI and RTITB instructor qualifications. His driving qualifications include the Cardington Special Test and the IAM Advanced Driving Test. He is co-author of The Driving Instructor's Handbook, Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors and The LGV Learner Driver's Guide. John now updates and edits the Autodriva Instructor Home Study programme that was originally written by Margaret Stacey.

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How to Pass the ADI Exams: The Essential Guide to Passing Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the DSA Exams and Becoming an Approved Driving Instructor 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like it! PLEASE continue!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good, mai friend. Please go on.
LB666 More than 1 year ago
BF-Ch2,Pt3<p>I blinked rapidly, emerging from my thoughts as the man resorted to shaking me to capture my attention once more. I had a feeling he had been trying to prevent me from zoning out for a while but this was the first I noticed it. 'Perhaps he had tried to continue to talk to me as well,' I thought, quite unsure of the answer.</p> <p>  &quot;I'm fine,&quot; I snap at him, smacking away from his hand. &quot;Who are you? Where am I? And why?&quot; I had reverted back to the simpler questions over the newer. I would not get anywhere by asking questions I shall receive no, or useless, answers.</p> <p>  Thoughts of home popped in my head. Unwanted. Irrelevant. 'Why? Why now?' Well, maybe not totally irrelevant. Irksome. Confusion. The last thing I wanted was to go home. Actually, that's not even true. I would love to go home, but honestly, all I want right now is answers, and then allowed to leave on my own. Of course, my ankle would force me to stick close right now so maybe it would be best to stay put for a while.</p> <p>  Pushing away the unwanted thoughts from my head, I turned to listen to the man, not quite catching his name as he continued to speak. &quot;...will have to my partner the other two questions. I have no idea,&quot; he said.</p> <p>  &quot;Missed your name. Fresiti?&quot; The man looked at me in confusion. Obviously he could not speak other languages, or at least not Teshin. Oh boy. This would be a long &quot;visit&quot; if he did not learn and quickly. &quot;Repeat,&quot; I said. I rolled my eyes at him, my judgment of him even lower than low. Uneducated in the second most popular language on the land. And the simplest word at that, one even a two year old woulf know. So why didn't he?</p> <p>  I was lost in thought again as I almost missed his name twice in a row. &quot;Yars,&quot; he repeated. &quot;My name is Yars.&quot; He watched me, making me feel a little creeped out.</p> <p>  &quot;So why is my ankle not bandaged well?&quot; This simple question took him by surprise, especially as I continued. &quot;It hurts to move my ankle and if wrapped properly, I shouldn't be able to move it at all.&quot;</p> <p>  &quot;Erm,&quot; he said, flustering for words. His eyes flicked around the room. &quot;Yeah, that was my fault,&quot; he eventually muttered. &quot;Let me go get some better bandages.&quot; Yars quickly rose, turning and walking out.</p> <p>  Breathing a sigh of relief as he disappears from sight, I quickly pull back the blanket, careful not to twist my ankle any more than I already had it twisted. It still stung but it was a lot less pain than when I had been struggling to escape the blanket earlier. Looking around again, I swung my legs over the edge of the bed. Rusty metal crutches were lying beside the bed, leaning against the wall to my left. I quickly snatched them and used them to let me stand. Swinging on these shabby crutches probably was not the best idea, so I forced myself to resist that urge. Instead, I moved around, staying within the room's bounds as I took in everything a little bit better. There was a closet, full of poufy dresses and a couple of simpler dresses, all in several colors. It made me wonder just how big the closet, and the house, really was, for the space in the closet seemed endless.</p> <p>I might have put the wrong part number on the last part. If so, sorry!</p> <p>~LB</p>
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I blinked rapidly, emerging from my thoughts as the man resorted to shaking me to capture my attention once more. I had a feeling he had been trying to prevent me from zoning out for awhile but this was the first I noticed it. 'Perhaps he had tried to continue to talk to me as well,' I thought, quite unsure of the answer.<p>&nbsp "I'm fine," I snap at him, smacking away from his hand. "Who are you? Where am I? And why?" I had reverted back to the simpler questions over the newer. I would not get anywhere by asking questions I shall recieve no, or useless, answers.<p>&nbsp Thoughts of home popped in my head. Unwanted. Irrelevant. 'Why? Why now?' Well, maybe not totally irrelevant. Irksome. Confusion. The last thing I wanted was to go home. Actually, that's not even true. I would love to go home, but honestly, all I want right now is answers, and then allowed to leave on my own. Of course, my ankle would force me to stick close right now so maybe it would be best to stay put for awhile.<p>&nbsp Pushing away the unwanted thoughts from my head, I turned to listen to the man, not quite catching his name as he continued to speak. "...will have to my partner the other two questions. I have no idea," he said.<p>&nbsp "Missed your name. Fresiti?" The man looked at me in confusion. Obviously he could not speak other languages, or at least not Teshin. Oh boy. This would be a long "visit" if he did not learn and quickly. "Repeat," I said. I rolled my eyes at him, my judgement of him even lower than low. Uneducated in the second most popular language on the land. And the simplest word at that, one even a two year old woulf know. So why didn't he?<p>&nbsp I was lost in thought again as I almost missed his name twice in a row. "Yars," he repeated. "My name is Yars." He watched me, making me feel a little creeped out.<p>&nbsp "So why is myankle not bamdaged well?" This simple question took hik by surprise, especially as I continued. "It hurts to move my ankle and if wrapped properly, I shouldn't be able to move it at all."<p>&nbsp "Erm," he said, flustering for words. His eyes flicked around the room. "Yeah, that was my fault," he evetually muttered. "Let me go get some better bandages." Yars quickly rose, turning and walking out.<p>&nbsp Breathing a sigh of relief as he disappears from soght, I quickly pull back the blanket, careful not to twist my ankle anymore than I already had it twisted. It still stung but it was a lot less pain than when I had been struglgline to escape the blanket eqrlier. Looking around again, I swung my legs over the edge of the bed. Rusty metal crutches were laying beside the bed, leaning against the wall to my left. I quickly snatched them and used them to let me stand. Swinging on these shabby crutches probably was not the best idea, so I forced myself to resist that urge. Instead, I moved around, staying within the room's bounds as I took in everything a little bit better. There was a closet, full of poofy dresses and a couple of simpler dresses, all in several colors. It made me wonder just how big the closet, and the house, really was, for the space in the closet seemed endless.<p>Sorry for any mistakes but it IS four in the morning as I finish typing this<p>~L&beta
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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