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Author: Barrie

At the last MSA National Conference in March this year, DVSA registrar Mark Magee, hinted at the idea of substituting the current PST based Part 3 entrance exam with a Standards Check style driving lesson assessment instead. To be honest, this idea has been around for a very long time now, even preceding the Standards Check, with the idea of a traditionally assessed (Check Test) type driving lesson with a real customer as the assessment instead of a role playing examiner assessing the performance based on one of the ten PSTs.

Dear readers, Having passed the adi part 3 exam on my instructional abilities on my first attempt, I have been invited to share some of my reflections with you all. The first and most important point that I would like to make is the importance of finding the right teacher. I was blessed to have been taught by one of the most qualified drivers in South West London.

Are you considering working as a qualified driving instructor? Being a driving instructor is a great job that can give you flexible earning potential and fit around your life and commitments to family. Here are some reasons why you should consider qualifying as a driving instructor. Work the hours you want - as a fully qualified driving instructor you'll be self-employed and able to set the hours you work. That means you can fit work around family commitments. Many drivers cut back their hours substantially during school holidays and work longer hours once the kids are back in school.

Currently in the UK, there is a demand for driving instructors as there is more desire than ever to own a vehicle for personal mobility rather than having to rely on public transport. One thing that pursuing this career will bring you is job security, as there will always be someone who wants to learn how to drive. With the theory and hazard perception tests as well as the practical elements of driving, there will always be a demand for high quality instructors.