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The Driving Instructor's Handbook, 19th Edition

Book Description

The Driving Instructor's Handbook, recognised as an industry standard, provides both trainee and qualified driving instructors with a complete information source on training, exam preparation, driving tests and theory, and the ADI register.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Contents
  4. Advertisers
  5. About the author
  6. Acknowledgements
  7. Foreword
  8. Introduction
  9. 01 Qualifying as an Approved Driving Instructor
    1. The ADI qualification
    2. Examination structure
    3. Part 1: theory and hazard perception
    4. Part 2: driving ability
    5. Part 3: instructional ability
    6. Training to become an ADI
    7. Fleet training register
  10. 02 ADI Part 1: Theory test and hazard perception
    1. Booking the ADI theory test
    2. Multiple-choice questions
    3. Hazard perception test
    4. After the test
    5. Preparing for the Part 1
    6. Studying the syllabus
  11. 03 ADI Part 1 questions
    1. DVSA revision questions
    2. Theory mock test
  12. 04 ADI Part 2: Driving ability
    1. Application
    2. The car
    3. Eyesight
    4. Vehicle safety questions
    5. The driving test
    6. The syllabus
    7. Resource material
    8. Preparation
    9. During the test
    10. Eco-safe driving
    11. Marking system
    12. Your driving skills
    13. Profile of ‘the perfect driver’
    14. On the road
    15. Response and control skills
    16. System of car control
    17. Advanced Driving Tests
  13. 05 Trainee licence
    1. Application
    2. Qualification
    3. Eligibility
    4. Duration
    5. Training
    6. Displaying the trainee licence
    7. Northern Ireland trainee licence
  14. 06 ADI Part 3: Instructional ability
    1. Application
    2. The car
    3. Examination topics
    4. Structure of the test
    5. Assessment of instructional ability
    6. Preparation
    7. Pass rates
    8. The test
    9. The preset tests
    10. When you pass
    11. If you fail
    12. The ADI certificate
  15. 07 The ADI Standards Check
    1. The appointment
    2. The car
    3. Your pupil
    4. Assessment
    5. Preparation
    6. At the end of the Standards Check
    7. Assessment structure
    8. Competence standards examples
    9. Typical lessons
    10. Interpreting the assessment criteria
    11. Instructor’s test results
  16. 08 The driving test
    1. Theory and hazard perception test
    2. Practical test
    3. Marking system
    4. Driving test faults
    5. Car and trailer test
    6. Extended driving test
    7. DVSA service standards
    8. Driving test changes
  17. 09 The driver
    1. Driver licensing
    2. Driving abroad
    3. Visitors and new residents
    4. Road traffic law
    5. Penalty points and offences
    6. Disqualification
    7. Motor vehicle insurance
    8. Legal obligations of a supervising driver
    9. Vehicle regulations
    10. Documents
  18. 10 National Syllabus for Driving
    1. Aim of the Syllabus
    2. Who is this Syllabus for?
    3. How to use this Syllabus
    4. Supporting documentation
    5. Unit 1: Prepare a vehicle and its occupants for a journey
    6. Unit 2: Guide and control a vehicle
    7. Unit 3: Drive a vehicle in accordance with The Highway Code
    8. Unit 4: Drive safely and efficiently
  19. 11 Driver training
    1. Teaching and learning
    2. Transfer of learning
    3. Motivation
    4. Client-centred learning
    5. GROW – an overview
    6. GROW – practical application
    7. Skill training
    8. Essential elements
    9. Structuring the learning
    10. Driver training syllabus
    11. Route planning
    12. Instructions and terminology
    13. Corrections on the move
    14. Intervention and dual controls
    15. Assessments and standards
    16. Pass Plus
    17. ‘L’ driver errors
    18. Assessing progress
    19. Summary – driver training
    20. Route selection
  20. 12 Disabilities and impairments
    1. Assessing the needs
    2. Notes on disabilities
    3. Vehicle adaptations
    4. Impaired vision
    5. Impaired hearing
    6. Other impairments and distractions
    7. Methods of teaching
    8. Applying for the driving test
    9. Instructor courses
  21. Appendices
    1. I Useful contacts
    2. II Reference books and recommended reading
    3. III Answers – ADI Part 1 questions (Chapter 3)
    4. IV Code of Practice for ADIs
  22. Index
  23. Copyright