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YOUR ROAD TO BECOMING A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR


Thank you for choosing GLASGOW SCHOOL OF MOTORING LTD as your driving instructor training provider.

Glasgow School of Motoring has been approved

by the DSA, are on the Official Register of

Driving Instructor Trainers (ORDIT) and provide

full training for those who wish to take up a career

as a driving instructor. After completing a three

part course covering theory, practical skills and

the ability to instruct, we guarantee an Approved

Driving Instructor (ADI) position within our

company, covering all areas of Glasgow.


The following information will give you an insight of how to become a driving instructor and how to achieve your road to success.

The first step to becoming a qualified driving instructor is to apply for registration. The ADI starter pack, ‘Your Road to Becoming a Driving Instructor’, which can be ordered from the DSA, contains the ADI 14 information booklet and ADI 3 application form. You will need to obtain a criminal record disclosure before you submit your application. The DSA website and the starter pack explain how having a criminal record will not necessarily bar anyone from being accepted as a potential driving instructor.


To become an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) you must:


car driving car driving licence; any EU/EEA licence must be exchanged for a GB licence which

can be obtained from the DVLA


after qualifying. A foreign driving licence, an automatic car licence or a provisional licence held

after passing the driving test, all count towards the four years


the Register