I have passed the DVSA New Entrant Examiners Assessment, subsequently been employed by the DVSA and as part of the course worked in a test centre for two weeks sitting in on numerous tests and receiving training from serving examiners at the centre, and then attended Cardington for classroom and in-car sessions on test marking, control and assessment as well as passing the Examiners Theory Test and Hazard Perception Test at the first attempt.
I also hold the only DVSA accredited examiners qualification outside of the DVSA itself that covers the “Cardington” marking system,
My qualifications are amongst the most extensive you will find in the Learner driver training sector.
Rated Grade A for Instructional Ability by the DVSA means I am in the top 24% of ADIs* and I’m signed up to both the industry code of practice and voluntary continuing professional development – The three things the DVSA recommended you look for when choosing an instructor, and I am also rated Grade A for driving ability on the “Cardington Special Test” , the toughest test the DVSA examine.
I am a member of the Governing Committee of the ADINJC a trade body representing driving instructors that consults directly with the DVSA.
Remember, lots of cheap lessons and failed tests could end up costing you more than lessons that are a bit more expensive, but that you need less of.