Stage 2 & Stage 3 ADI Training Explained – AND PASS!
Stage 2 & Stage 3 Explained – How to Become a Driving Instructor Ireland with us at Become a Driving Instructor.
Hi Kevin here from Become a Driving Instructor – If you have an ADI stage 2 or stage 3 coming up then definitely this video is for you trying to find this exact information online is nearly impossible so at the end of this video you will know exactly everything there is to know to pass stage 2 or Stage 3.
Having already passed stage one with the help of our ADI theory test syllabus you have now been invited to sit stage 2 the ADI driving test.
On this exam you will need to demonstrate extremely high levels of car control while showing advanced levels of hazard awareness on all road types including motorway, dual carriageway, rural and urban roads and you will also be expected to demonstrate almost perfect execution on the maneuvers.
We will show you how to setup these maneuvers using the POM routine position, observation, manoeuvre.
The tester must feel that you can expertly manoeuvre on the left reverse, right reverse, the turnabout parallel parking, emergency stop and hill start.
It typically it takes 8 to 10 hours to pass stage 2 and remember you are only allowed 4/4 in total.
Having passed stage 2 you would be invited for stage 3.
Stage 3 it’s where the tester plays the role of the beginner driver in phase one and a more advanced driver in phase 2.
Stage 3 delivery is all about the start middle and end of lesson planning.
Our job is the teach you how to deliver these lesson plans in a structured way so you pass all of the 16 core competencies.
We will give you a simple step-by-step guidance based on what the examiner is looking for in both phases.
So whether it’s stage one two or three “Become a Driving Instructor” has the most successful pass rates when it comes to ADI exams in Ireland.
You can check out our website https://drivinginstructor.ie or just click the link below for further details .
We are an approved and certified trading organisation with the Road Safety Authority qualified to train instructors nationwide!
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You can also contact us using the contact form. However, before you contact us please make sure you can meet the minimum requirements as set out by the RSA which state that you:
Must have held a driving licence for at least two years (with no more than 5 points overall or any bans) before you start training you must be able to pass a Garda Vetting check and have or be able to obtain a tax clearance certificate.
If you have any doubts about meeting these minimum requirements you can contact the RSA for further advice.