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A D I   P A R T  1

This course will prepare you for the ADI Part 1, which is the theory element of the ADI exam. This  includes the multiple choice questions and Hazard Perception Test.

This course comprises 10 coaching sessions delivered remotely by phone, and attendance at the Training Establishment is not required. Each session will be 30 minutes, during which the questions and answers will be discussed. You will then be given the appropriate advice and guidance to help you.

For the course you will be supplied with a set of ten audio CDs [value £135] which contain c1000 revision questions to help you prepare. A Hazard Perception coaching session of two hours is also included. This element of training will require attendance at the Training Establishment. This can be blended with attendance for ADI Part 2 training.

Usually spread over 8 weeks, but can be tailored to suit the client’s commitments.
Consider taking ADI Part 2 training at the same time to accelerate learning and to progress you through the system more quickly.

The cost of this course is £495 + VAT at current rate. Day courses are also available at £365 + VAT per day.

The ADI Part 1 test lasts for 1 hour 45 minutes and includes two parts: a multiple choice question test where the pass mark is 85% and you must score at least 20 out of 25 in each of four bands. There is also a Hazard Perception test and the pass mark is 57 out of a maximum of 75.
Clients will be responsible for their own test fee, payable to DVSA. The current test fee at time of writing is £83 reducing to £81 in October 2015.

NOTE: If you buy two or three parts of the training together you will receive a 10% and 20% discount respectively.


“…Passed! My score was 99/100 for the questions and 70/75 for the HPT… your techniques really worked… I scored more than I thought I would… Thank you!”
Roz,  PDI

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