Instructor Training & Publications is a DVSA ORDIT Organisation
O R D I T T R A I N I N G
This course will prepare you to teach others to become ADIs, and will also enable you to confidently take the ORDIT inspection, on which your training skills will be assessed and it will be determined whether you should be admitted onto the ORDIT Register.
The course has been adapted to take into account the change to the ORDIT Register as from April 2019, since when only Grade A ADIs are allowed on to the Register. In addition, on each subsequent four-yearly assessment they must retain the Grade A.
This course comprises 10 modules, each lasting one day of five hours each. The ten modules follow the Standards Check framework and this ensures that all skill sets are covered.
Emphasis will be placed on coaching, and the key headings of Lesson Planning, Risk Management and Teaching & Learning Strategies.
The minimum period is one module, which is five hours: 09h00 – 15h00 with an hour’s break for lunch. You can complete the course in an ad hoc manner, taking a day here or there, or a structured course of 10 modules which follows a ‘real life’ pattern of teaching.
The ten module course is usually taken as one or two modules per week or fortnight, spread over several months.
The cost of this course is £395 + VAT at current rate, per module. If all ten modules are paid for as one payment, there will be a 20% discount.
NEED TO KNOW:
The ORDIT inspection will take place at your local DTC and lasts for around 1.5 hours during which time the examiner will observe you training a client. This can be done with you playing the part of learner, with your client ‘training’ you, or you can sit in the back and coach your PDI in the front passenger seat teaching a ‘real’ learner driver in the driving seat.
ADI development for the Standards Check can also be used as a basis on which your coaching can be assessed. You will be assessed under the following headings: Lesson Planning, Risk Management and Teaching & Learning Strategies
You will be successful if the Inspector deems that your performance is to a satisfactory standard in all the above areas, and you score a minimum of 8/15 in the Risk Management section, and an overall score of 43/51 – Grade A standard.
The inspection fee of £151.20 is payable by the ADI to DVSA. The ADI will then be contacted by the inspector to arrange a mutually convenient date and time for the inspection.
NOTE: If you buy two or more training days together you will receive a discount.
TO BOOK: Please visit the contact page and leave your details. We’ll then be in touch to discuss the options that best suit your needs.
Reviews of ORDIT Training:
“…Just calling to say I passed my ORDIT Inspection today… Yay!! Thank you so much for all your help… ”
Clare, ADI ORDIT Trainer
“…Passed with all elements satisfactory… the examiner said if there was an ‘Excellent’ box he would have ticked that as well… Thanks Big Time… really appreciated all the backing and support you gave me… ”
Costas, ADI ORDIT Trainer
“…I passed my ORDIT inspection today, first time – it’s a great feeling and thank you for all your help… the work we did on the fault analysis was extremely helpful and I liked the way the course was structured with the 10 modules which ensured I have the knowledge in depth required to train others… ”
Warren, ADI ORDIT Trainer
“…Everything you’d explained made the test straightforward… therefore nothing came as a surprise and it was exactly as planned… I’ve never felt as ready for a test and I really enjoyed it… ”
Andy, ADI ORDIT Trainer
“…I liked the way all the elements of training were structured and fitted in… I feel ready now – and confident – to go out and train anyone to become an instructor… “
Deborah, ADI ORDIT Trainer
“…Here’s the report form of one of my trainees who scored a 51/51 on the first attempt at his Part 3… he was my first ‘start to finish’ trainee… you made all the difference in my training… Thank you again!”
Toby, ADI ORDIT Trainer