Driving Instructors Birmingham
Do you want to pass your driving test in the Birmingham area as quickly and easily as possible? Then look no further, driving instructors Birmingham and get it right first time, with our door-to-door one-to-one driving lessons with our highly professional male and female driving instructors in Birmingham. Nervous pupils are always welcome we are patient, friendly and very helpful driving instructors. Not only do we offer expert driving lessons in Birmingham, We also offer theory test help and advice just ask one of our instructors. For the best tuition and high driving test pass rate call our driving Birmingham instructors today.
- Full hour Lessons ( not 50 minutes), 1½ hour and 2 hour lessons
- A competitive hourly rate local Birmingham instructors
- Crash Driving Courses / Intensive Driving courses / Semi Intensive Courses
- Male Driving Instructors Birmingham
- Female Driving Instructors Birmingham
- Theory Test Help Just Ask Our Instructor
- Hazard Perception training
- Refresher Lessons & Motorway Lessons
- Pass Plus in Birmingham
- Instructor check Test training
- Instructor training part 2 and 3
- Mock Driving tests in Birmingham
- Fast Pass Courses in Birmingham
- High First Time Pass Rate in Birmingham
Driving Instructors Birmingham what you need to know.
Choosing the right driving instructors Birmingham.
First of all and in my view the most important thing is your instructor fully qualified an ADI or a trainee driving instructor PDI?
Driving Instructor Grades
ADI grades. The (DSA) Driving Standards Agency Grade all driving instructor 4, 5 or 6 the highest standard is a grade 6, which approximately 6 per cent of ADIs will have attained. About 20 per cent of ADIs have a grade 5, which is also a very good standard, and grade 4 means that they’re competent.
- A grade 4 means – A competent.
- A grade 5 means – A good overall standard of instruction.
- A grade 6 means – Overall performance to a very high standard.
Trainee Driving Instructors ( pink badges) The Facts !
About one in seven driving instructors are PDIs trainee driving instructors in a government survey ten years ago showing that learners taught by trainees were 25% more likely to fail their driving test. Around 75,000 learner drivers are being unwittingly taught by someone still not fully qualified, resulting in an extra 27,000 failed tests. That costs £1.7 million in further Driving Lesson fees. Trainees hold “pink” licenses, which mean they can teach under no supervision and charge normal fees. ( Did your driving school inform you that your instructor was a Trainee driving instructor pdi ?)
There are also concerns that learners getting lessons could pay full price but end up with a trainee, not a fully qualified instructor. The chances of you passing your test with a trainee are lower and you could end up spending far more money..
The DSA website states that Nine out of Ten learners who passed the practical driving test on their first attempt were taught by an ADI.