Grade A Driving Instructor
Mike was awarded Grade A in 2014.
How are ADI’s graded?
Driving Instructors must take regular assessments, known as a standards check. During a standards check the driving instructor must demonstarte a driving lesson for the Senior Examiner employed by the DVSA. Standards Checks are used to maintain the quality of driving instruction. At the end of the standards check test, the driving instructor is graded according to their ability.
The standards check is scored out of 51, and the instructors grade will depend on their score.
What do the Grades mean?
Grade A – Scoring between 43 and 51 – The driving instructor has shown a high standard of instruction
Grade B – Scoring between 31 and 42 – The driving instructor has shown a good standard of instruction
Grade F – Scoring between 0 and 41 – The driving instructor has shown a poor standard of instruction and must retake the standards check