LEARNING TOOL FOR PDI AND ADI's
Learning Essentials Hub
Welcome to the Learning Resources Reference Hub (LRRH), where you can find useful
information to help you in preparation for your (ADI) part 3 examination
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We don't just provide on-road training, in addition we have created our online learning tool "hub" to assist you with your ADI preparation and training to help you every step of the way to helping you become confident, given you a better understanding of the ADI requirements and processes within the exam content.
The course syllabus was carefully designed and put together to assist those requiring further information on the A.D.I processes. The material within this page is frequently updated regularly to ensure all material is kept up to date, and align with the (DVSA) Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, National Standards for Driver and Rider Training course syllabus.
Specialist in A.D.I Training and Development
(ADI) Part 3 Rescue and Developmental Training
Applicable for those on their final attempt
Standards Check Training
Quality SC training with a reputable ORDIT trainer
(ADI) Part 1, 2 and 3 Training
Structured ORDIT Training and all Resources
Coaching and instructional training on all 3 parts
Resources to suit your every requirements
Know and Understand the SC1 Requirements
Lesson Planning and Goals
Risk Management and Job Sharing
Teaching and Learning Strategies
This section looks at goal setting, agreed goals and lesson preparation
Role 6 Unit 2 – Design learning programmes
Unit 6.2 – Design learning programmes
Unit 6.3 – Enable safe and responsible driving/riding Element 6.3.3 – Coach
This section looks at
Role 6 Unit 4 – Management risk to instructor, learner and third parties.
This section is about actively managing risk that can arise during driver or rider training
6.4.1 - Manage the risk in an on-road environment
Managing the risk of violence within the learning environment.
This section looks at different coaching styles, techniques and demonstrations.
Role 6 Unit 3 – Enable safe and responsible driving/riding
Unit 6.3 – Enable safe and responsible driving/riding
You demonstrate that you have a good understanding following your exams.
Download the National Standards for Driver and Rider Training.
The 4 Lesson Planning Principles
1. KNOW YOUR PUPIL 2. UNDERSTAND THEIR ABILITIES 3. CONSIDER WHAT NEEDS TO BE ACHEIVED 4. HOW WILL IT BE ACHEIVED
"Think of this as a journey" !
Did the trainer identify the pupils goals and needs
This section of the learning hub explores lesson goals and needs of the pupil
WHO AM I TEACHING
Understanding what your students strengths and development points are, are key to who you are teaching thus can be crucial to a client lead approach to training.
WHAT AM I TEACHING
Your teaching will be based on any prior agreement of any objectives set from a previous session, unless this student is new, it would be good to ask questions to check understanding, or an assessment drive could be considered.
HOW WILL I TEACH IT
You will agree and set goals to help your student in the best way way they wish to learn in a client led fashion. Keeping in mind specific requirements and level of experience and understanding.
DO THEY UNDERSTAND
Pitch then level of instruction to the students understanding ensuring they are able to feel comfortable with questions to check understanding, and deal with different situations that aren't out of their comfort zone.
What do you want to achieve
Where are you now
What could you do
What will you do
route suitable for the students ability?
Does this route meet the needs of your pupil
Have you considered places to pull up
Does this route increase and enhance pupils ability to deal with complex situation within reach
Does this route meet the lesson goals
This section explores behaviours in the route planning.
The Teaching Experience
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
We have the know-how you need.