Below, we list the 3 steps to the Legal Process of becoming a Driving Instructor:
To become a Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) in the UK, you must:
Next, you must obtain a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) Disclosure Number.
You can complete the application online by clicking here: online and register. You will need an email address and will be asked to create a password.
Or you can apply for this by calling GBOnline on 0845 251 5000 and complete the application form they send you in the post.
You will then need the following information:
The application can take anything from 2- 6 weeks.
TMG will write to you enclosing your Disclosure Certificate which includes the Disclosure Number.
Once you have received your Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) Disclosure Number, you can now register as a PDI (Potential Driving Instructor) and receive your Personal Reference Number (PRN) needed to book your tests.
To apply by post, complete your ADI3 (click here) and return to DVSA address on form.
Or to apply online, click here: ONLINE.
You will need the following information to complete your application:
The DVSA will write to you to confirm your registration and PRN.
The process can take approx 4-6 weeks. We would advise starting your studies ASAP and prepare for Part 1 whilst this process is being completed.
You now have your DVSA PRN (personal reference number). You may now book your 1st test when ready.
If you have any questions about any part of the process, please do not hesitate to call us on:
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