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ADIT offers PDIs the opportunity to work under a trainee licence in order to gain full qualification as an ADI. Trainee Licence enquiries.
Before a potential driving instructor (PDI) can start teaching pupils, they must first apply and pay for a trainee licence from the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
A trainee licence enables a potential driving instructor (PDI) to:
A trainee licence is valid for 6 months from the date of issue. In some cases it's possible to reapply for a second trainee licence, although in order to receive it, the PDI will need to provide a good reason why they require it.
To be eligble for a licence, potential driving instructors must:
Once the potential driving instructor satisfies the requirements above, they have the choice of 2 training options:
During the 6 months when the trainee licence is valid, a potential driving instructor (PDI) is allowed to give lessons to paying pupils through the sponsoring driving school.
The PDI must display the pink trainee licence in their car whilst giving lessons, and must not advertise themselves as fully qualified or as an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI).
Please contact ADIT, Southall with your Trainee Licence enquiries