DRIVER RECRUITMENT - APPLY to become a Driving Instructor with easyDrive
- Want to be your own boss as a Driving instructor?
- Want to choose your own working hours?
- Do you want to meet new people each day and work in a comfortable environment?
- Do you want to earn up to €50,000 per annum?
- Do you want to be trained by a qualified trainer?
- Do you want one to one tuition?
If YES to all of the above then apply for our DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE Dublin and you can escape the mundane existence of a 9 to 5 office or factory based job! At amber driver we are 100% committed to getting you FULLY QUALIFIED A.S.A.P.
We offer both full and Part-time driver training courses helping you qualify .We give you expert training and then your on the road towards your new career in Driving Instruction. We have a specialist course that is flexible and may be structured according to your own needs.
If you are employed during normal working hours, you may wish to take time in the evening or weekends for your driving instructor's course. We can therefore arrange times to suit you.
Let guide you through the qualification process to become a driving instructor in a THREE EASY STEPS....Click below and read more....
- easyDrive Driving School Instructor training Phase 1 Theoretical
- easyDrive Driving School Instructor training Phase 2 Driving Ability
- easyDrive Driving School Instructor training Phase 3 Instructional Ability
easyDrive Driving School Instructor training phase 1 Theoretical
In Phase 1 we will teach you about the theory and hazard perception elements of the course. You'll be helped to get to grips with these subjects by our advanced learning materials and an easyDrive Driving School trainer.
You'll be given an introduction to all the things you're likely to cover in the entire course. We also provide all the training materials that you need including CD-ROM-based learning aids. The learning materials include mock tests and other exercises to prepare you for the Part 1 exam, so that there are no surprises on the day.
Phase 1 Exam - Theoretical
Your first exam is a multiple-choice theory test. It contains one hundred questions on:
- Rules of the road
- Road safety precepts and practice
- RSA adi scheme
- Handling techniques, correct road procedures
- Venerable road users
- Pedagogical techniques and assessment of pupils
- Dealing with pupils with language difficulties
- Dealing with pupils with physical disabilities
- Interpersonal skills
You need to gain an overall pass mark, answering 85 of 100 questions correctly. To be an instructor you will be expected to achieve a much higher standard!
easyDrive Driving School Instructor training phase 2 Driving Ability
Phase 2 concentrates on developing your driving skill ensuring you meet the high standards required to be a driving instructor. This part starts off with an introductory course to outline what you can expect to cover in this part of your training. This will be under full exam conditions.
Phase 2 Exam - Driving ability exam
- Technical checks
- Secondary controls
- Instructional routines
- Correct Vehicle control
- Correct Signals & hand signals
- Emerging at junctions to the left/right
- Effective observation & right of way
- Hazard perception
- Driving test Q&A.
- Rules of the road.
- Correct lane position.
- Anticipation & clearance & crossing the path of oncoming vehicles.
- Progress & Traffic controls.
- Intersections & Roundabouts.
- Emergency stop
- Reversing into a junction.
- Remedial tuition on any difficulties on all of the above
- Advanced driving test to establish level of competence.
- Learning the driving test sheet with marking and grading system.
We will be covering all types of road and traffic conditions. You'll need to perform a series of different manoeuvres and also complete a series of safety questions. During the drive you'll be expected to demonstrate a high degree of technical skill, anticipation and awareness.
When you pass you'll progress straight onto training for Phase 3
easyDrive Driving School Instructor training - Phase 3 Instructional Ability
This is the final part of the course. To prepare you for your exam, you'll take a mock test under full exam conditions, so it's as much like the real thing as possible. You have shown you are a very good driver. Now you'll need to show you can Instruct. We will focus on developing your ability to teach a learner. we'll make sure you're well prepared for taking out a learner driver. We'll take you through everything you'll need to know to pass the Part 3 exam. You will also be taught how to use the dual controls effectively to control the car and keep it safe, while allowing your students to find their feet.
Phase 3 Exam - Instructional Ability
The final exam is a one-hour practical test, which examines your instructional ability and technique. You'll be asked to teach learners of varying levels of competence in two role playing exercises. For the first of these exercises; an assessor will play the role of a learner with no experience. For the second, the assessor will play the role of an intermediate driver, and you will be required to correct his/her errors. These role playing exercises are designed to test your presentation, your range of instructional techniques and your ability to assess a learner driver's skills and weaknesses correctly.
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The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is the regulatory body for driving instruction in Ireland. Driving instructors who meet the standard set by the RSA will become Approved Driving Instructors (ADI). An ADI Registrar based in the RSA heads up the unit responsible for the registration process. The ADI Registrar will set up a Stakeholders Forum to give a chance to those involved in driving instruction to have their say. See below for contact details.