Have a look at what we can offer to prepare you for the  Official Register of Driving Instructor Trainers (ORDIT) inspection.

This will enable you to be prepared for the big day and achieve that Grade ‘A’, to be at the top of the tree and your game!!!

KWIK PASS Driver Training

Our ORDIT Training Designed Just for You

KWIK PASS is a reputable training establishment who is authorised by DVSA to deliver training.  For those looking to take their career to the next level by committing to KWIK PASS Official Register of Driving Instructor Training (ORDIT) training course, equally to add to your portfolio of CPD (Continuing Professional Development). See more for details on what’s involved……. 

Our trainers are Grade A achieving the highest grade possible.  KWIK PASS are serious about achieving the highest possible standards in driver training and have helped many people pass the ORDIT inspection.  We are able to motivate and coach you to pass the ORDIT inspection.

KWIK PASS continually stays up-to-date with the changes happening within the industry. You can be sure we only train you the most up-to-date training methods.

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Developing yourselves to become that top 'trainer'

What's Involved in becoming ORDIT | Train the Trainer Course

Training requires attention to detail, here at KWIK PASS – we give you just that!!!

Having already been an ADI you will already have come from a teaching/client centred background which of these qualities are demonstrated on a Standards Check and are transferable to becoming part of the ORDIT scheme. ORDIT training can be very rewarding with great job satisfaction and hours to suit.

You will need patience and knowledge of the ADI qualifying examinations, equally you will have a clear understanding of the ORDIT code of practice and terms, with the desire to helping others achieve their potential dream as an approved driving instructor.   

You will need to have achieved a grade ‘A’ on the most recent Standards Check to join ORDIT, instead of being an ADI for 12 months. All ORDIT instructors will need to offer developmental instructional training.

What the ORDIT inspection involves

The inspection lasts up to 1 hour and 30 minutes.  This includes, a short time with the examiner who will ask you about your trainee you’ve brought with you on the day. Around 1 hour where you deliver a training session to your trainee. Around 15 minutes at the end where your examiner will give you feedback and issue the result.

ORDIT Course for Potential Trainers

As a driver training provider, we understand that managing you’re time unwisely can be a loss of potential earnings and time wasted.  Having said that, time can be wisely invested in the right places training for a qualification that could earn you better rewards.

KWIK PASS offer “Intensive ORDIT Training Course” for those that time is just as important for them, with this in mind it would be a 6 hour course.

What’s included:

  • Introduction to the ORDIT process
  • Understanding the scheme and benefits
  • Ensuring compliance of terms and conditions
  • Having necessary policies and procedures in place
  • Training plans/goals
  • Understanding different learning styles/needs inclusive of training themes
  • ORDIT inspection sheet (17 competencies) 
  • 1:1 in-car training
  • Client centred/instructional/training methods

How you’ll be assessed:

  • Mock test simulation
  • Review and feedback 
  • Fluent understanding
  • Finalising trainer action documentation 

This is not all, you will transfer this information in a client centered approach to your trainees to understand the different styles in which people may learn or understand, including sound knowledge of the National Standards for Drivers and Riders.

For more information on requirements, please click this link. To find out more information on our exclusive ORDIT training course –please contact us on the details provided on this website.

Book a session with one of the best Experts !!!

Our trainer has many years of experience and knowledge as a former DVSA ADI Enforcement Manager (ADI SE) also…..

  • Area Operations Manager,
  • ADI Transition Team Manager,
  • Timing Study Lead Manager,
  • Driver Training Assessment Manager,
  • Sector Manager,
  • Supervising Examiner (SE ADI)
  • ADI Enforcement Manager to name a few roles…..

Many of you will know him from stakeholder meetings that he attended across the country or when taking you on the qualification Part 2/3 tests, old style check test or the Standards Check, he attended many meetings to make stakeholders aware of the big changes such as the car, SC, ADI test and ORDIT changes to name a few…..

He has conducted hundreds of ORDIT inspections or supervised the inspections whilst the ADI supervising examiner was conducting the test and accompanying it for quality control purposes to ensure the examiner was meeting the standards set by DVSA.

Get Booked in Today !!!

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