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.