Driving Instructor Training Dublin

Become An Qualified Driving Instructor With The Leading Driving Coaches In In Gear Driving School.

From Submitting Your RSA Forms To Delivering Expert Driving Lessons We Give You Unparalleled Support You Need.

How  It  Works…

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1. Speak With Us

Get in touch with our ADI training team to discuss your instructor options.

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2. Begin Your Training

We will match you with your local In Gear ADI instructor.

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3. Start Your Journey

You are on your way to becoming a fully qualified driving instructor.

How Long Will It Take To Become A Driving Instructor?

Regardless of who you choose to train with, the time it takes to qualify as a driving instructor is subject to the RSA’s examination schedules.
There are three parts to the ADI examination, a theory test, a driving test and a practical test of your ability to instruct.

Stage 1: Pass The ADI Theory.

The ADI theory test is made up of 100 multiple choice questions; you must answer 85% of the questions correctly in order to pass the ADI theory test.

Having completed and submitted your application forms, you will be asked to meet with one of our trainers to discuss your stage 2 and 3 training.

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Stage 2: Pass The ADI Driving Test

The Stage 2 ADI driving test closely resembles the current car-driving test for learners in format and content. However the duration of the test is longer to allow you to undertake all the set manoeuvres and you are expected to perform to a higher standard.

Stage 3: ADI Instructional Ability Test

The Stage 3 test requires you to give two half-hour driving lessons on subjects chosen by the examiner. The examiner plays the role of a pupil and whilst in that role he or she tests your ability as an instructor by asking questions and making mistakes.
In particular, the examiner will expect you to explain what you hope to achieve on the lesson (based on the situation outlined by the examiner before you start), give a briefing where required about the driving task you are about to teach, provide appropriate verbal support whilst on the move to aid the learning process and to identify and deal with any driving faults that might occur. Your performance for each lesson will be graded.

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95% Pass Rate

  • Male & female instructors available

  • Manual & Automatic

  • Free door to door service

  • EDT & Pre-test specialists

  • Free EDT logbook

  • No car sharing

  • Block booking discounts

Testimonials

“I passed my test back in May and Paul is amazing, he had great patience and gave me exactly what I needed as I had passed 7 years before with an automatic. Thanks a mil Paul – I couldn’t be happier”.

TaraWatson Lawless

“I would highly recommend Ingear driving school, I had Paul for my lessons without him I don’t think would of passed my test, he got me to a high level of driving from what I was at the start, he is the best instructor around without a doubt he will get you passed. Thank you Paul”.

Martin Collins

“I would highly recommend IN Gear as I have no doubt that they played a critical role in successfully gaining my driver’s licence. I found the IN Gear driving instructors to be very professional and knowledgeable and they supplied me with very useful tips. With IN Gear you are in safe hands and they have a phenomenal pass rate!”.

Justyna Horodyska

“Just passed my test in Finglas on first try thanks to Paul,he is great instructor,highly recommend:.

Dainis

“I passed my test first time today with Paul. Can’t thank him enough for his guidance, all his stories and jokes make each lesson not only enjoyable but relevant to safe driving. He genuinely cares about each student and his passion for what he does is clear from the very first lesson to the very last. I would highly recommend anyone looking to book lessons to book with Paul”.

Ashley Hamilton

“I done my 12 lessons with Paul i didnt know the first thing about driving a car, from the moment i got in the car my nerves were gone as Paul was so great and made me feel so at ease. I did 2 more lessons with Paul just before my full test and because of him i passed First time !! I would really highly reccommend Paul as he is just great at what he does. I couldnt have done it without all his help”.

Rachael

“When I first got into the car with Paul he promised me that with hard work and practice I would get my full licence. Without Paul I really don’t feel like I would have passed on my first try today but I did, if your looking for a driving instructer please look no further as he’s the best there is. I would recommend him to anyone that wants to learn how to drive and pass their test”.

Mark Manning

“I gave up driving about 3 years ago and didn’t think I’d ever pass my test, but when I started lessons with Paul a few months ago he motivated me enough to want to sit my test and pass. Last week I passed first time and it’s all down to Paul, he’s a fantastic instructor who is very patient and has a keen eye for bad habits. I’d recommend any to learn to drive with Paul, he’s an exceptional instructor”.

Glenn Keran

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In Gear Driving School provides attention to detail in instruction and is well above standard and has been teaching pupils in Dublin for the past 15 years.

We guarantee excellence, above and beyond all other driving schools in Dublin. Contact us for any enquiries or questions you may have regarding our services.

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