The aim in the advance training course is to improve your driving skills by helping you develop observational skills that will enable you to anticipate hazards in advance. Having this knowledge will boost driving confidence and will make you a safer driver in the long run.
Being a member of the Driving Instructors Association and also Diamond Advanced Motorist Trainer. I keep up to date with new changes within the industry. I am commited to continuous professional development.
An eye sight test is required before we begin your training, you need to be able to read a new-style number plate from a distance of 26.5 metres or 27.5 metres for vehicles with an old style number plate.
The Diamond advanced test is ideal if you are a trainee instructor. Also if you are a PDIs looking to take a ‘mock test’ before taking the DVSA part 2 test which is limited to 3 attempts.
The Diamond advanced test is a 60 minutes test that covers a variety of roads and motorways and rural areas.
You will have to do:
To be awarded a pass you need to achieve no serious or dangerous faults, and you can not exceed 6 driver faults.