The approved driving instructor (ADI) standards check replaced the ADI check test on 7 April 2014.
The ADI standards check assesses your ability to teach pupils.
You have to take at least one ADI standards check during each 4-year period that you’re registered as an ADI.
You have to take a standards check even if you don’t have a car or aren’t working as an ADI.
You can only take standards checks in English or Welsh.
When to take your standards check
You’ll get a letter from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency asking you to go for your standards check. It will say when and where to go.
There is no additional fee for a standards check.
You can be removed from the ADI register if you keep missing your standards check.
There are different rules for taking a standards check in Northern Ireland.