Big companies who spend large amounts on TV advertising, head offices and other overheads are not always ORDIT registered and charge over-the-top fees. ORDIT (Official Register of Driving Instructor Training) is a scheme where a trainer’s premises, business contracts, training material and (most important) training skills are assessed by a DSA Assistant Chief Examiner to ensure high standards are met. So, when choosing an ADI trainer look for the ORDIT accreditation.
The smaller organisation with lower overheads will give much better value for money and will turn out good ADI’s NOT just sell a training course.
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