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AIM Instructor Training abides by the Official Register of Driving Instructor Training (ORDIT) code of practice administered by DSA.

We have been successfully training driving instructors since 1995 and ADI Trainers since 2002.

We passed our last DSA inspection of ADI training ability in April 2007. ORDIT is a voluntary scheme regulated by the driving instruction industry.

AIM Instructor Training comprises of 4 experienced ADI Trainers (Phil Hirst, Carl Jones, Geoff Harrison and Anne Hirst). They are all experienced ADIs who every two years pass a very tough DSA examination of their training ability (ORDIT).

If you would like to know more or have any questions contact Phil Hirst on 01423 500446

Phil Hirst MCIPD has spent over 30 years in team and individual training and development. He has been an ADI since 1993 and has been successfully training driving instructors since 1995. With a 95% pass rate you can rely on being thoroughly prepared for your ADI tests and know you have the best opportunity of passing each stage.

Many qualified ADIs (over 100) have completed Phils ADI Trainer Course in order to teach their own instructors and grow their driving schools.

Phil Hirst holds the following qualifications:

Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Diploma in Driving Instruction
Further and Adult Education Teacher
Specialist ADI Part 3 Trainer
Member of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and the Driving Instructor’s Association
Qualified ADI (Grade 6 – Highest Grade)
Principal Trainer on the ORDIT Register of ADI Trainers

He has also passed the RoSPA (gold), IAM and DIA advanced driving tests.

Phil is a feature writer for DIAs Driving Instructor magazine

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