M50 Driving School are registered and approved to deliver the Road Safety Authority (RSA) Train the Trainer programme.
How Long does it take?The course is broken down into 3 modules. Once you have been Garda Vetted and approved (This could take 3 months) you can start the programme. This course is normally delivered in stages. Each module is delivered to prepare you for each Stage of the ADI process. 1. Module One (2 days) Theory
2. Module Two (3 days) Driving Skills
3. Module Three (7 days) Instruction
What does it involve?Each Module will be conducted in sequence to allow a student to prepare fully for each stage of the ADI process. This programme will cover almost everything you need to know to become an ADI. You will be required to do a lot of reading on a variety of related subjects. Another challenge is to learn to control your vehicle and displaying that you understand slow speed control, emergency braking, avoiding an obstacle and other skills. The final part of this programme will focus on your Instructing skills. How you manage to get your knowledge across to your student. Can you identify what skills or area of the students vehicle control, Planning or Observations need to be addressed. What training tools should you use to help your student understand..
Need to know more?If you would like to discuss in more detail if this course is for you then please call our office and we will chat. Note: You must first be Garda Vetted and approved before you can start this course / programme. The vetting process can take up to 3 months.
There are other courses available out there but this course was developed by the Road Safety Authority. They suggest that this programme should be delivered over 12 training days. Considering they are the people who will be testing you it’s best to follow their guidelines.