Streetwise ADI Driving Instructor Training in London

Streetwise ADI driving instructor training has been established for over 30 years and has converted many potential driving instructors into fully qualified instructors over the last 15 years.

During this period, our reputation and team grew, and we now have over 25 male and female instructors teaching manual and automatic teaching in areas around London.

We have carefully, through constant updates from the DVSA, developed a unique, tried, and tested teaching technique of teaching how to teach that ensures each candidate has an excellent chance of passing all three parts of the course the first time.

We are so confident in our teaching abilities that if you do not pass the Part 2 or Part 3 test the first time, then the next test is FREE!*

How many establishments can offer that?

*Full payment course ONLY

See our terms and conditions for more information.

We have extended our teaching techniques to the new Standards Check Test (SCT).

We have also helped potential driving instructors from other substandard establishments pass the tests even if they held pink trainee licenses.


Streetwise Driving School is a family-run business established for over 35 years and operates within the North West and West areas of London.

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The complete course consists of three stages, with a qualifying examination at the end of each stage. Part 1 Theory, Part 2 Driving Ability, Part 3 Instruction ability

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ORDIT trainers are checked regularly to ensure that their training is still suitable and provides a good standard of quality driving instructor training.

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How To Choose The Correct ADI Driving Instructor Training Establishment

Is cheap ADI driving instructor training worth it? You could pay more in the long run or lose everything you paid. You only get three attempts at the part 2 and part 3 tests. If you fail either part three times, it’s over for two years.

Years of experience have shown us that potential instructors who opted for cheaper training were faced with unreliable, late-arriving trainers, trainers who did not keep a log of the training or subjects covered, trainers who did not fully cover the subject and certainly did not cover the core competency of any of the subjects, and many who did not even have the all-important correct, updated training information. These trainers are not ORDIT registered.

The DVSA administers the voluntary (ORDIT) Official Register of Driving Instructor Training.

We are ORDIT-registered

Many organisations offer training to become a driving instructor, but no statutory scheme governs the training of driving instructors.

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