Driving Instructor Teaching Aid

Just a quick note to say how impressed I am with the 'Driving Instructor Teaching Aid' It's SO simple to follow and makes life so much easier for the pupil to understand. There are lots on the market but yours is definitely the best one I have seen.

Visuals & Lesson Plans (Driving Instructor Teaching Aid)


  • A4, clear, easy to understand, full colour visuals
  • Split into simple modules for easy pupil progress
  • Designed for Driving Instructors and Trainees
  • Future proofed for the Part 3 changes
  • Future proofed for the Driving Test changes
  • Designed to get real pupils to test standard
  • Extra ADI visuals; Reference Points, Eco driving etc.
  • Simple, structured key lesson points
  • Simple text on the visuals to help jog the memory
  • Tabs for quick access to each module
  • Sturdy Pages with tough, semi-flexible cover

Teaching Aid plus Phase 2 Q&A

Instructor Teaching Aid & Phase 2 Q&A Manual


Instructor Teaching Aid plus Phase 2 Q&A Manual

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Our lesson plans and visuals come as part of the Driving Instructor Teaching Aid presenter.

We have worked hard to keep them clear and concise, using feedback from learners, PDI traineees, ADIs, Instructor Trainers, and even DVSA Examiners.

The Driving Instructor Teaching Aid lesson presenter contains everything needed to help instructors get pupils to test standard. It's perfect for the PDI on the Part 3 training & test, because once qualified, it can be used to teach real learners.

The A4 visuals have key point hints ('MSM' - 'Safe, Convenient and Legal' etc.) to help briefings flow. They contain memorable sayings such as 'Less Space - Less Pace'. These help pupils, remember your lesson and add something extra to it.

The Key Point Lesson Notes have been laid out in a way that requires just a quick glance to take in the information - great for PDIs studying Part 3.

The book is split into 4 modules, which are tabbed and easy to find. The different modules cover lessons subjects in the order that a learner would normally progress.

The teaching aid comes in a tough, plastic, semi-flexible A4 cover which is easy to open and display to your pupils (can be folded to display visuals only).