Sometimes things just don't go to plan and we don't pass our tests first time or even second time around.  You'll hear it said, especially with the Part 3 exam, that it doesn't matter if you don't pass first time as the majority of people don't.  That's not the attitude to have when you are paying good money for high quality training.  If you are a suitable candidate for driving instructor training, it is not beyond your abilities to be successful.

There are numerous reasons for failing, nerves, poor preparation, poor standard of training provided or lack of commitment.  If you are struggling either as a PDI or as an ADI with a Standards Check Test we can help.  Remember that any face to face training that you take should be backed up by your own efforts.  Just as an example if you take a 2 hour training session, I would expect you to be preparing for that with 5 to 10 hours of personal research and preparation.  Instructor Training is very expensive, but there is so much that you can do for yourself it requires a lot of hard work but it's exactly the same attitude that you should be carrying over into your professional life as an ADI.