Your ability on improving the pupil’s skills and understanding is assessed. The ADI’s task is to provide an effective learning experience for their pupil. An effective learning experience is judged to be one in which the pupil is supported to take as much responsibility as possible for their learning process.
17 boxes need to get 31 averaging about 2/box. min 8 in risk.
You’ll be marked on 3 main areas:
- Planning a lesson
- Risk management
- Your teaching and learning skill set
These 3 core areas are split into 17 further areas of proficiency – a score of 0 to 3 for each.
0 – Completely unacceptable
1 – Not acceptable – more work/effort needed
2 – Acceptable – some areas of improvement identified
3 – Keep up the good work
You must score at least 31 to pass.
You’ll automatically fail if:
- you get 7 or less for risk management
- the lesson is stopped by the examiner
If an instructor receives a fail grade they will be given another standards check within 12 weeks to allow them to show that their level of tuition has improved and that they meet the standards. Until such a time as you undergo the new Standards Check, your current grading is still valid and will remain in place. Instructors who fail 3 times in a row may be removed from the register.