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Filby Driver Training Pass Data I work hard to provide an excellent service to my clients and am more than happy to publish my pass rate data. 2017 to date 2012 - 2017 First time pass rate: 73% 73% (19/26) (95/130) Avg faults per test: 3.9 3.6 Avg no. hours per client: 44 36
Few are aware that driving instructors are graded by the DVSA, following a periodic assessment of a real lesson. In my most recent Standards Check, in February 2015, I achieved a score of 92% (47/51), which puts me in the top 29% of UK Approved Driving Instructors.
Every 3 to 5 years all Approved Driving Instructors have to be assessed by a Senior DVSA Examiner, to demonstrate their continued ability to remain on the Register of Instructors. The assessment takes place in a real lesson with a real pupil, and the Examiner looks at the quality of the lesson, taking into account a number of key criteria. The Instructor will be awarded a grade - A, B or Fail. The gradings look like this: Grade A - Score of 85% or more. “A high standard of competence” Grade B - Score of 60% or more. “A sufficient level of competence” Fail - Below 60%. “An insufficient level of instruction” At my last assessment in January 2015, I scored 47 out of a maximum of 51 points - Grade A. Here is the grading section of my test sheet:
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Every 3 to 5 years all Approved Driving Instructors have to be assessed by a Senior DVSA Examiner, to demonstrate their continued ability to remain on the Register of Instructors. The assessment takes place in a real lesson with a real pupil, and the Examiner looks at the quality of the lesson, taking into account a number of key criteria. The Instructor will be awarded a grade - A, B or Fail. The gradings look like this: Grade A - Score of 85% or more. “A high standard of competence” Grade B - Score of 60% or more. “A sufficient level of competence” Fail - Below 60%. “An insufficient level of instruction” At my last assessment in January 2015, I scored 47 out of a maximum of 51 points - Grade A. Here is the grading section of my test sheet:
Instructor Grades
The Sky’s The Limit
Copyright Filby Driver Training 2018
Filby Driver Training Pass Data I work hard to provide an excellent service to my clients and I am more than happy to publish my pass rate data. 2017 2012 - 2017 First time pass rate: 73% 73% (19/26) (95/130) Avg faults per test: 3.9 3.6 Avg no. hours per client: 44 36 Be clear on pass rate data. Understand the fact from the fiction. Click the link.
Few are aware that driving instructors are graded by the DVSA, following a periodic assessment of a real lesson. In my most recent Standards Check, in February 2015, I achieved a score of 92% (47/51), which puts me in the top 29% of UK Approved Driving Instructors.
Instructor Grades