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#1 Thursday 11th August 2011 20:48:18

mdf0075
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DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Hello,

sorry but i cant find the fee the dsa charge to enter the register does any one know how much they want?

Ps i have not posted that many time but have used this site to help with my part 2 - part 3 training an would like to thank everyone for all your post.

Past today PST 2 with a 5-5 and still smiling lol

Many thx Michael


part 1 - 98/54
part 1 - 98/62
part 2 - 4 minors
part 3 - pst2 5-5
check test -?

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#2 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:07:58

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

The fee is £300 to enter and is on the fee site.

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#3 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:10:45

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Entry to ADI Register £300.00

You can find details of all ADI Test & Licence Fees at Business Link: Registration and test fees for Approved Driving Instructors


It's too bad that stupidity isn't painful...

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#4 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:11:52

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

That is the ADI fees not the driving test fees, a PDI is £140 full ADI is £300 which lasts for 4 years

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#5 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:12:35

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

ADI part one - theory test £90.00
ADI part two - driving ability £111.00
ADI part three - instructional ability £111.00

Fees for ADI registration and trainee licences

   
ADI Theory Test question book £6.00
Entry to the ADI register £300.00
Licence to give instruction (trainee licence) £140.00
Extension of registration or re-registration £300.00
Replacement of lost licence £3.00

Driving Standards Agency (DSA) Special Test fees

DSA Approved Driving Instructors £144.00
DSA registered Motorcycle Instructors £163.00

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#6 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:17:10

mdf0075
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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Thx for your help, do you know how long it takes to be processed? ive got 7 weeks left on pink so is best to wait or just send off asap?

Thx again


part 1 - 98/54
part 1 - 98/62
part 2 - 4 minors
part 3 - pst2 5-5
check test -?

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#7 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:39:27

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Once you have passed part 3 (you have 12 months to send it off ) the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off.

My ADI BADGE cambe back within 2 weeks.

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#8 Thursday 11th August 2011 21:41:06

Barry500
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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Part 2 pass to book part 3 depends on the test centre you want to take it a, I could have taken my part 3 a week later but waited 3 weeks and passed both first time.

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#9 Friday 12th August 2011 07:26:39

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Thx for your help, do you know how long it takes to be processed? ive got 7 weeks left on pink so is best to wait or just send off asap?

Thx again
[quote author=Barry500 link=topic=41956.msg310878#msg310878 date=1313098767]
Once you have passed part 3 (you have 12 months to send it off ) the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off.

My ADI BADGE cambe back within 2 weeks.

Mine came within a week. So your best allowing about 2 weeks for it to come. Like a normal Driving test you do have 12 months to apply BUT you cant instruct for reward after your pink runs out untill you get your green as i'm sure you know.
Well done on passing part 3 what are your plans now?

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#10 Monday 15th August 2011 19:05:07

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

I have been on a pink, working for a local school in thurrock. So i will continue with them. Now all i have to worry about is my first check test lol.

I have been told it should b 9 months, but is there a min/max time i can wait and is it best to take a real pupil over roll play?


part 1 - 98/54
part 1 - 98/62
part 2 - 4 minors
part 3 - pst2 5-5
check test -?

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#11 Monday 15th August 2011 19:56:01

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

No theres no min or max as far as i know. Sometimes it can be just 2 or 3 months after you pass part 3 sometimes they seem to forget all about you and its 2 years or more. Its supose to be inside the first 12 months with the first 1 just being an educational but you will get graded if you get a 4 or over. If its over 12 months you will be graded no educational. Real pupil for me every time but other ADIs prefer the role play.

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#12 Tuesday 16th August 2011 18:31:45

mdf0075
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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Thx Martin,

So all i have to do is watch the post box lol, i think i will go real pupil but who knows what (fingers crossed) 2 years will bring!!!!!!!!!


part 1 - 98/54
part 1 - 98/62
part 2 - 4 minors
part 3 - pst2 5-5
check test -?

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#13 Sunday 11th September 2011 19:20:18

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Once you have passed part 3 (you have 12 months to send it off ) the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off.

Two years - Link

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#14 Sunday 11th September 2011 19:24:21

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

[quote author=Barry500 link=topic=41956.msg310878#msg310878 date=1313098767]
Once you have passed part 3 (you have 12 months to send it off ) the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off.

Two years - Link

Must have changed, when will the world stop changing?

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#15 Sunday 11th September 2011 19:32:11

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Must have changed, when will the world stop changing?

lol
Only know as I've just done Part 1

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#16 Monday 12th September 2011 22:53:14

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

5/5 - well done!
I would use up you pink licence - you've paid for it.

I believe they send out the badges/certificates on Thursdays after the Monday they have received your application.
In any case, usually 2 weeks max.


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#17 Tuesday 13th September 2011 07:26:31

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

[quote author=Barry500 link=topic=41956.msg310878#msg310878 date=1313098767]
Once you have passed part 3 (you have 12 months to send it off ) the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off.

Two years - Link

12 months, check your ADI14. You've sent a link for driving licences.
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#18 Tuesday 13th September 2011 09:38:57

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

[quote author=Driver99 link=topic=41956.msg312280#msg312280 date=1315768818]
[quote author=Barry500 link=topic=41956.msg310878#msg310878 date=1313098767]
Once you have passed part 3 (you have 12 months to send it off ) the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off.

Two years - Link

12 months, check your ADI14. You've sent a link for driving licences.
Regards

Yes 12 months for the ADI bit, but DVLA says it's 2 years for the second part of Barry's comment,
"the same as a driving test pass the pupil has 12 months to send it off"

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#19 Thursday 2nd February 2012 16:27:14

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

OK - so I sent off my £ 300.00 and got my badge back about 10 days later however, when I booked my pupil's test the other week, the DSA website did not recognise by ADI licence number. Have I missed doing something?

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#20 Thursday 2nd February 2012 19:51:12

mdf0075
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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

JC3501 wrote:

OK - so I sent off my £ 300.00 and got my badge back about 10 days later however, when I booked my pupil's test the other week, the DSA website did not recognise by ADI licence number. Have I missed doing something?

When my pupils book test, sometimes my adi number works but most of the time they have too leave it blank!!!!!


part 1 - 98/54
part 1 - 98/62
part 2 - 4 minors
part 3 - pst2 5-5
check test -?

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#21 Thursday 2nd February 2012 21:19:11

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

You have to set up a business ID for your number to be recognised. Don't know where you are but up north its Newcastle upon Tyne that you contact.


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#22 Friday 3rd February 2012 16:43:34

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Re: DSA FEE'S - to enter the adi register?

Thanks Sophie - I am in Northampton - can anyone help with this please?

Many thanks

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