If you are qualified Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) and interested in teaching people with disabilities to learn to drive or have you held a licence for over 3 years and would consider this as a new career please get in touch with us. 

How we help disabled people

  • Practical lessons
  • Theory lessons
  • Assessments - Driving Assessments, Motability Managed Assessment Programme & Passenger Assessment
  • Information and advice

Teaching disabled people in your local area

  • We can share our knowledge to enable you to teach disabled people in your own vehicle independently
  • We can put you in contact with local adaptations specialists to adapt your own car

Eligibility to become an ADI or Driving Assessor

  • To become an ADI you must carry out three qualifying tests. Part one tests your theory knowledge, part two tests your driving ability and fitness, and part three tests your ability to instruct learner drivers
  • You must have held a full driving licence for at least 4 of the 6 years before the date of your application
  • Find out more about becoming an ADI here
  • Read the DVA / Department for Infrastructure Guide to becoming an ADI here

For more information contact: Angela Hutchison, Mobility Centre Manager, T: 028 9029 7877 or Email: [email protected]

Being able to drive gives disabled people the independence to go where they want, when they want.  

Download our leaflet 'Helping disabled people to get in the driving seat' - Information for Approved Driving Instructors (ADI) and qualified drivers interested in teaching disabled people to drive

Download our leaflet 'Vehicle conversion & adaptations' - Adapting vehicles to help disabled people to learn to drive