In order for one to obtain high quality learning in driving, he or she should choose a fully accredited heavy vehicle driver teacher. Driving teachers who are licensed and are certified by the required driving boards like the RTA are of importance. Qualified teachers will instruct, teach and assess you when driving; they help learners to operate heavy automobiles safely.

Qualified teachers are also of importance since their legal documents like the license number; their name and signature are recorded on the learners RTA logbook.

Here are some of the legal requirements a heavy vehicle driver teacher should have in order to qualify in supervising driving students. He or she must be a holder of a heavy vehicle license for the last two years. He or she should not have any moving violations for the last two years. The teacher must be able to convey his or her skills to the learners in the most appropriate manner. The teacher should not have an alcohol concentration of more than 0.05 grams in their blood or any other drug like cannabis.

Choose a heavy vehicle driver teacher who will train you at a cost effective price, since training costs differ depending on the approved driving instructor (ADI) selected. This is essential since the learner will still pay examination fee, license fee and registration fee in order for his or her names to be recorded in the ADI register. Ensure that your teacher follows the driving curriculum which involves both the theory and practical part of driving training.

A teacher’s personality is also of importance; participants should ensure that their teacher is polite courteous and reliable. The teacher should also structure lessons in a flexible manner that will enable the student learn quickly and complete the training at a short period of time. Qualified teachers will always ensure that their students pass their license exam.

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