ADI Part 3 - Instructional Techniques

ADI part 3 - the Techniques of Good Instruction

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The Keys to Success

"The most important skill to display on your Part 3 test are the Core Competencies . . . fault identification, fault analysis and remedial action

Our Part 3 recovery courses place a very heavy emphasis on understanding just how to use them!"

Dave Hartley ADI Trainer

Instructional Techniques

Part 3 can be very straightforward with the right training - call ADIT nowYou'll find links to each of these skill areas in the margin at the left of the page.

Instructional techniques comprise of the following key skill areas:

Level of Instruction

Relates to the level of instruction and the level of ability of the pupil. Avoid over instruction where your learner is doing things mainly for themselves, but also avoid under instruction where your learner is struggling badly.


This covers your overall lesson plan. Your strategy for how you want to meet the aims and objectives of the lesson.

Control of the lesson

This area covers your skills of lesson control. You need to remain in control of yourself, the lesson and the learner at all times. It also covers your use of the time allocated to you. A briefing which runs on too long may attract a mark for control, as you won't have allocated the time properly within the lesson.


Is concerned with learners understanding of your instruction, your use of language, and the use of jargon.

Question and answer technique

This area deals with your ability to use effective question and answer techniques, both on the move and during the initial briefing.

Feedback and encouragement

Feedback and encouragement are very important to learning. Adult learners need to know that they've done something wrong, but they also need to know when they've done something right.

Instructors use of the controls

The controls should only be used by the instructor when absolutely necessary, and the pupil should be told when and why they have been used.

Clearly, you'll need to get plenty of practice at putting these areas into effect with your trainer.

ADIT Team.


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