The FAQ Level 4 Diploma in Emergency Response Ambulance Driving Instruction (L4DERADI) provides a trainee Driving Instructor with the enhanced knowledge, behaviours, understanding and skills required to instruct, coach, support and assess learners in the delivery of routine and emergency response ambulance demonstration driving, including knowledge and understanding of the driving legislation, regulation, standards and agreed ways of working to a safe and competent level as set out in the High Speed Driver Training Competencies.
Learners will understand the Human Factors than can influence attitude to risk for a developing emergency response ambulance driver, this will be focusing on 3 main areas, completion of the Ambulance Driver Risk Index [ADRI], developing a working knowledge of the Goals for Education [GDE] framework and completion of the Driving Instructor Ambulance Driver Risk Index to measure progression and development.
Guided Learning Hours
211 hours (5 weeks)
Full UK driving licence for the class of vehicle to be instructed on for a minimum of 3 years prior
No more than 3 points
Level 3 Certificate in Emergency Response Ambulance Driving
Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (PTLLS, DTLLS, QTLLS) - to be completed before certification
Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement - to be completed before certification
Routine Ambulance Demonstration Driving - 5 credits
Emergency Response Ambulance Demonstration Driving - 5 credits
Legislation and standards for Routine and Emergency Response Ambulance Driving - 7 credits
Human Factors for Driver Education - 3 credits
Assessing for Routine and Emergency Response Ambulance Driving - 18 credits
Instruction and Coaching for Routine and Emergency Response Ambulance Driving - 45 credits
Total value: 83 credits