Once you’re enrolled, we’ll give you our full support and welcome you into the team of the very best driving instructors. You’ll receive full, personal training from our highly qualified team and certainly won’t just be an employee number.
You’ll even be able to fit your tuition around your existing schedule. If you want to work all day, every day, you can. If you prefer to devote more time to your family or your hobbies, you can do that too.
The right driving instructor can change your life If you’re reading this, you’ve already discovered that some instructor training isn’t as good as it should be. In fact it can be downright shoddy, and extremely poor value for money.
If you’re paying for tuition to become a driving instructor, you’re making an investment in your career. You want the best value you can get.
Many people dream of changing their career and improving their lifestyle until it’s to late and then find the opportunity has passed them by.
Your Opportunity is Right Now.
The chance to be in control of your future and choose the days and hours you work is something that most people never have the luxury of.
Train on Your Doorstep around Your Current Work Commitments and Benefit from Unique Local Knowledge that will be invaluable when You start Working in the Local Area.
We believe that to be the best, you need to be trained by the best. Which is why our instructors give you 100% dedicated attention and won’t share the lesson with anyone else, ever!
Not only will we help you become a qualified driving instructor, we’ll also guarantee work for you to ensure you’ve got all the work you can handle.
Although we can provide you with work, you’re not tied in with us, so if you prefer to join another driving school, or start up on your own, you’re free to do so.
Thinking about becoming a driving instructor? Well, there’s a few steps you’ll need to take before you can start driving with your first client…
The first thing you should know is that you need to have held a full UK driving licence for three years and be over the age of 21 before you can start thinking about becoming an instructor.
If that sounds like you, then you have the basic requirements to begin your instructor tests. The tests can be quite difficult, so make sure you’ve thought it through properly: do you have good road safety knowledge and excellent driving skills?
Are you able to give clear instructions and able to adapt your teaching style? Instructor training can be quite expensive, so make sure you’ve done some thorough research before embarking on your tests.
Once you’ve decided that you definitely want to become a driving instructor, you’ll have to begin training.
In order to acquire the necessary qualifications, there are three tests you need to take. The first test is computer based and will examine your knowledge of theory and hazard perception.