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ADI area | Become a Driving Instructor

 

Become a Driving Instructor - And you've got a Job for Life 

 

If one of your primary concerns is job security then this is a career you should seriously consider, because every year there are more than 1 million driving tests conducted in the UK and that's set to continue, so there's no shortage of customers. 

And all you need is a car and an ADI licence and you're ready to go!  

 

Even through hard times like recessions people continue learning to drive. In fact, many driving instructors have thrived and increased their prices through recessions.

 

Why? because when the going gets tough, jobs become scarce, and that's means people need a driving licence on their CV more than ever.

 

So, do you have the communication skills, personality, and confidence required to become a driving instructor?

People think that you need to be Superman with nerves of steel to be a driving instructor, or have an unyielding degree of patience, especially in the face of difficulty, and even eyes in the back of your head so you can see everything that' s going on behind you.

 

And in reality you probably need a little of everything, but it's like anything else in life, wisdom comes with experience, it's just a question of time, patience and getting the right help. 

 

And, that's the truth, to be successful you've got to find the right people to help you. 

 

Now, there's no shortage of people willing to help, but getting the right people and level of support is a critical to your success, and local training beats residential hands down.

 

One main reason is because you'll be spending a lot of time in the car with your trainer, so you want to find someone you gel with, and when you do stick with them.

 

That's easier said than done because you've got to book a course before you can spend time with the trainer, and once you've book it, and find you don't gel with your trainer, it's too late to ask for your money back.

 

Well, that's not the same with us, because you can spend time with our trainers & check us out before booking your course.

 

We offer everyone a trail. It's a kind of assessment, where you get the chance to spend a few hours in the training vehicle with your trainer. During those few hours, you'll been taken on an assessment drive, and play the role of a driving instructor in a mini driving lesson, finally leaving you with plenty of time to ask all the questions you can think of.

 

The 2 hour Driving Instructor trail is just £17 and if you decide to join us we'll refund your money.

 

Of course, we could offer the trail for free, but that often attracts people who have no real interest in this career, and we only want to work with people who are commited to change their future by becoming a driving instructor.

 

To book your assessment for just £17. Click the BIG Orange button below and get your discount assessment voucher now!

 

You can also get our FREE NO BS Guide to Becoming A Driving Instructor with the 12 questions you should ask before signing a training contract here

 

 

So, what's it like working as a driving instructor, well these are just 5 of many reasons why you might love it:

  • You're in control how much you can earn
  • You can give yourself a pay rise if business is doing well
  • You can choose the days & times you want to work, rather than have them dictated to you
  • You can take time off work when you want, and spend time doing the things in life you love doing. 
  • You'll get enormous satisfaction from knowing you're helping people achieve their dreams. 

 

 

A career as a driving instructor isn't just another job, it's a business for life and one you can be proud of.

Maybe you’ve thought about going back to work, but the idea of having to find a job that can accommodate taking your children to school, and having to pick them up again, whilst still being able to earn enough seems like a pipe dream. Well here's a new career for busy mums and dads find out how to become a driving instructor

 

Here are just 9 Reasons why we should be your preferred training partner

  1. We've got over 30 years experience in the driver training industry
  2. We're a local business on your door step, so we've got a vested interest in your success
  3. You don't need to spend a fortune on training, because we offer exceptional value for money training
  4. We provide more training hours in our training course than most other driving schools
  5. Your training is one 2 one, and you use our vehicles, fuel and insurance for all of your sessions
  6. 24/7 support from our local office, and membership to our private training group
  7. A guaranteed position with our successful school, with zero business start-up costs saving you thousands of £'s
  8. Earn as you train on a full or part time trainee licence (if required)
  9. Expert business start-up advice, whether you decide to join us or go it alone as an independent  

 

Training to become a driving instructor doesn't have to cost a fortune. There are many schools that charge from £2k to £4k in the UK, but you shouldn't have to pay that. 

You also shouldn't have to commit to a long-term contract with the training school just to receive a discount, or a cash back, because if they can't give you enough customers, you're going to wish you'd never started in the first place. 

 

How long does the training course last?

Training typically takes between four to six months if you're working around work or family commitments. But you can fast track the course if you have a lot of free time available. 

 

But there's no rush because the DVSA will give you up to two years to complete training and qualify from the date you first started. 

 

The course price:

Starting a new career is a big step to make, and we believe you deserve the best training, with the best trainers without it costing the earth, which is why our approved driving instructor course is just £1,696, and it includes our Triple Guarantee.

Guarantee 1: Your money back for any unused paid training hours you don't use, and should you decide not to continue for any reason we'll still refund any of your unused paid training hours.

Guarantee 2: A franchise with our successful driving school, including a new vehicle and your own local patch when you qualify

Guarantee 3: We'll give you a minimum of 1,200 hours of paid work in your first year, so that your new business gets off to a great start, and you're not left twiddling your thumbs.

 

What do you need to start training?

Now this might be your first time looking into becoming a driving instructor, or you might have researched what's involved in depth already. We can help you by giving you as much information and advice as possible.

But basically all you need to start is a full UK driving licence with no more than 6 penalty points, be over 21 and held your full licence for over 3 years.

 

Where do we train people?

We mostly train people within the areas we operate which means you don't have to travel for your training. But, with that said we do often get people who are willing to travel a good distance just to receive their training from us.

 

It's your career, you're the BOSS.

Your destination is your own choice, because you're the captain of your own destiny. And, there's lots of opportunities for driving instructors to advance their careers. Many of the UK's instructors move into more lucrative areas of the industry delivering coaching and development, fleet training and working with the police or local authority.

 

Now, the fact that you're still here reading this indicates that you're a driven and ambitious person serious about getting out of the rat race and doing something to improve your life.

 

Driving Instructor introductory offer

 

If you would like to take the next step and speak with a trainer for advice, get your questions answered, or if you want to book your driving assessment please complete the form below.

Name:

Email address:

Contact number:

Location:

How can we help you:

What stage are you at:

Ask a question:

If you would like a FREE brochure please tick this box.

Address:

Postcode:

 

 

Training to become a driving instructor

Becoming a driving instructor means developing your existing capacities and learning new skills and competencies. And if you're a good communicator who enjoys helping others, you definitely have the potential to become a great instructor.

The idea of learning a new career can sometimes seem overwhelming at first. But as you "give it a go" you'll start to develop your ability to experiment and learn quickly, you might be surprised at just how fast you find yourself mastering new skills.

 

find out how to Become a driving instructor it's a new career that gives you flexibility and freedom to spend quality time with the kids

 

 

What is a self employed driving instructor.

The word self-employed might bring a certain amount of concern for those of you who are and have always been employed. It's the fear of doing everything for yourself, and the worry that something could go wrong:

And then there's those questions running through your head, like:

  • How do I actually get started, what do Ineed to do?
  • What if I can't get any customers, who's going to pay the bills?
  • What if people don't like me, why would they trust me?
  • How am I going to compete with all the other instructors, there's so many of them?
  • I've never had to advertise before, what do i say and where should I advertise?

When you start your new career it can seem a little overwhelming which is we'll help you from day one. When you join our driving school, our experienced staff will handle your marketing, find you new customers, keep your diary full from week to week, and help you with the organisation and administration of work involved in being a self-employed driving instructor, so you don’t have to worry about doing it yourself. 

 

 

 

Here's a few interesting facts about the driver training industry:

With a growing population and more & more people learning to drive it's a great time to become a driving instructor.

In 2016 more than 1.7 million driving tests were conducted in the UK, which is more than in any of the previous 7 years.

The increased desire for driving lessons has led to people having to wait months before they can start their lessons, and that's the same in most cities across the UK.

The DVSA (Driving Vehicle Standards Agency) has recorded a 16% drop in driving instructors on the register since 2012, and there were 40% less new instructors joining the register in 2017 than in 2012.

So, unlike most professions that are bursting at the seams with new recruits scrapping for crumbs, there's more demand for driving lessons than there are instructors available to give them.

 

We're helping people every day; here's two of our instructors who went through our training course before starting their new career as Elite franchise instructors:

Tim Richards

Being a driving instructor is a career I have considered a few times over the years. I have contacted some of the larger nationwide driving schools to enquire about their training programmes but have always felt like it's just about sales for them and the initial phone call is usually followed up by text messages and emails hounding you to join up before you miss out on the latest special offer they have.

A few months ago I did some research in to local driving schools in the Hull area and found Elite. I saw that they were getting positive feedback from their customers and that they were looking for new instructors so I decided to give them a call. I ended up popping in to the office that same day and having a discussion about my suitability for the job, what the costs and potential earnings would be and what training I would have to undertake.

I left feeling like I knew every I needed to know to make a well informed decision and after sleeping on it I told them I would like to go ahead. Elite provided me with an excellent package of training resources and assigned an Instructor Trainer to me. Under my Instructors expert guidance, I have passed my part 1, 2 and 3 tests and am now working full time as a qualified ADI.

Elite have always given me great support, there's always someone at the end of the phone if I need help or advice and I'm loving the flexibility of my new career and the satisfaction of helping pupils to gain a new life skill.

Tim Richards

 

Richard Kingdom

Hi, my name is Richard kingdom and I am a qualified ADI contracted to the Elite Driving School franchise in Hull.

I chose Elite Driving School, after comparing many others, due to their more personal and professional approach. I wasn’t wrong in my choice as they certainly lived up to their dedication to my progression and also friendly (almost homely) nature. The support is fantastic.

I first thought of becoming a driving instructor many years ago as I enjoy teaching people new skills. After many years in the manufacturing sector, I finally got the opportunity to train for and achieve this qualification. I must admit that it was more of a challenge than I was expecting.

The rewards have been worth the effort. I am now the master of my own destiny and for the first time in my career, I am in control. I meet new people every day and have a fresh challenge every hour.

There is nothing nicer than helping people achieve something they dream of doing and being able to enjoy it along the way. That sort of satisfaction is priceless.

Taking up this profession is something I should have done a long time ago, so my advice to anyone thinking about it is: Do it whist you have the opportunity. You won’t regret it!

Richard Kingdom

 

Driving instructor training

 

Commonly asked questions:

How long does it take to train to become a driving instructor?

That depends on whether you're a busy mum or dad, or you've plenty of time to throw at training. 

If you choose us as your training provider, we'll arrange a training program the way you want it, which means you can:

  • Learn at a steady pace: Some people prefer to take their time when learning something new, or their life commitments restrict the time they have available to learn.
  • Learn quickly: For some people the quicker the better, but every process has some hurdles, and you can sometimes be held up waiting for DVSA exams. You must take each test in sequence, which means you must pass the part one exam before you can book the part two exam, and pass part two before booking part three. 
  • Fast Track: Ambitious people often want to learn intensively over a few weeks, which is do-able, but this style of learning only benefits a small group of individuals, especially those who have a photographic memory and like the pressure of intensive learning. Getting short notice tests with the DVSA can be a problem, but we chase cancellations on a daily basis. 

  

 

Are all driving instructors self-employed?

Yes the vast majority of driving instructors are self-employed, I would think that the figures are over 90%. 

 

I've heard that you can learn to become a driving instructor in just one week, is that true?

There's no shortage of adverts for intensive one week courses for teaching instructors. But, in reality you'll have to put a lot of distance learning in before you'll be able to sit an intensive.

Some companies quote upto 300 hours of home study before you start their intensive training course. Even if you allocated 2 hrs a day to home study, it would still take you over 22 weeks before your ready for an intensive. 

I prefer a hands on experience personally, where you can combine home study with practical training, for me the results are much better.

 

The training schedule

Before you embark on your training, first, you'll need to apply for a DBS check (criminal record check) which can take a couple of weeks. then you can register with the DVSA to start your training.

These 2 links will walk you through the DBS check and registering with the DVSA.

 

DBS check video link: https://youtu.be/_IipcexXBes

Register with the DVSA video link: https://youtu.be/z52tujELBqM

 

 

The first test of the qualifying process is the part one theory which involves a lot of reading & research. Most people take a minimum of 4 weeks to study for the part one before taking the test.

Next is the part two practical which can be taught in a few days, or weeks if working around your other commitments. 

The final module is the part three test of instructional ability, and requires a minimum of 40 hours plus hands on training with a qualified trainer. You should allow a few of months to complete the part three training before taking the qualifying exam. 

You can find out everything you need to know about the three DVSA exams here  

 

 

You've got this far and so I presume you are still interested. Which is why I would recommend you speak to our experienced driving instructor trainers, not a salesman who's only interested is selling you on a course. Some schools pay their recruiters a wage of £42,000 a year! 

Of course, we can send you a brochure instead. But if you want to know the facts, then there's nothing better than a face to face meeting to get knowledge you'll need to make a educated decision.

Plus, we will also be happy to offer you our unique 2 hour driving instructor introduction for just £17, usually £72.

 

The induction lasts about 2 hours plus. It's designed to give you a overview of the training course, the career, and your prospects beyond, but more importantly you'll get to meet the people you'll be spending a lot of time with in the training vehicle.

Please send my free 2 hour driving instructor introduction voucher plus a training brochure

 

If you prefer to book a meeting with us and get your voucher on the day, please call 03332 004130 

 

You can find out everything you need to know about the three DVSA exams here  

 

 

we can help by offering you our FREE driving instructor introduction voucher. This is an amazing 2  hour experience

 

 

Claim your FREE driving instructor introductory voucher and Information Brochure Below

 

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Grab a copy of our Train to become a driving instructor brochure

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ADI area | Become a Driving Instructor

 

Become a Driving Instructor - And you've got a Job for Life 

 

If one of your primary concerns is job security then this is a career you should seriously consider, because every year there are more than 1 million driving tests conducted in the UK and that's set to continue, so there's no shortage of customers. 

And all you need is a car and an ADI licence and you're ready to go!  

 

Even through hard times like recessions people continue learning to drive. In fact, many driving instructors have thrived and increased their prices through recessions.

 

Why? because when the going gets tough, jobs become scarce, and that's means people need a driving licence on their CV more than ever.

 

So, do you have the communication skills, personality, and confidence required to become a driving instructor?

People think that you need to be Superman with nerves of steel to be a driving instructor, or have an unyielding degree of patience, especially in the face of difficulty, and even eyes in the back of your head so you can see everything that' s going on behind you.

 

And in reality you probably need a little of everything, but it's like anything else in life, wisdom comes with experience, it's just a question of time, patience and getting the right help. 

 

And, that's the truth, to be successful you've got to find the right people to help you. 

 

Now, there's no shortage of people willing to help, but getting the right people and level of support is a critical to your success, and local training beats residential hands down.

 

One main reason is because you'll be spending a lot of time in the car with your trainer, so you want to find someone you gel with, and when you do stick with them.

 

That's easier said than done because you've got to book a course before you can spend time with the trainer, and once you've book it, and find you don't gel with your trainer, it's too late to ask for your money back.

 

Well, that's not the same with us, because you can spend time with our trainers & check us out before booking your course.

 

We offer everyone a trail. It's a kind of assessment, where you get the chance to spend a few hours in the training vehicle with your trainer. During those few hours, you'll been taken on an assessment drive, and play the role of a driving instructor in a mini driving lesson, finally leaving you with plenty of time to ask all the questions you can think of.

 

The 2 hour Driving Instructor trail is just £17 and if you decide to join us we'll refund your money.

 

Of course, we could offer the trail for free, but that often attracts people who have no real interest in this career, and we only want to work with people who are commited to change their future by becoming a driving instructor.

 

To book your assessment for just £17. Click the BIG Orange button below and get your discount assessment voucher now!

 

You can also get our FREE NO BS Guide to Becoming A Driving Instructor with the 12 questions you should ask before signing a training contract here

 

 

So, what's it like working as a driving instructor, well these are just 5 of many reasons why you might love it:

  • You're in control how much you can earn
  • You can give yourself a pay rise if business is doing well
  • You can choose the days & times you want to work, rather than have them dictated to you
  • You can take time off work when you want, and spend time doing the things in life you love doing. 
  • You'll get enormous satisfaction from knowing you're helping people achieve their dreams. 

 

 

A career as a driving instructor isn't just another job, it's a business for life and one you can be proud of.

Maybe you’ve thought about going back to work, but the idea of having to find a job that can accommodate taking your children to school, and having to pick them up again, whilst still being able to earn enough seems like a pipe dream. Well here's a new career for busy mums and dads find out how to become a driving instructor

 

Here are just 9 Reasons why we should be your preferred training partner

  1. We've got over 30 years experience in the driver training industry
  2. We're a local business on your door step, so we've got a vested interest in your success
  3. You don't need to spend a fortune on training, because we offer exceptional value for money training
  4. We provide more training hours in our training course than most other driving schools
  5. Your training is one 2 one, and you use our vehicles, fuel and insurance for all of your sessions
  6. 24/7 support from our local office, and membership to our private training group
  7. A guaranteed position with our successful school, with zero business start-up costs saving you thousands of £'s
  8. Earn as you train on a full or part time trainee licence (if required)
  9. Expert business start-up advice, whether you decide to join us or go it alone as an independent  

 

Training to become a driving instructor doesn't have to cost a fortune. There are many schools that charge from £2k to £4k in the UK, but you shouldn't have to pay that. 

You also shouldn't have to commit to a long-term contract with the training school just to receive a discount, or a cash back, because if they can't give you enough customers, you're going to wish you'd never started in the first place. 

 

How long does the training course last?

Training typically takes between four to six months if you're working around work or family commitments. But you can fast track the course if you have a lot of free time available. 

 

But there's no rush because the DVSA will give you up to two years to complete training and qualify from the date you first started. 

 

The course price:

Starting a new career is a big step to make, and we believe you deserve the best training, with the best trainers without it costing the earth, which is why our approved driving instructor course is just £1,696, and it includes our Triple Guarantee.

Guarantee 1: Your money back for any unused paid training hours you don't use, and should you decide not to continue for any reason we'll still refund any of your unused paid training hours.

Guarantee 2: A franchise with our successful driving school, including a new vehicle and your own local patch when you qualify

Guarantee 3: We'll give you a minimum of 1,200 hours of paid work in your first year, so that your new business gets off to a great start, and you're not left twiddling your thumbs.

 

What do you need to start training?

Now this might be your first time looking into becoming a driving instructor, or you might have researched what's involved in depth already. We can help you by giving you as much information and advice as possible.

But basically all you need to start is a full UK driving licence with no more than 6 penalty points, be over 21 and held your full licence for over 3 years.

 

Where do we train people?

We mostly train people within the areas we operate which means you don't have to travel for your training. But, with that said we do often get people who are willing to travel a good distance just to receive their training from us.

 

It's your career, you're the BOSS.

Your destination is your own choice, because you're the captain of your own destiny. And, there's lots of opportunities for driving instructors to advance their careers. Many of the UK's instructors move into more lucrative areas of the industry delivering coaching and development, fleet training and working with the police or local authority.

 

Now, the fact that you're still here reading this indicates that you're a driven and ambitious person serious about getting out of the rat race and doing something to improve your life.

 

Driving Instructor introductory offer

 

If you would like to take the next step and speak with a trainer for advice, get your questions answered, or if you want to book your driving assessment please complete the form below.

Name:

Email address:

Contact number:

Location:

How can we help you:

What stage are you at:

Ask a question:

If you would like a FREE brochure please tick this box.

Address:

Postcode:

 

 

Training to become a driving instructor

Becoming a driving instructor means developing your existing capacities and learning new skills and competencies. And if you're a good communicator who enjoys helping others, you definitely have the potential to become a great instructor.

The idea of learning a new career can sometimes seem overwhelming at first. But as you "give it a go" you'll start to develop your ability to experiment and learn quickly, you might be surprised at just how fast you find yourself mastering new skills.

 

find out how to Become a driving instructor it's a new career that gives you flexibility and freedom to spend quality time with the kids

 

 

What is a self employed driving instructor.

The word self-employed might bring a certain amount of concern for those of you who are and have always been employed. It's the fear of doing everything for yourself, and the worry that something could go wrong:

And then there's those questions running through your head, like:

  • How do I actually get started, what do Ineed to do?
  • What if I can't get any customers, who's going to pay the bills?
  • What if people don't like me, why would they trust me?
  • How am I going to compete with all the other instructors, there's so many of them?
  • I've never had to advertise before, what do i say and where should I advertise?

When you start your new career it can seem a little overwhelming which is we'll help you from day one. When you join our driving school, our experienced staff will handle your marketing, find you new customers, keep your diary full from week to week, and help you with the organisation and administration of work involved in being a self-employed driving instructor, so you don’t have to worry about doing it yourself. 

 

 

 

Here's a few interesting facts about the driver training industry:

With a growing population and more & more people learning to drive it's a great time to become a driving instructor.

In 2016 more than 1.7 million driving tests were conducted in the UK, which is more than in any of the previous 7 years.

The increased desire for driving lessons has led to people having to wait months before they can start their lessons, and that's the same in most cities across the UK.

The DVSA (Driving Vehicle Standards Agency) has recorded a 16% drop in driving instructors on the register since 2012, and there were 40% less new instructors joining the register in 2017 than in 2012.

So, unlike most professions that are bursting at the seams with new recruits scrapping for crumbs, there's more demand for driving lessons than there are instructors available to give them.

 

We're helping people every day; here's two of our instructors who went through our training course before starting their new career as Elite franchise instructors:

Tim Richards

Being a driving instructor is a career I have considered a few times over the years. I have contacted some of the larger nationwide driving schools to enquire about their training programmes but have always felt like it's just about sales for them and the initial phone call is usually followed up by text messages and emails hounding you to join up before you miss out on the latest special offer they have.

A few months ago I did some research in to local driving schools in the Hull area and found Elite. I saw that they were getting positive feedback from their customers and that they were looking for new instructors so I decided to give them a call. I ended up popping in to the office that same day and having a discussion about my suitability for the job, what the costs and potential earnings would be and what training I would have to undertake.

I left feeling like I knew every I needed to know to make a well informed decision and after sleeping on it I told them I would like to go ahead. Elite provided me with an excellent package of training resources and assigned an Instructor Trainer to me. Under my Instructors expert guidance, I have passed my part 1, 2 and 3 tests and am now working full time as a qualified ADI.

Elite have always given me great support, there's always someone at the end of the phone if I need help or advice and I'm loving the flexibility of my new career and the satisfaction of helping pupils to gain a new life skill.

Tim Richards

 

Richard Kingdom

Hi, my name is Richard kingdom and I am a qualified ADI contracted to the Elite Driving School franchise in Hull.

I chose Elite Driving School, after comparing many others, due to their more personal and professional approach. I wasn’t wrong in my choice as they certainly lived up to their dedication to my progression and also friendly (almost homely) nature. The support is fantastic.

I first thought of becoming a driving instructor many years ago as I enjoy teaching people new skills. After many years in the manufacturing sector, I finally got the opportunity to train for and achieve this qualification. I must admit that it was more of a challenge than I was expecting.

The rewards have been worth the effort. I am now the master of my own destiny and for the first time in my career, I am in control. I meet new people every day and have a fresh challenge every hour.

There is nothing nicer than helping people achieve something they dream of doing and being able to enjoy it along the way. That sort of satisfaction is priceless.

Taking up this profession is something I should have done a long time ago, so my advice to anyone thinking about it is: Do it whist you have the opportunity. You won’t regret it!

Richard Kingdom

 

Driving instructor training

 

Commonly asked questions:

How long does it take to train to become a driving instructor?

That depends on whether you're a busy mum or dad, or you've plenty of time to throw at training. 

If you choose us as your training provider, we'll arrange a training program the way you want it, which means you can:

  • Learn at a steady pace: Some people prefer to take their time when learning something new, or their life commitments restrict the time they have available to learn.
  • Learn quickly: For some people the quicker the better, but every process has some hurdles, and you can sometimes be held up waiting for DVSA exams. You must take each test in sequence, which means you must pass the part one exam before you can book the part two exam, and pass part two before booking part three. 
  • Fast Track: Ambitious people often want to learn intensively over a few weeks, which is do-able, but this style of learning only benefits a small group of individuals, especially those who have a photographic memory and like the pressure of intensive learning. Getting short notice tests with the DVSA can be a problem, but we chase cancellations on a daily basis. 

  

 

Are all driving instructors self-employed?

Yes the vast majority of driving instructors are self-employed, I would think that the figures are over 90%. 

 

I've heard that you can learn to become a driving instructor in just one week, is that true?

There's no shortage of adverts for intensive one week courses for teaching instructors. But, in reality you'll have to put a lot of distance learning in before you'll be able to sit an intensive.

Some companies quote upto 300 hours of home study before you start their intensive training course. Even if you allocated 2 hrs a day to home study, it would still take you over 22 weeks before your ready for an intensive. 

I prefer a hands on experience personally, where you can combine home study with practical training, for me the results are much better.

 

The training schedule

Before you embark on your training, first, you'll need to apply for a DBS check (criminal record check) which can take a couple of weeks. then you can register with the DVSA to start your training.

These 2 links will walk you through the DBS check and registering with the DVSA.

 

DBS check video link: https://youtu.be/_IipcexXBes

Register with the DVSA video link: https://youtu.be/z52tujELBqM

 

 

The first test of the qualifying process is the part one theory which involves a lot of reading & research. Most people take a minimum of 4 weeks to study for the part one before taking the test.

Next is the part two practical which can be taught in a few days, or weeks if working around your other commitments. 

The final module is the part three test of instructional ability, and requires a minimum of 40 hours plus hands on training with a qualified trainer. You should allow a few of months to complete the part three training before taking the qualifying exam. 

You can find out everything you need to know about the three DVSA exams here  

 

 

You've got this far and so I presume you are still interested. Which is why I would recommend you speak to our experienced driving instructor trainers, not a salesman who's only interested is selling you on a course. Some schools pay their recruiters a wage of £42,000 a year! 

Of course, we can send you a brochure instead. But if you want to know the facts, then there's nothing better than a face to face meeting to get knowledge you'll need to make a educated decision.

Plus, we will also be happy to offer you our unique 2 hour driving instructor introduction for just £17, usually £72.

 

The induction lasts about 2 hours plus. It's designed to give you a overview of the training course, the career, and your prospects beyond, but more importantly you'll get to meet the people you'll be spending a lot of time with in the training vehicle.

Please send my free 2 hour driving instructor introduction voucher plus a training brochure

 

If you prefer to book a meeting with us and get your voucher on the day, please call 03332 004130 

 

You can find out everything you need to know about the three DVSA exams here  

 

 

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