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Driving Instructors


Benefits of being a driving instructor:

Flexibility: Choose the hours you want to work.

Freedom: Choose where you want to work.

Finance: Great earning potential.

Job satisfaction: Enjoy going to work, meeting and teaching people a life skill.

Opportunity: To move into other areas of driver training education.

To qualify to become a DSA Driving Instructor, you need to have held a full UK driving license for three and a half years and it should be free of any penalty points.

Why choose us?

We have over 20 years experience in this field with the following Qualifications:

  • ORDIT Registered Trainer
  • DSA FLEET Registered Trainer
  • DSA Approved Driving Instructor
  • DIAMOND Advanced Instructor
  • Diploma in Advanced Driving Instruction
  • A1 Assessor
  • Diploma in Customer Service NVQ Level 3
  • Better Driving Trainer Olympic 2012

We offer one to one tuition only and do not teach two or more trainees at the same time. This means that our drivers get full value for money as well as proper, effective tuition. We can get you up to speed and work as quickly as you’d like. You can become a driving instructor in no time! You do not have to be in debt to qualify as an ADI through our Pay As You Go system. Please contact us for further information.

The Driving Instructor Training sessions are well structured to your individual training requirements. We will provide effective written feedback after every session, clarifying set goals and key areas for improvement. We take great interest in your learning and will ensure that we steer you in the right direction and support you along the way. There are three examinations, which must be undertaken to be qualified as a driving instructor:

Part 1: The Theory Test

This consists of 100 multiple choice questions and a Hazard Perception test which is computer operated. We supply all the material needed for this test. Please see price list.

Part 2: Driving Ability Test

This is the next step, it is an advanced driving test which is of a higher standard than the learner driver test. It lasts for 60minutes and only 6 minor faults are allowed. Most trainees have at least 12 hours of training prior to the examination to ensure that they are fully equipped. The DSA allows only three attempts at the exam. Trainees are required to use their own cars where possible, for this training.

Part 3: Instructional Ability Test

This test measures your ability to give effective instruction and it is the most challenging of the three tests. You will be required to obtain at least 40 hours of training before commencing this exam. The test is in two parts lasting 30 minutes each and both parts must be passed successfully. You will be asked to demonstrate your knowledge and ability by giving practical driving instruction to the examiner who will take on the role of a pupil.

OUR PRICES

Pay As You Go £30 Per Hour
2 Hour Taster Session
£60 (Refunded From Part One Fee if You Decide to Take The Course)
Option 1 - Full course paid in full
Includes Part 1 Pack
6 x 2 Hours Part 2 Training
20 x 2 Hours Part 3 Training
Total £1,500 (Saves £150 on Option 2)
Extra sessions £30 per hour (min 2 hours per session)
Option 2 - Full course paid In 3 parts
Part One £350
Part Two £300
Part Three £1,000
Total £1,650
Extra sessions £30 per hour (min 2 hours per session)
Option 3 - Parts 2 & 3 Only
All sessions charged @ £30.00 per hour (min 2 hours per session)
6 x 2 Hours Part 2 Training
20 x 2 Hours Part 3 Training
Total £1,560
Remedial Part 2 / Part 3 Sessions £30 per hour (min 2 hours per session)
2 Hours Check Test Training (£60)
£60

For further information please contact us.