WHY TO BECOME DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, EVERY DAY THERE IS OPPORTUNITY TO GIFT SOMEONE WITH LICENCE TO FREEDOM.
Now you must think how?
Seven days a week everyday someone turns into 17 and this 52 weeks in year the best birthday present for them is to give them opportunity to enjoy the freedom of the road.
You can be the one behind this present by becoming driving instructor; becoming driving instructor will provide you opportunity
- To make positive changes to your life
- To be your own boss.
- To work in flexible hours that suit your lifestyle
- To meet new people every day
- To earn around £600 a week – or possibly even more
- To be satisfy from your job
IF you’re looking for a new challenge, a change of pace or the chance to be your own boss with an established franchise, becoming a driving instructor could be the perfect career move for you. Even if you are just starting out on your driving instructor training, need help understanding the new standards test, or simply wanting to improve your instructional ability or business, MA Driving School can help!
Once you become a driving instructor with MA Driving School. You can enjoy the:
- Luxury of being self-employed
- Can earn around £600 a week, but it could be more depending on the hours you choose.
- Opportunity to earn while learning
- Can start giving lessons while you’re training.
- Training of getting 3 attributes required to be a good trainer
Because MA Driving School provides professional Driving Instructor Training. MA Driving School pride itself on the quality of its Training Standards. MA Driving School will train you as a driving instructor using proven programme that is based on the DVSA guidelines and will help you become a successful instructor.
MA Driving School can also support you as a trainee driving instructor providing you with business support and training opportunities to enhance your overall training.
HOW TO APPLY TO BECOME A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR
The process of qualifying as an approved driving instructor is controlled by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). As well as a criminal record disclosure number, they’ll ask for your driving licence number and details of any driving offences or court cases brought against you.
Fill out enquiry form to find out how MA Driving School can help and guide you to become a driving instructor.
3 KEY ATTRIBUTES YOU NEED TO BECOME A GOOD DRIVING INSTRUCTOR
The assessment aspect of becoming a driving instructor consists of 3 key Attributes to become good driving instructor
- 1 – Theory Test
- 2 – Driving Ability Test
- 3 – Instructional Ability Test
Your first Driving Instructor Test is a theory exam consisting of 100 multiple choice questions and hazard perception.
After enrolling on the Approved Driving Instructors Course you, will receive a Home Study Pack of a DVD of multiple choice questions and the hazard perception. These can be studied and completed at home in your own time and at your convenience.
After completing the questions and hazard perception you will be ready to take the Theory Test. Along with the Theory Test you will also be given a Hazard Perception Test and the two together complete Part One of your training.
This is a hands on, on the road course where all training takes place in the car. MA Driving School raise and refine your Driving Skills ensuring you reach all the high standards required by the Driving Standards Agency.
You are allowed three attempts only within the two year timescale.
This part of the training prepares you for the Instructional Ability Test, which is an essential skill for any Driving Instructor. There are 10 basic scenarios used in the test, so your training will cover all of these thoroughly. The training takes place in the car and consists of 10 four hour sessions.
Once the 40 hour Training Course is completed you could be awarded a Trainee Licence. A Trainee Licence will allow you to work with a Driving School and give paid Driving Instructions before taking the Part 3 Test.