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A FAIR franchise deal !

2 different options -

Option 1 

 

This is a franchise where the ADI provides the vehicle and we provide the following...

 

Guaranteed minimum supply of 50 customers per year

Car signage

Full managed advertising and customer supply

Website page with marketing in place

Online diary support

Customer enquiry and booking handling

A friendly team 

 

Cost - £65 per week

 

Option 2

 

This is a franchise where we supply the following...

 

Car with dual controls, insurance, servicing and worn tyre replacement !

Guaranteed minimum supply of 50 customers per year

Car signage

Full managed advertising and customer supply

Website page with marketing in place

Online diary support

Customer enquiry and booking handling

A friendly team 

 

Cost - £175 per week

 

 

Both options include 3 weeks payment break each year. Unlike some, we don't charge extra fees for pupil supply.

Training to be a driving instructor

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Train to become an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor)

 

We can help you train to become an ADI. Please read the information below, and if you would like to discuss further details please contact us to dicsuss. 

 

Entry requirements -

 

Your first step to becoming an instructor is to register with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to train as an approved driving instructor (ADI). You will need to meet the following conditions:

  • be aged 21 or over
  • have held a driving licence for at least three years
  • complete and pass enhanced criminal record and motoring conviction checks.

 

The ADI exam is in three stages and you must pass all three to qualify:

  • ADI 1 - computer-based test in two parts: theory test and hazard perception test
  • ADI 2 - practical test of driving skills
  • ADI 3 - practical test of teaching ability.

 

You must pass each stage before taking the next one. You can take the theory test as many times as you need to but you only have three attempts to pass the ADI 2 and ADI 3 exams. You must complete stages 2 and 3 within two years of passing ADI 1.

Driving instructor courses are run by specialist training schools and by driving schools. Costs, course length, content and teaching methods will vary. 

 

Once you have passed the first two parts of the ADI exams, you can apply to join the trainee instructor licensing scheme. This is not compulsory but it gives you the opportunity either to gain experience of driving instruction while being supervised or to do extra training. The trainee licence is valid for six months.

When you have passed all three stages of the ADI exam, you can join the ADI register and get a registration certificate to display in your car. Registration must be renewed every four years.

Go to the GOV.UK website for more information about how to register for instructor training and how to qualify.

GOV.UK  (Become a driving instructor)