Become a driving instructor with Chris Richards ADI
If you are looking to become a Driving Instructor then read this first and have a free confidential chat with Chris. You can learn to become a driving instructor with us in Preston, Leyland, Chorley, Southport or Blackburn. If you live outside of this then you can still become a driving instructor with us but you will have to travel into Preston for your practical one-to-one training. At no point will you be hassled to sign anything. We offer real honest advise. So call us today, we may even buy you a coffee!
You’re driving instructor training course will be personalised to your needs so all your time will be spent learning the things you need to. We will train you on a one-to-one basis. You wont have to attend a class room with other people, just completely one-to-one training for you needs. If you learn to become a driving instructor with our driving school we guarantee you work with our driving school. Contact Us NOW.
The correct training for YOU!
We believe that everybody is different. Your experience counts for a lot. As such we tailor our courses to fit around you and your needs both in terms of the times we deliver the course and what is covered and how fast we can cover the topics. Our flexibility and coaching methods help you to maximise your learning and minimise your costs. As such most people can study for the Part1 exam on their own, we can provide a home study pack for part one (theory test. It’s the first of 3 tests you have to pass to qualify as an ADI.)if needed and information to help you along your way. Remember we are only a phone call away.
The Process to becoming a driving standards agency approved driving instructor
The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) keeps a register of all driving instructors. You’ll be allowed onto the register if you:
hold a full UK, European Union or European Economic Area unrestricted car driving licence have held the car driving licence for at least four out of the past six years before you join the register when you qualify have not been disqualified from driving at any time in the four years before you join the register are a ‘fit and proper’ person to have your name entered on the register, taking into account any motoring convictions and any other criminal record Criminal record check.
You will need to have a criminal record check when you apply, and then every four years if you choose to extend your registration. DSA will take all offences into account when assessing your suitability to be an ADI. This includes fixed penalties such as speeding, as well as convictions and cautions. You can find out more information from the official www.gov.uk Website Here, you will also have to pass the three qualifying test to become DVSA ADI. These are:
Driving Instructor Tests
- Part 1 ( Theory and Hazard Perception tests)
- Part 2 (Your driving ability)
- Part 3 ( Your instructional ability test)
You can pay for your course upfront and get a discount. Pay an initial deposit and then spread the cost over 10 months. You can pay per part, so you only pay for the next part of your training when you complete the previous part. The final option is to pay per hour.
Driving Standards agency – Become a driving instructor links
and have a chat about you becoming a driving instructor with us Contact Us
Why not take advantage of our free consultation?…
If you are thinking of becoming a Driving Instructor we can meet you at a convenient place (quite often a coffee shop or your home) and have an informal chat about life as a driving instructor and answer any questions you may have
Remember check out all options first…
Some training providers are quote cheap for your training course in the knowledge that you will need to buy extra hours from them to get up to the required standard! You may also be contracted into franchising with them at the end. Always read the small print. The latest offers can be for FREE training but when you look into it, you are then contracted to work for them and be franchised for1 or 2 years even if you don’t pass all of the You may also be contracted into franchising with them at the end. Always read the small print. The latest offers can be for FREE training but when you look into it, you are then contracted to work for them and be franchised for1 or 2 years even if you don’t pass all of the test. This could cost you a lot more in the long run! Some franchises are as much as £350 per week (that’s £17500 per year for a 50 week franchise!) Be aware check out all your options first.
But its not all bad. Meet the person who will be training you before you start any training, have a chat and don’t sign anything. If you are about to start your road to becoming a driving instructor then good luck and see you on the road