Become a driving instructor with English School of Motoring
If you are a successful candidate at interview we will offer you an Interest free loan for your training
If you have great communication skills, a willingness to learn and the drive to teach others then this job will be perfect for you. No previous instructor experience is needed, you just need to have held a driving licence for three and a half years.
If you have great communication skills, a willingness to learn and the drive to teach others then this job will be perfect for you.
Becoming a driving Instructor with the English school of motoring and earn OTE of £840 for a 40 hour week.
When you become a driving instructor this is more than a job it is a profession and with this comes long term career prospects, excellent benefits and fantastic job satisfaction.
We look to take on full time driving instructors or part time, it is whatever suits the individual.Benefits
Huge earning potentials.
Driving instructor training could put you on the salary you have always dreamed of. The more hours you put into the job the more money you would get out.Flexible working hours
Your work/life balance will see a vast improvement and this occupation is ideal for the family orientated individual.Be your own boss
Being able to manage your own working hours and your portfolio of clients is a great feeling. You get a wonderful sense of achievement from being your own boss and this sort of flexibility really allows you to take charge of your own business and your life. Take holidays when you like and organize your students around your schedule.Key Duties and Responsibilities
Have excellent communication skills and patience is essentialQualifications needed to become a driving instructor
- Dealing with a variety of new people every day
- Teach theory behind driving
- Supervise practical examinations
- Advising about skills to be developed
- Be able to monitor progress
- Be able to explain driving techniques clearly
English School of Motoring will support you through Parts 1 - 3, giving you advice on theory tests, assessing and giving guidance on your tuition of driving and helping you to learn everything there is to know about becoming a great driving instructor.
- Part 1 is a PC based multiple choice theory and hazard perception test similar to the current test for the learner drivers but more questions
- Part 2 is a driving test, again similar to the current test for learner drivers but to a higher standard
- Part 3 is a practical test of your ability to instruct, where an examiner will watch you conduct a driving lesson.
The DVSA recommend you should only take training to become a driving instructor from organization's which are Ordit registered.