We might be biased but yes now is a great time to train to become a driving instructor. There is still a huge backlog of people wanting to learn to drive. We are looking for people in Stockport, Macclesfield, Glossop and Manchester who would like to train as a driving instructor.
Demand is for driving instructors at an all-time high
Demand for driving lessons is at an all-time high due to the large backlog of driving lessons during the pandemic and the big increase in the number of people turning 17. We are still receiving unprecedented levels of inquiries from people wanting to learn to drive. This means that our instructors have the opportunity to work as little or much as they like. There has never been a better time to train to become a driving instructor.
What the the pros of becoming a driving instructor?
- Teaching someone an important life skill like driving, is extremely rewarding. You get to meet and teach some amazing people.
- Be your own boss, as a driving instructor you are your own boss. You choose the hours you wish to work, fitting around your lifestyle. As you decide how many hours you work most people often find they have a better work life balance.
- No two days are ever the same, you are meeting different people and as everyone learns differently not two lessons will be the same. Your challenge is to find the best way to help them learn and become confident drivers.
- We not only provide full training but, once you are qualified you have the option to join our well-established busy driving school. We have an enviable reputation for delivering high quality lessons, great reviews and are extremely busy.
How do you become a driving instructor?
We provide comprehensive training and support, to qualify you will be required to take 3 parts.
Part 1 is a theory and hazard perception test, part 2 is a practical driving test and part 3 is an assessment of your level of teaching. Find out more about training to become a driving instructor signup for our free book or get in touch for an informal discussion to help you decide if it’s the right career for you.
Who should I train with?
We would suggest that you do your research and read all the small print! Get information from the larger trainers and small independents. The small independent driving schools are usually more affordable, you will have continuity and support during and after your training and there are less restrictions, extra charges and surprise fees! Whoever you go with read the small print very, very carefully to understand exactly what they are offering.