TRAINING TO BECOME A QUALIFIED DRIVING INSTRUCTOR WITH BRAVO.
Do you want to be your own boss? And earning minimum £600 per week or even more! Also you have the opportunity to earn while you are training to become a driving instructor giving driving lessons and control your own working hours.
Once you fully qualified as a driving instructor, we will guarantee to offer a place at Bravo Driving school. You can be self-employed and control your own diary.
Bravo driving school is an established driving school that provides approved driving instructor training courses for anyone that is considering change of career and wishes to become a driving instructor.
If you like meeting new people teaching new skills and making a difference in your community then you have come to the right place.
Do you know what the most important element in becoming a Driving Instructor is?
Not the training. YOU.
If you work hard, study, practice and follow your trainer’s advice, you will qualify as a driving instructor.
The tests are not difficult and most people have many of skills needed to successfully pass already.
Cut corners or try to avoid the work, and you will become one of many a year that never make it.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE.
• Excellent driving skills and road safety knowledge.
• The ability to give clear instructions.
• People skills, patience and the ability to stay calm.
• The ability to adapt your teaching style to suit each learner.
• Observation skills and the ability to react quickly and safely to any problems.
• Organisational skills for managing your appointments.
RESTRICTIONS and REQUIREMENTS.
You’ll need to:
• Pass motoring conviction checks.
• Pass enhance background checks.
• Be able to read a licence plate at 90 feet ( 27.5m ) ( wearing glasses or contact lenses is allowed )
• Have a full UK or EU driving licence, held for at least 3 years.
• Be over 21 years.
Your day-to-day duties may include:
• Checking each learner’s driving knowledge and ability.
• Planning a series of lessons to get learner’s ready for their driving test.
• Teaching about road safety, driving laws and the Highway Code.
• Giving instruction on the use of vehicle controls, steering, turning, reversing and parking safely.
• Demonstrating how to deal with emergency situations.
• Discussing basic vehicle checks.
• Keeping records of appointments and payments.
You may also give night or motorway driving lessons to people who have passed their test.
You’ll spend most of your time in the car. Lessons usually last between 1 and 2 hours.
You’ll spend time travelling between appointments.
You’ll need to fit in with your client’s availability, which may mean waiting around between bookings.
In the summer, you could work long hours.
For more information please contact us today!
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