Driving Instructor Jobs
Driving Instructor Jobs in the UK
Driving Instructor Jobs in the United Kingdom are ready to fill. If you want to be self employed and work for yourself as a fully qualified driving instructor in the in your local area then we can help you to achieve that.
Become a driving instructor in your local area and work the hours you want, that fits around your family and social life. You can work part time or full time
Tailor your job around your own life, don’t be tied down to a 9 to 5 job.
There are plenty of self employed careers out there but few where you already have some of the basic skills, if you can drive a car and speak English or Welsh then you are on the way to becoming a driving instructor.
Driving Instructor Jobs
Why work for a low hourly rate, when you can make much more than that, at Blue.
We are looking for qualified instructors (Approved Driving Instructor) to join Blue School of Motoring ASAP.
If you are teaching in either Manual or Automatic cars we are looking for both types of driving instructors in the
Become a Driving Instructor
Find an Area We are looking for Instructors to work in:
Special Intro Offer First Few Months Franchise FREE
All the students you need
- Earn a good rate of pay, not cheap lessons rates
- Friendly and Helpful team members at Blue
- Work the Hours you want
- Full CPD courses for Free
- For Qualified Instructors, ADI’s only
Packages Start from as little as £45
Free marketing in your local suburban area, to attract the best customers for you. Free Roof Box, Business Cards, Training Material and online diary
- No, long term fixed contracts
- No set up fees.
- Full support on building your business.
- Agreed Geographical area’s to work, that are close to home
- No hidden costs
- A mutually beneficial agreement, that is negotiated between both parties
Great business support and training in class or on road Driving Instructor Jobs
Just Some of the help and training you will receive when you join Blue Driving School.
Driving Instructor Jobs On the first lesson make sure you check their licence details and eyesight.
Student Course management
On the first lesson introduce them to the Driving Record of Progress, explain how this works.
Make certain that they have a test booked at some point during their course, either a theory or practical test otherwise they will lose interest without a goal and drift way.
Always be aware that most clients will be very nervous on their first few lessons with a new instructor, so it may take several weeks to build up a rapport or trust especially if they have been let down by their previous school or instructor. There are some not very professional ADI’s out there and you will be surprised what goes on.
Managing your Diary (Block Bookings)
At the end of the lesson always make certain that your client is booked up several weeks or months ahead and get used to asking your client what times during the day they are free, it is always best to fill your diary up during the day, evenings and weekends will soon become very popular.
Promoting your business
Always tell your clients that you are very busy, and that if you can’t book them well ahead then you will not be able to give them the lessons that they want.
Always make certain that your client is in credit, if they say they have paid the office and we have not informed you, check with us. They can pay on our web site 24 X 7 or they can phone our office.
Driving Instructor Jobs in your area.