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Become A Driving Instructor In Manchester
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Because it’s one of the best jobs in Manchester
Here at L Team Driving School
, we have been lucky enough to help thousands of learners pass their driving tests, and the sense of satisfaction you get when one of your pupils drives away from the nest is second to none.
It’s the perfect vocation for someone looking for a change of career, and while there are no formal qualifications needed to become an ADI, it’s particularly well suited to those with engaging or calm personalities.
Driving instructors are always in demand, and while it’s certainly challenging at times, it can be a secure profession for life. You could even choose to specialise in one particular area, ie, fleet training, advanced driving courses, or even ultimately become a driving instructor trainer yourself.
We are desperately seeking driving instructors to join our team! We need driving instructors in manchester , Greater manchester .
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• Unlimited pupils
• Work your own hours
• No franchise for 2 weeks anytime of the year
• Dedicated website with all pages in your area
• Full support from a family run business
• Roof box supplied
• Use your own car
• All stationary supplied
• Online diary
• Best earning potential in the UK over £30,000 a year start off !!!
If you´re interested in Become Driving Instructor please get in touch ASAP!
PRICES START FROM £999..
Become a driving instructor
There are 3 sections to the ADI Test in total, each with a different purpose, and all of which we will thoroughly prepare you for.
ADI Test 1 is similar to the general theory test, but is a lot more in depth, entirely computer based and usually takes between 90 minutes and 2 hours to complete.
The first part of it includes 100 multiple choice questions, of which you’ll need to get 85% correct. Part 2 is a hazard perception test with 75 scenarios, and you’ll have to answer 57 (or 76%) of them correctly to pass.
ADI Test 2 is like a more stringent version of the regular driving test. A mere 6 driver faults are allowed, and of course, any major faults result in an instant fail.
You can expect to be driving around everything from Manchester’s motorway network to narrow country lanes and busy city centre junctions on this test, while you’ll also be assessed for your ability at hill starts and asked a series of vehicle safety questions.
ADI Test 3 is when you finally sit in the passenger seat. An examiner will play the role of 2 pupils, the first one a nervous novice who needs guiding every step of the way, while in the second scenario, your teaching techniques will be assessed on a more advanced learner who is on their cusp of taking their driving test.
You will need to score a minimum 31 (b) to achieve a pass mark, and once you do so, you can begin your new life as a driving instructor.
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