Instructor Training

Driving Instructor Training

Why Not Be Come A Driving Instructor


 Driving Lessons 4 You Manchester


Freedom of chose.

The chance to be in control of your future and choose the days and hours that you work is something that most people never have the luxury of.

Our business is very much family run with me Stuart the director, Barbara and Karen instructor liaison and responsible for coordinating the diary’s and bookings and Stuart and Karen are fully qualified instructors, Stuart is also the school’s trainer.

All our instructors are to choose exactly which tuition car they prefer, they can also choose the days and hours they wish to work and are free from binding contract.

Unfortunately, many of the notional companies have tarnished the industry by insisting on long term and water tight contract and then failing to provide sufficient new pupils as agreed.

The fact that we live and operate on your doorstep means we have to be very transparent in everything we do and we feel it’s only fair to offer a no quibble refund policy on demand for any reason whatsoever.

A driving instructor is not just a job, it is a vocation that offers years of extraordinary job satisfaction, alongside the chance to meet new people on a daily basis, and help change and improve their lives.

• Not been banned from driving within the last 4 years 
• Be a ‘fit and proper’ person (in the opinion of DSA) 
• You must pass a DBS (Enhanced Level Disclosure and Barring Service) check - Formally known as a CRB Check.

The training course has 3 parts and you need to pass 3 tests in order to become a fully qualified and Approved Driving Instructor.


Part 1 – ADI Theory Test

This test is made up of 2 sections: Multiple choice and Hazard perception. You need to pass both sections before you can move onto Part 2. We provide you with all of the materials to help your studies, along with 3 hours 1 to 1 mentoring with your own personal trainer to help with your studies.

Part 2 – ADI Driving Test

This is very similar to the current driving test for learners, but slightly longer and more robust. You need to pass part 2 before you can move onto part 3. Your personal trainer will assess your current driving skills in order to tailor a detailed program of training to help you pass. You will receive at least 12 hours of 1 to 1 in-car training.

Part 3 – ADI Instructional Ability Test

2 half-hour driving lessons on subjects chosen by your examiner - he will play the role of a learner driver and assess your ability to teach by asking questions and making mistakes. You will receive a grade in this test – only grades 4 (adequate), 5 (good) or 6 (excellent) will result in official recognition of ADI. Your personal trainer will act as the role of examiner and give you experience of different roles and teaching subjects. Each session is planned with lesson aims and constructive feedback. You will receive 40 hours of 1 to 1 in-car training to help you pass.