Top ORDIT Results

Congratulations go out to Mark Tooley and Ian Sherwood, on recently achieving the maximum grade 6 in the ORDIT test.  Two  more of our excellent team of instructor trainers to achieve the top honours.  As an ORDIT registered company with an excellent pass rate in instructor training, Bill Plant Limited is committed to ensuring our instructors, receive the right training and support, to enable them to pass on their skills to potential driving instructors. For more information on becoming an instructor Click Here

Testimonials from just a few of our franchisees:

As a Bill Plant franchisee first as a PDI qualifying to an ADI with Plant School of Motoring Ltd”s assistance. I have also progressed to becoming a Fleet Instructor and Taxi Trainer at no cost to myself.\r\n\r\nBill Plant is always looking at ways to assist and invest in his franchisee to help them progress as well as the company.\r\n\r\nI would highly recommend the Bill Plant Group as a franchise opportunity.\r\n\r\nDerek Diamond, London\r\n\r\nAs an ADI for 7 years, I have been with the Bill Plant School of Motoring Ltd for 3 years. The companies interests lie in making the instructor happy rather than annual profits. It has a really good office structure that provides constant support to all ADI”s and PDI”s alike and is constantly looking to the future i.e; FREE CPD Courses and Free Fleet Courses. I would be more than happy to recommend the Bill Plant School of Motoring to anyone wanting to join the industry.\r\n\r\n Andy Boden, Sheffield\r\n\r\nI have been qualified as an instructor since 2002 and cannot find enough good things to say about Bill Plant School of Motoring Ltd. I have and am still personally and professionally inspired by them. They have offered me full support, expertise and on-going development from the start and with complete piece of mind.\r\n\r\nJust knowing that there is a full team of people behind me always to guide me in my chosen profession is fantastic… A very big thankyou Bill PLANT\r\n\r\n Michelle Billing, Hampshire\r\n\r\nI started with another driving school but found their franchise too expensive and the support network was not there. I then worked independently for 2 and a half years, but it was a lonely life and I had no back up.\r\n\r\nI like being part of a big organisation, part of a team. I”ve been with Bill Plant School of Motoring for 4 months now – I wouldn”t go anywhere else. They encourage you to look forward and are more than willing to help you achieve your goals with a support network – also free CPD courses and an endless supply of pupils as and when you need them. You get such joy from this job, you take on a new pupil and by the time they are ready for their test, they”re the most confident people in the world.\r\n\r\n Angela Gardner, Cumbernauld, Scotland

Bill Plant to grow into i30

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  • Leading driving school, Bill Plant orders 600 Hyundai i30s
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  • All feature diesel and ISG stop-start for lower emissions and fuel consumption
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  • Replaces fleet of i20s
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\r\nHyundai has signed a deal to provide 600 i30s to Bill Plant, one of the UK’s leading driving schools. Bill Plant Ltd is a nationwide driving school and training centre for instructors. Having started their relationship with Hyundai last year with 400 i20s, Bill Plant have grown into the i30 hatchback. Recently voted Britain’s best car to own by Auto Express magazine, instructors and pupils won’t be disappointed.\r\n\r\nThe contract will see 600 i30 hatchbacks worth more than £7 million delivered over the next 12 months. The cars will make up almost all of Bill Plant’s fleet.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n“You’ve got to have the right car for the instructors and pupils,” said Jake Plant, general manager at Bill Plant.\r\n\r\n“A city car is the wrong kind of vehicle for learners, it is just too small. You need a family hatch and for us the i30 is the right size. Hyundais are right for us, they are reliable and stylish and an appropriate size for instructors and pupils. It is very important to us that instructors and pupils like the car, and they love the i30.”\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nLearner drivers can be put at ease by the number of safety features fitted to the i30. Active head restraints to reduce the risk of whiplash injury; passenger, driver and full length curtain airbags, seatbelt reminder system, belt pretensioners and ESP all give added peace of mind for those nervous beginners. Hyundai will deliver the first of the all-diesel fleet this month.\r\n\r\nJake Plant added: “Fuel consumption is important for our instructors which is why we went for the diesel i30 with ISG, Hyundai’s stop-start system.”\r\n\r\nGuy Pigounakis, Hyundai sales director, said: “After doing business with them last year for more than 500 i20s we”re delighted that Bill Plant Driving School is renewing its fleet with the i30.”\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact:\r\n\r\nJodie Davies\r\n\r\n01494 428694 Jodie.davies@hyundai-car.co.uk

Bill Plant to grow into i30

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  • Leading driving school, Bill Plant orders 600 Hyundai i30s
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  • All feature diesel and ISG stop-start for lower emissions and fuel consumption
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  • Replaces fleet of i20s
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\nHyundai has signed a deal to provide 600 i30s to Bill Plant, one of the UK’s leading driving schools. Bill Plant Ltd is a nationwide driving school and training centre for instructors. Having started their relationship with Hyundai last year with 400 i20s, Bill Plant have grown into the i30 hatchback. Recently voted Britain’s best car to own by Auto Express magazine, instructors and pupils won’t be disappointed.\n\nThe contract will see 600 i30 hatchbacks worth more than £7 million delivered over the next 12 months. The cars will make up almost all of Bill Plant’s fleet.\n\n“You’ve got to have the right car for the instructors and pupils,” said Jake Plant, general manager at Bill Plant.\n\n“A city car is the wrong kind of vehicle for learners, it is just too small. You need a family hatch and for us the i30 is the right size. Hyundais are right for us, they are reliable and stylish and an appropriate size for instructors and pupils. It is very important to us that instructors and pupils like the car, and they love the i30.”\n\nLearner drivers can be put at ease by the number of safety features fitted to the i30. Active head restraints to reduce the risk of whiplash injury; passenger, driver and full length curtain airbags, seatbelt reminder system, belt pretensioners and ESP all give added peace of mind for those nervous beginners. Hyundai will deliver the first of the all-diesel fleet this month.\n\nJake Plant added: “Fuel consumption is important for our instructors which is why we went for the diesel i30 with ISG, Hyundai’s stop-start system.”\n\nGuy Pigounakis, Hyundai sales director, said: “After doing business with them last year for more than 500 i20s we”re delighted that Bill Plant Driving School is renewing its fleet with the i30.”\n\nFor more information please contact:\n\nJodie Davies\n\n01494 428694 Jodie.davies@hyundai-car.co.uk

Free Corporate Driver Training Course for Instructors

There is even more reason to sign up with Bill Plant and become a driving instructor as we”re now offering a free corporate / fleet driver training course worth over £1000.\n

To qualify for the free fleet trainer’s course, you need to have successfully completed parts 1, 2 & 3 of the ADI training and also to have taken on the Bill Plant driving instructor franchise.

\nAs a fleet instructor, you will be involved with going into companies and representing Bill Plant Corporate Driver Management. This means you will be taking company vehicle drivers, ranging from the MD of multi site companies to the person driving the delivery vehicles or staff transport. The job is to ensure that they are able to drive as safely as possible and that they have fulfilled the legal training requirements. This may also involve SAFED training, which is for safe and fuel efficient driving, meaning that companies can save substantial amounts on their annual fuel bills and drastically reduce accident rates.\n\nThe beauty of being a fleet trainer, is that currently less than 5% of the instructors in the UK have this qualification, and whilst it dovetails nicely with instructing learners, it allows you teach on a different level and have additional qualifications.