Bill Plant Driving School has updated its Driving Instructor Training courses in accordance with major examination modifications from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). The nationwide driving school offers the training through an Academy in its Head Office base and in Local Hubs across the country.
With the major changes made by the DVSA to the Part 3 Examination for Driving Instructor Trainees set for October and further Pupil Examination changes in December 2017, the driving school has refreshed its course syllabus, material and in-car tuition.
Priced from £1,495, individuals wanting to train to become a qualified driving instructor can choose to training Intensively in Yorkshire, Birmingham, London or across their Local Training Hubs spread nationwide in the UK. An Intensive and Accommodation course is also available in their Training Academy in Yorkshire.
Trainees who qualify are guaranteed a franchise within Bill Plant Driving School and can earn, on average, £40,000 per year as a driving instructor. Bill Plant Driving Instructor Academy is proud to be recognised as a national Official Register of Driving Instructor Training (ORDIT) registered training establishment.