A guide written by real instructors on how to set up as a driving instructor and the real financials involved.
We wrote this impartial guide to becoming a driving instructor and the reality of paying the bills as we found that getting started and finding the right information was difficult without companies overselling their promises of earnings and trying to recruit you.
How to become a driving instructor
The steps involved to becoming a driving instructor along with average time scales and costs involved in the journey.
Expected monthly outgoings
The real life outgoings that will help you make the decision whether or not to become a qualified driving instructor.
The real life earning scenarios based on fact and a current hourly rate for Kent.
We didn't want to simply try and sell ourselves like other driving instructor training providers. We wanted to help.
John King and his team have always lived up to what he first told me, “We are a team and support everyone, we invest in each other and pride ourselves giving the best to each pupil”.
“I am a ‘people -person’ , a good listener and communicator”
I have worked with people with special needs in the past .
I had a full diary of pupils within the first few weeks of joining Pass and franchise fees were very reasonable. I work as part of a team and know that help and assistance are only a phone call away.
Pass made me feel very welcome from start to finish. There has been plenty of work and Pass have been more of a family to me than just a driving school.
I have found Pass to be professional & excellent to work with; very supportive & very organised. Everyone is so friendly & supportive & willing to help in times of need & I regard all the team as good friends.