K.S.Driving School provides Professional Training , Coaching for potential & qualified driving Instructors in Shrewsbury Whitchurch Mid Wales Oswestry Shropshire.
If reputation, integrity, experience and “current” mean something to you when selecting professional development training, then look no further than K.S Instructor Training. Big changes in the driver training industry over recent years meant that we all had to review our training procedures and business dealings, to meet the new and improved standards required of us by the DVSA and the public.
K.S Instructor Training is proud to say that we are up-to-date, ready and willing to assist PDIs and ADIs to meet an exciting but slightly uncertain future.
We can provide quality training for potential and part-trained instructors:
- People wishing to become driving instructors
- PDIs requiring top-up part 2 and 3 training
- PDIs requiring development training when working on a Trainee Licence
For qualified ADIs:
- Preparation training for the Standards Check
- Train the Trainer course for ADIs wishing to train instructors or/and build their driving school
For ADI groups and Associations:
- Bespoke Standards Check training (half or full day) – Shropshire
- Classroom and in-car training days (in Shrewsbury)
Training Materials and Online Resources:
Trainers with K.S.Driving School
Trainer John Langman
Trainer Bob Mulford
Professional Training For Potential & Qualified Driving Instructors
Whatever your training needs may be, be assured that you will receive the best advice, training and
instructor resources available. Call now on 07931673337, complete the Contact Form or email Karen at
Driving Instructor Training (PDIs)
- Full PDI Training Courses (Parts 1, 2 and 3)
- Part Two and Three In-car Training
- Trainee Licence Development Training
ADI Training Events & Courses
- Standards Check Preparation (1:1 training)
- Standards Check Group Training Days for Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs)
- Train the Trainer Courses
Driving Instructor Requirements
You can become a driving instructor and enjoy the benefit of becoming your very own boss. Options are available to consider . Let us help you through understanding what’s on offer. You can choose to go independent (on your own) after qualifying or join a franchise in your area. Become self employed.
- Be at least 21 years of age.
- Hold a current UK manual licence for at least 3 years. By the time you qualify you should have at least 4 years experience before entering the ADI register.
- You should not have been disqualified from driving in the last four years before joining the ADI register.
- You should have no more than 6 points on your driving licence.
- Be a ‘fit and healthy’ to enter the ADI register. This is quite vague, so if you’re unsure you can ask at at the applying stage.
- You should pass a criminal reference check ‘DBS’.
- You will also have to complete a DBS every 4 years to remain on the ADI register.
CRIMINAL RECORDS/DBS CHECK
This is a grey area. The answer is very much dependent on the offense and how long it ago it occurred. For more information, visit: Can you be a driving instructor with a criminal record? This depends on.:
- How serious the offence was
- When the offence occurred.
- If your conviction/offence is relevant.
- Assess if there is a pattern of offending behaviour.
- Your personal circumstances involved with the offence, also if there are any other explanations or defence on your behalf.
Although your personal circumstances will be considered, your application is unlikely to be successful if you have been convicted of offenses involving drugs, violence, drugs, sexual or financial situations. If you have been on the ‘Sex offenders’ register. Prohibited from working with children. Your application will also be unlikely.
Having Disabilities and Becoming a Driving Instructor.
Having a disability doesn’t prevent you from becoming an Advanced Driving Instructor. If you possess an unrestricted driving license you can apply through the normal process. If your Driving Licence is for an automatic you can only teach automatic. emergency controled stop assessment will be carried out.. From the passenger’s seat.
Instructor Training Part 3 Test Pass 1st Time 12th March
Instructor Training Part 3 Test Pass 1st Time. Congratulations Neil Kershaw On passing his P.D.I Part 3 standards test on the 1st attempt in Oswestry 12th March. Well done Neil not only Passing the Part 3 Instructor Training course 1st Time but you also Passed Part 1 and 2 1st Time. so all 3. Well done Neil from Your Instructor Trainer with K.S.Driving School John Lagan.
“Thank you, John, for all your guidance for helping me to become a qualified Driving Instructor. All your advice has been constructive and was explained in easily achievable stages. All I can say is thanks again John for getting me my ADI license. Neil Kershaw Oswestry”
Don’t take our word for it. See what our Happy Customers have to say.
“Thanks, John for all your help could not have done without you. You really calmed me down before my test I was nervous. It helped with you going over everything before my test yesterday and what to expect, that was a big help. Anyway, I am on my own I will remember your advice keep calm and don’t rush. Thanks again John much appreciated for all your advice.Thanks, Octavia Riggall. Shrewsbury“
Intensive Driving Course 1st Time Pass Shrewsbury 1st April. Congratulations to Rhys Draycott on Passing your Driving Test 1st time after taking the 30 Hour Driving Course as you had some and I mean some driving experience. Now listen to what the examiner said to you about forward planning. Good luck and keep you and your family safe on the road Karen Jone your Instructor at K.S.Driving School.
How to Become a Driving Instructor?
There are 3 exams and 3 attempts. 2 years to complete all 3 exams from the date you pass the first exam Part 1. You can pass all 3 exams in as little as 3 months. Typically trainers between 6 months and 12 months if they have an existing job and they are doing their training in between.
You can become a driving instructor and enjoy the benefit of becoming your very own boss. However, there are many options available to you. Let us help you through understanding what’s on offer. You can choose to go independent (on your own) after qualifying or join a franchise in your area. You are still your own boss.