How to choose the right establishment Choices

Is cheap driving instructor training worth it? You could pay more in the long run or lose everything you paid. You only get three attempts at the part 2 and part 3 tests. If you fail either part three times, it’s over for two years.

Years of experience have shown us that potential instructors who opted for cheaper training were faced with unreliable, late-arriving trainers, trainers who did not keep a log of the training or subjects covered, trainers who did not fully cover the subject, and certainly not the core competency of any of the subjects. Many did not even have the all-important correct, updated training information. These trainers are not ORDIT registered.

The DVSA administers the voluntary (ORDIT) Official Register of Driving Instructor Training.

We are ORDIT registered.

Many organisations offer training to become driving instructors, but there is no statutory scheme governing the training of driving instructors.

Choose an establishment that:

  • Has over 10 years of training experience
  • Is ORDIT registered
  • Has testimonials
  • Is recognised in the industry

Do your research:

  • Read their reviews
  • Speak to instructors who trained with them
  • Do they offer any sort of assurance?
  • Ask to sample a free lesson.
  • Ask to sit in on a training session
  • What sort of training material do they offer?
  • Can you train on your own time?
  • Is there a job available after qualifying?

We offer all the above. You simply can’t go wrong choosing Streetwise