What Do I Do After I Qualify As A DVSA ADI?
Once you are a qualified Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor, DVSA ADI you have the choice of working for a Driving School or setting up your own business.
Driving Instructor Trainers has many sister organisation driving schools, for example, Birmingham Driving School
Our driving schools are busy and are always on the look out for new Driving Instructors, both full time and part time, so it is very likely that we will be able to offer you work when you qualify.
Our driving schools also offer what we think is one of the fairest franchise deals available to driving instructors.
Driving Instructors are always in demand, so if you preferred, you should find it easy to get work with another driving school.
Alternatively you might choose to start your own driving school, if you do, we can offer you help and advice on how to get started.
Continuous Professional Development
Qualifying as a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor, DVSA ADI is an achievement, but it is not the end, it should be the beginning.
Experience can help to make you a better instructor, but not always.
It is important to continue to develop your skills in order to be successful as a Driving Instructor, we can offer advice and training in order for you to do this, more information about Continuous Professional Development for Approved Driving Instructors can be found on our ADI CPD website.