Driving Instructor

Type: Permanent

Date Posted: 26-Feb-23

Closing Date: 28-Mar-23

Location: Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

Salary: null

Driving Instructor

Driving Instructor Position available in Milton Keynes.

Part and Full Time positions available

Key Duties
Working with a variety of people from all walks of life and backgrounds.
Helping develop your customers skill level.
Be able to explain driving techniques clearly.

Applicants Attributes
Applicant will have great communication skills, a willingness to learn and the drive to teach others.
Applicant should be an enthusiastic individual, being able to motivate others.

Benefits of being a driving instructor
Excellent earning potential of £30,000+ per annum
Flexible working hours
Working close to home
Be your own boss
Training vehicle can be provided (if required)

Being able to manage your own working hours and being out and about is a great feeling. You get a wonderful sense of achievement from being your own boss and this sort of flexibility really allows you to take charge of your own business and your life. Take holidays when you like and organize your students around your life.

To apply for our role, you need to meet the following criteria

Have held a full UK driving licence (or approved foreign licence) for at least 2 1/2 years
Have not been banned from driving in the last 4 years
Have no more than 6 points on your licence.

Applicant ideally will be a fully qualified driving instructor although if not, full training can be provided.

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