Driver Training Telford
Driving School in Telford, Shropshire
We are a driving school in Telford Shropshire that provides driving lessons and intensive driving courses. We offer a free pick up and drop off service with your driving instructor from home/work/college to help you with your Telford driving lessons.
Products & Services
Driving lessons Telford
£30 per hour
read moreDriving lessons in Telford just 30 per hour
Intensive Driving Course Telford
read moreWith our Intensive driving courses in Telford you could pass your driving test in as little as 1 week. Prices from 280
Train to become a driving instructor
from £35 per hour
read moreChange your career and become a driving instructor
Driver Training Telford
read moreSince launch the company has experienced substantial growth in both instructor numbers and pupils. The success has been phenomenal and well in excess of any that had previously been planned and would like to thank the pupils that have trusted in the brand to deliver them the best driving lessons in Telford, Shifnal, Newport Bridgnorth. Driving instructors will prepare the car and wipe down the steering wheel and all other controls before the start of and at the end of every lesson with anti-bacterial/anti-virus wipes.
read moreAbout Us - Driver Training Ltd (DTL) are your Local Driving Academy. Our DSA approved driving school in Telford, has helped hundreds of people to learn to drive and improve their driving skills. We are well-established and reputable; our instructors are fully qualified with a wealth of local knowledge and experience. We strive towards the highest possible standards by employing proven training methods. Due to our unique teaching style and easy to learn techniques, we've managed to get learners to test standard in 30 hours or less.
Pay Per Pupil
read moreJust five easy steps and you can top up your diary whenever you want. How easy is that! Get in touch now as we are only taking on a small number of driving instructors in your area!
Manual Driving Lessons Telford
read moreWhether you are a complete novice getting behind the steering wheel for the very first time, or a more experienced learner who has already had a number of lessons or even have a full licence but want to top up on your skills and confidence, DTL Driving School could be who you're looking for. As an independent driving school, we can provide a high quality of training with manual lessons tailored to the individual pupil so you can be taught at the best pace to suit you. We teach with a calm and patient manner which puts even the most nervous pupils at ease very quickly.
Failed Adi Part 2 or ADI Part 3
read moreADI Part 2 or 3 Recovery training is for people who have recently taken a test and not passed. Have you recently Failed your adi part 2 or ADI Part 3 test? Do you feel unsure of what exactly is required for your adi part 2 or adi part 3 test? Are you unsure of what the examiner requires? Do you feel let down by your trainers? Do you know more about your trainers personal life and neighbours than you do about your adi part 3 test? Has your training been 2 to 1 or even 3 to 1? Failed Adi part 2 or Adi part3?
Driving Instructor Job Cannock
read moreUnlike other driving schools that tie you to a 12 or 18 month franchise, we simply get the postcodes and areas that you want to cover, and then pass the relevant pupils details to you. We are looking for candidates who meet the following criteria Reliable Punctual, Patient, Possess excellent customer service skills, Enjoy meeting new people. Around 1.6 million people take their driving test every year, teaching people how to drive is not only an industry proof profession but one which grows every day due to the expanding population of the UK.
DVSA ORDIT Driving Instructor Training
read moreWhen it comes to Driving instructor training the ONLY qualification the DVSA recommends is ORDIT. It means that your trainer has been watched by a senior examiner from the DVSA as to how your trainer teaches potential driving instructors, and your trainer has shown that he can teach to the high and exacting standards expected by the DVSA. Infact you may notice that on the DVSA web site it encourages people who are becoming driving instructors to ONLY train with an ORDIT registered trainer! ORDIT was set up by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to protect the public from substandard driving instructor training and unscrupulous business practices.
read moreBefore you join a motorway, build up speed on the slip road. Then ensure you do a full observation, not forgetting the blind spot, and join the motorway when you know it's safe to do so. When you leave a motorway, observe the interchange signs and ensure you're in the correct lane in plenty of time. The countdown markers which appear before a motorway exit tell you how far away the exit is, with each bar representing 100 yards. Use these to guide you as you prepare to cross over to the slip road.