Nottingham, United Kingdom, July 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Claire Lewis, the owner of F1 Instructor Training, is keen to point out the benefits. “Lots of people are considering becoming their own boss, and in the current economic climate it makes sense to do so. Being a driving instructor is something a lot of people think about, and if someone likes driving and they are good with other people, it could be the right choice for them.”
F1 Instructor Training provides every support necessary to give trainees the best chance of qualifying as driving instructors with the Driving Standards Agency. With three exams to pass and two years to pass them in, F1 Instructor Training aims to get each trainee up to the standard required as speedily as possible.
“Our trainers are experts in their field,” Claire adds. “They give all the guidance needed to ensure that each candidate stands a good chance of passing each test the first time they attempt it.”
There are clear benefits to working as a driving instructor too, which is probably why the course has been very popular right from the start.
“Lots of people who come to us tell us they want to be their own boss,” says Claire. “This is definitely a good reason for wanting to become a driving instructor. But the fact that people can choose which hours they want to work is a good bonus as well. No one wants to be tied to working specific hours if they can help it and working as a driving instructor helps to avoid that rigidity so many people dislike.”
More people can try their hand at becoming a driving instructor too, simply because the F1 Instructor Training school fits the courses in around existing commitments. This opens the possibility up to even more people. “We don’t leave any stone unturned when it comes to providing everything people need to start their new career as a fully qualified driving instructor,” Claire adds.
To find out more about the new courses offered by F1 Instructor Training, you can visit their website at http://www.f1instructortraining.co.uk