ADI’S - FRANCHISE & INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
Become a driving instructor with Go Drive: “The Freedom Franchise”.
Are you looking to join a high-earning low-cost franchise? Trial our franchise free for two weeks and see what freedom feels like. Four weeks franchise holiday is just one of the benefits we can offer you.
Why are we “The Freedom Franchise”?
We don’t tie you into lengthy contracts like many nationwide driving school franchises. Instead, we value all of our instructors whether they are doing their PDI training with us or are coming on board as an ADI.
We started Go Drive to make your life as a driving instructor easier and more stress-free so you can do what you do best, which is offer quality driving lessons!
“You’ll stay because you want to, not because you have to!”
What we will offer you :
First year - two week free start up and two week franchise fee holiday
Ongoing four week franchise fee holiday per year
Supply of pupils
Full business support
No lengthy tie-ins - 30 day rolling agreement
Here’s what a couple of our instructors have said about Go Drive:
“Go Drive are friendly, flexible and offer a level of personal service that many others simply cannot. Support is there with student supply and they are confident in their business that they don’t feel the need to tie you down with long agreements. Go drive founders, Julie and Ben, are both driven and motivated people and instructors who understand both the needs of instructors and pupils. I am proud to call them not only colleagues, but friends.” - Will
“I decided to join Go Drive because I still wanted to be independent but also to be part of a great and friendly team of like-minded people with the same goals and attitudes towards teaching as what I have.” - Sam
Are you considering a new career as a driving instructor? Find out more here about the training and get a realistic idea of what it takes to become a driving instructor.
Part 1: your first test - basically a harder theory and hazard perception test.
Part 2: your second test - a longer, higher-standard version of the practical driving test you’ve already passed.
Part 3: your final test - a test to assess your abilities to instruct/coach a learner driver.
Pass all of these and you’re a qualified driving instructor!
How do I become a driving instructor?
Here are the links you’ll need to start the process:
Get a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check to apply to become a driving instructor
Revise for, book and pass your part 1 test
Do in car lessons with your trainer, book and pass your part 2 test
40 hours of part 3 training
Apply for a trainee licence (start working as a driving instructor - PDI)
20 hours additional part 3 training
Book and pass your part 3 test
Apply for your ADI badge
Why train with Go Drive?
We have our own experienced in-house trainer who will guide you through the whole process. This can be done at your own pace, whether training alongside a full-time job or that you have some spare time you’d like to dedicate to your training.
How long will it take?
Realistically, 6-12 months depending on how much time you have to do your training.
How can I find out more?
Fill in the contact form and one of the team will aim to get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your training.
WHAT OUR ADIs SAY
I decided to join Go Drive because I still wanted to be independent but also to be part of a great and friendly team of like-minded people with the same goals and attitudes towards teaching as what I have.
Go Drive are friendly, flexible and offer a level of personal service that many others simply cannot. Go drive founders, Julie and Ben, are both driven and motivated people and instructors who understand both the needs of instructors and pupils. I am proud to call them not only colleagues, but friends.
I have known Julie for many years so when I decided to embark on a career as an ADI there was no hesitation when choosing Go Drive to be the team I wanted to support me in my journey. So far my training has been first class and I can’t wait to join a friendly and successful team.