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Frequently asked questions

 

Some companies will say you can train in as little as a few weeks, this isn’t quite true. While it is possible to complete the training in a crash course style the biggest restriction is test waiting times. Unfortunately, there is nothing that we or any other driving school can do about that. Due to this we say as a guide; 6 months is a much more realistic times scale.

Yes, our £995 offer covers you for 50 hours of training. This is based on the average time of a trainee Instructor. The only extras to pay for would be your test fees. Further fees may apply if additional training is needed. This would be discussed and agreed between the instructor and trainee.

Yes, we understand that not everyone can afford large upfront fees, or might not want to make a big commitment. For this reason, we have hourly rates, half day, and full day options.

Nayland Driving School is expanding so we will often have openings.

Yes, once you have qualified you can choose to go and work on your own if that is your choice.

Yes, this is subject to being a part of Nayland driving school. If you need help, have questions or queries they will be answered with a simple phone call.

Yes, the course is very flexible. We will do our best to fit in with your busy life style. We do different days, times. We can even adjust the length of training sessions to suit you.

Yes, always ask this question when looking at training companies. Large driving schools can justify selling their training courses at a cheaper rate because they do 2:1 in car training. This will mean two trainees in the same car with one instructor.

Yes, everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. For this reason, at the end of each session we will discuss what needs work. We will also advise you of things you can do in your own time to help improve, and come prepared for the next session. This will keep training costs down for you plus improve your chances of passing your exams first time!

ORDIT stands for THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING. Technically any driving instructor can give the training. ORDIT trainers have done specialist training on teaching people to become driving instructors and pass an exam that must be taken every 2 years.

Yes, approved by the DVSA in the specialist area of training people to become approved driving instructors (ADIs).

If you have any further questions, please contact us

 

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