It takes around six to nine months to train as a driving instructor, although some factors affect how long it takes to pass. In particular, the amount of time you have available will affect the length of time it takes to complete your training. 

One thing that can speed up the process is ensuring you have the best possible training available. 

Streets Ahead Aberdeen loves helping people get qualified as a driving instructor to forge a new career. 

Led by a DVSA ORDIT Registered and a Grade A Instructor, our expert Toby offers professional coaching that’s clear and easy to follow. With over 20 years of experience, we’re ideal if you’re looking for a reliable and proven training programme. You can rest assured that he knows what it takes to qualify. 

Train to become an instructor in your free time.

Working with people throughout Aberdeen, our local instructor training can be fitted around your current commitments. For instance, we can be available on a Saturday, even if DVSA tests are taken during the week. 

We can even deliver most training on Saturday if required. The course isn’t full time and some of the time can be spent studying at home. 

If you’re looking for a professional coach for driving instructor training, find out more about Streets Ahead Aberdeen. Or get in touch for more details.