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To help you decide if you should continue to try to qualify as a driving Instructor:

 

Your reasons:

Recommendations:

1.

I need to earn money fast and have a car.

This is the worst reason to become a driving Instructor.

Too many fly-by-nights operate on this basis. You need to be

Prepared to work hard to qualify, train students exceptionally well and make many sacrifices to succeed.

2.

I like the idea of having my own business and being self-employed.

This is a half-good reason to start your career as a driving Instructor. Bear in mind that there is a missing factor here. You need to be really committed to producing safe, competent drivers to deserve the right to qualify as an Instructor.

3.

I like working with people and enjoy driving defensively. I would enjoy training others. I am prepared to struggle financially in order to establish my own business and realize that as soon as one set of applicants has passed their licenses I need to anticipate a possible quiet time without an income until new clients book in.

This could be the right career for you provided you are patient, skilled and dedicated. If you can handle a fluctuating income, high overheads, no medical aid, pension or fringe benefits, and are willing to work hard at least six days a week training learner drivers in busy traffic without fear, you might be wise to follow this career. If you believe passionately that the law must always be obeyed implicitly, and do so in your own driving, yes, go ahead. If you can deal with difficult people at their most vulnerable, you might be wise to qualify as a driving Instructor.

4.

I fancy picking up all the young girls who come for lessons.

Forget it! Driving Instructors who do not respect their clients

100% are criminals! You are not entitled to touch one of them!

No professional should dare to think seriously about this!

5.

I inherited a driving school when my father died.

Great! Hopefully he set you a good example and left you with roadworthy vehicles and some capital to get started with legal driving Instructors. Be sure to qualify before starting operating!

6.

Other

Check your motives, self-serving or being willing

to serve.

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