Secure your place

June 9th, 2020 by linda

With driving lessons having been on hold for the last few months due to COVID-19, we are anticipating a demand for spaces when we get the green light to restart. Over the last few months we have been continuing to take course bookings in readiness for when we resume in car training again and we will be allocating spaces out in order of dates bookings where taken.

If you are considering learning to drive but have not yet booked your driving course then please get in touch to avoid missing out, we will allocate spaces first to those who were already booked in with ourselves before lockdown and to those who should have taken their courses during March, April, May or June but have not been able to start yet. They will be given spaces first, followed by new bookings taken.

If you haven’t yet taken your theory test, now is the best time to be revising for this and theory tests can be booked for dates from end of June (however these dates may change again). By looking to get your theory test completed you will then only need to be allocated spaces in diary to prepare yourself for a driving test, again here we anticipate a large demand for driving tests once the system opens back up, we have been told that driving schools may be given first access to the booking system before general public so if you have already booked with us, we will be able to secure earlier dates for your test before these get taken by others.

If you already hold a full licence and fancy a career change, or maybe COVID-19 has placed you in a position to look for career options, then why not become a driving instructor. Finance is available to help fund your training course, full training will be provided and opportunities to work with our school on completion of the course. With a potential increase in demand for driving lessons post covid-19, now is a great time to train. Talk to us now about how to begin your new venture.

We require instructors in Blackburn, Bolton, Chorley, Lancaster, Morecambe and Barnoldswick, either teaching in manual or automatic cars.

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