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Driving Instructor Training with LDC

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About the driving instructor job opportunity

We provide you with the means to earn money directly from your pupils and you in turn pay us. This method of operating is often referred to as a job franchise. All the other major driving schools in the UK offer driving instructor jobs on this basis. Typically a large weekly franchise fee of between £180 and £250 per week is paid often whether work is supplied or not. As you will appreciate this type of set up can potentially leave you out of pocket if insufficient work is provided. It also means the driving schools interests are really at odds with the instructors interests, as they will always want to put more cars into an area even if it means the work is spread out too thinly. However, this doesn't happen with LDC because of the innovative way in which we work with our instructors.

Charlotte and Roger Training

Pay less - earn more
We believe nobody can offer you better value for money, earnings potential or job satisfaction. Below are just some of the reasons why we claim this.

For more details about how the franchise works and why we are so different from other national driving schools please visit www.yourldc.co.uk.

This is a genuine opportunity to be your own boss and run your own LDC driving school business with all the support necessary to help ensure you succeed. We only charge a small weekly fee of £42 with all other services being optional and if you were to include the rental of a 5 door Corsa Design with insurance the weekly cost would be around £128 - still a big saving over any other national driving school. This ensures you only pay for what you need and that charges for optional services have to be very competitive to keep your custom. The support provided as part of this weekly fee is usually sufficient to keep our instructors busy, however, we do also provide an additional pupil generation service for more specialist types of marketing. The weekly franchise fee also includes the supply of materials to on-sell or rent to your pupils thus generating an additional income to off-set up to 50% of this fee.

With regards to the car, you can either rent or buy a driving school car from us at a subsidised rate (up to 30% discount), or use your own car (if suitable) - the choice is yours. Thus you can be assured of keeping your car costs to a minimum. Also unique to LDC is the option to choose the type of car you want to drive. Any car that you do obtain will have your own name and contact details incorporated into the standard LDC car livery to help generate more work straight to you. Hence, the car cost can be as little as £50 per week rising to £80 if fully insured, maintained and rented (i.e. including the franchise fee about £92 to £128 per week).

A real part time job opportunity
Because of the very low fixed weekly franchise fee and the flexible car options, LDC offers one of the very few driving school franchises that is truly affordable by those who wish to work on a part-time basis. This is ideal for those who only wish to semi-retire and earn an income to supplement their pension. It is also ideal for those who want to operate as a driving instructor while carrying on another job either on a permanent basis if practical or temporarily until they are confident that they want to operate as an LDC driving instructor full time.

Become a local LDC driving school owner
It is important to us that you see this as your business within the area that you operate. If you need someone to manage you and tell you what to do we would strongly suggest you consider the other higher fixed fee driving school franchises, as these are more likely to better suit you. We are looking for people who want to run their own LDC driving school business and maximise their income while having the protection of a big company to fall back on if necessary.

Most driving school franchises want their instructors to be totally dependent upon them so they can charge them high franchise / car rental fees and make it difficult for them to leave. The contracts are very controlling and restrictive with a minimum term of 1 to 2 years with discount clawbacks, non-disclosure clauses and the right to take all your pupils if you leave. Such driving instructors earn very little after the school gets its cut. LDC on the other hand does the exact opposite and relies on offering good value for money to keep your custom. Low fees and good value for money service have enabled LDC to grow by keeping more of the people we train rather than by selling thousands of driving instructor training courses and accepting the majority will fail or leave shortly after joining as occurs in the majority of other national driving schools. This is another reason why LDC is so different - we recognise the importance of keeping good instructors to grow the reputation of the method and the brand.

With LDC you are not only more likely to earn more than with any other driving school franchise, you are also likely to earn more than if you were operating the business totally on your own as an independent one-man driving school.

Gill
Gill
"The training was very thorough and completely enjoyable, with a superb system of training, with lots of back up... after just a year I can honestly say I can't think of a better way to earn my living."
Peter
Peter
"For me the deal clincher was the chance to join the amazing driving school franchise. I run my own business whilst having the considerable support of a nationwide company with a family business feeling."
Andy
Andy
"I gave up my regular job, and right from the first week I have been busy doing what I set out to do, teach people to drive! I love every minute... My only regret is that I didn't do it 5 years earlier."