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14 Years
 Experience  behind the wheel as an ADI 

My name is John Williams and I gave up my business and retired just over fourteen years ago. It didn't take long to realise that retirement was not for me. So I trained to be a driving instructor.

I enjoy my work as a driving instructor and enjoy meeting all kinds of people of all ages. They're not always 17 years old and I usually have a range from 17 to, my oldest pupil, Gwen, who was 83. Yes, she did pass!  

I enjoy the chat and having a laugh with them. But, most of all, I get a real buzz out of when they pass their driving test and get a licence.

I try to tailor the pace of my lessons to the individual pupil. Some are exceptionally nervous and need to be encouraged to make progress at a pace that they are comfortable with. Some can be a touch overconfident and have to be shown how to get a good foundation to their driving.

Everyone is different.

I would encourage pupils to ask lots of questions about their driving lessons rather than to just do what I tell them. To be a good driver it's important to understand why we do things in a certain way.

But don't just take my word for it. Check out some of the things my wonderful pupils have been kind enough to say about my driving lessons.

Recently, I've started to train people to become qualified driving instructors or ADI's. There's currently a shortage due to no one being trained due to COVID and it may be a good career change for someone.

There may even be financial assistance to help with the cost of training

If this is something you or someone you know may be interested in, get them to give me a call for a chat about it.  

07795 494833

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