Thank you to all our driving instructors who recently attended The Big Conversation at Hanbury Manor, Ware, Herts.
It was great to get together in splendid surroundings and catch up with old friends as well as meeting new instructors who have recently joined us.
We hope you all had a fabulous time, the feedback has been exceptional and I trust you are encouraged by the success this company is experiencing right now.
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The month end results are in for February 2013 and we’re thrilled that the number of driving lessons being sold in all areas has increased by a massive 69% compared with the same time last year.
This is great news for all our driving instructors across the UK. While some schools are still battling through the effects of the recession it seems that our frequent campaigns and relentless on line advertising is paying off.
If you’re considering a career as a driving instructor do get in touch. Then really is no better time than now to have that conversation with our advisors.
Are you interested in training to become a driving instructor?
Have you got questions that you would like answered face-to-face?
How useful would it be for you to meet the people who train you? No pressure, no sales pitch, just an opportunity to find out more that this worthwhile career has to offer.
If this is of interest to you then feel free to join us at an informal get-together from 6pm on Thursday 21st February 2013 at The Best Western Manor House Hotel, Alsager, Cheshire.
Please CLICK HERE for directions.
To reserve a place please call us today on 0800 08 38 441. We look forward to seeing you there.
Be sure to look out for the Results of SUREPASS INSTRUCTOR OF THE YEAR 2012 – PUBLICATION VERY SHORTLY!
He bought a 10 hour Fast Pass course at the end of June 2012 and by the 24th July had passed both the theory and practical tests. He wants to thank Surepass and also give massive thanks to Rachel, his instructor, for all her help. Andy wanted to say, “She is extremely professional and very patient. I would recommend her and Surepass to anyone!!!!”
Surepass recently underwent a periodic ORDIT premises inspection and came through with flying colours; the Examiner was very impressed with all aspects of our ORDIT procedures.
Providing the icing on the cake was that JOHN WARRINER who passed another inspection with excellent marks. John has asked us to offer his deep appreciation to Mark Tilling, who assisted John on the day and apparently turned in a brilliant performance.
It’s a fact, if Surepass was a Premier League Soccer Team, right now they would be looking a playing in Europe next season!
No, seriously, a recent very reliable, professional body places Surepass in 4th place amongst the top 13 UK Driving Instructor Training Providers.
Please put your hands together For Alan Tate and Anthony Neal who both recently qualified under the guidance of our West Yorkshire Senior Training Manager, Sam Hirst. – Very well done
Anthony Norgrove is the latest PDI to join the “Hall of Fame” by qualifying with a very creditable 5/5. In a letter to the SUREPASS Grapevine Newsletter, Anthony wrote:
The experience and knowledge that I have gained through my attendance at ATS has been absolutely invaluable. I took my first Part 3 as a direct attempt, and obtained a score of 5-3. I therefore needed help in particular on the phase 2 of the test. I really believe that by attending the ATS days I was able to build up my knowledge and expertise on both phases and the increase in knowledge for phase 2 meant that I got the score up to a 5 and 5 on my second attempt.
The ATS attendees were like a big family, helping each other along the way.
ATS provided a really valuable forum to discuss any issues relating to PDI life, and addressing any queries which cropped up as we progressed.
The day before my second Part 3 attempt, I simply went through the notes I had written on your ATS Classroom days; I felt that I didn’t really need to do anything other than to get the relevant parts out on test the following day.
I’m so impressed and so happy to be a qualified ADI.