Driving Instructor Vacancies

Opportunities with Antonine Driving School....

Antonine Learner Car Driving Instructor Vacancies: Antonine Driving School is a family run business that teaches people from the local area to drive confidently, skillfully and defensively. We operate across North Lanarkshire to Bishopbriggs; taking in the Cumbernauld and Kilsyth areas; the Kirkintilloch and Lenzie localities; across to the Moodiesburn and Gartcosh jurisdiction; and including the Muirhead, Cardowan, Stepps and Baillieston district.(see Map below).

Franchise Opportunities

Franchise opportunities are currently available for Driving Instructors who are looking to operate under the umbrella of Antonine Driving School.

As a school, Antonine Driving School generates a substantial amount of work through it's Pupil Sourcing Service. This Service is provided as part of any Franchise agreement entered into with Antonine. On top of that, there is a wealth of knowledge and experience of teaching driving that can be tapped into, and plenty of supportive guidance to be had for anyone who is looking to come on board. Full details about our Franchise Programme is available at an informal meeting further to application.

So, if you are someone who is looking to develop their teaching skills in a professional way, and are also looking to enjoy the benefits of working with an established Driving School, gaining all the support and experience that comes alongwith, then get in touch for an informal chat. We're always happy to discuss the possibility of a new member joining our Driving Instructor community, and working with us to help both themselves, and Antonine, grow.

We very much look forward to hearing from you.

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