Instructor Training

How to become a Drivers Ed Instructor

Becoming a drivers ed instructor is an easy process and training that can take as little as 3-4 weeks. It can open a new career that allows you flexibility and a chance to earn a professional income. Below I will detail the steps needed to get started on your journey and new career.

  

At All Ages Driving School we provide a thorough, comprehensive TDLR Approved program of study to your prospective classroom & driving instructors at our facility. It is our intent that every prospect will exit the program with the knowledge required to teach safe driving in all situations & conditions.


Our mission is to create knowledgeable, courteous instructors who will improve the driving skills of your students. We believe that driving is both a privilege and a responsibility. All Ages Driving School takes pride in its strict adherence to the state law & TDLRregulations.

Different levels of Training

TA (Teacher Assistant): Allows for behind the wheel instruction. Must complete Phase 1 and 2. Cost = $350 per phase/Free with employee contract.


TA-Full (Teacher Assistant Full): Allows for in-car instruction and classroom instruction. Must complete Phase 1, 2 and 3. Cost = All Three Phases $1,200/Free with employee contract


DET (Drivers Education Teacher): DET is for those who are currently certified to teach in Texas Public Schools. It allows for both in-car instruction and classroom instruction as well as being Teacher of Record that over sees curriculum for the drivers education program. Requires Phase 1, 2, and 3. Cost = $1,200/Free with employee contract


ST (Supervising Teacher): This training provides for those who want to train instructors in becoming licensed Driver Education Instructors. This is the highest level of training one can receive. Requires Phase 1, 2, 3 and ST development course. Cost = Contact school.

Phase 1, 2 and 3

Phase 1 - 45 hours Total


18 hours - Direct classroom instruction from a certified teacher


• 11 hours - Independent study on specified topics completed outside the classroom


• 16 hours - Live classroom observation to learn driver education curriculum first hand 


Phase 2 - 45 hours Total


14 hours - Direct classroom instruction from a licensed supervising teacher.


24 hours - in-car instruction and observation.


7 hours - Independent Study on specified topics outside the classroom.


Phase 3 - 45 hours Total


11 hours - Direct classroom instruction from a certified teacher


10 hours - Observation of classroom teaching techniques as given by TDLR licensed Driver Education Teacher (DET) or Supervising Teacher (ST)


18 hours- Student teaching in the classroom under the supervision of TDLR licensed Driver Education Teacher (DET) or Supervising Teacher (ST)


6 hours - Independent study on specified topics completed outside of the classroom. 

Who to Contact at All Ages

 Please call Asif Hassni or text at 281-948-3800 for info on becoming a driver Ed teacher 

Training Dates

We provide instructor courses throughout the year, call anytime to sign up for the next course.


Spring 2018

Summer 2018

Fall 2018

Winter 2018


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Pre-Requisites

 

  • Good knowledge of the English language is required. Additional languages are a plus.
  • All trainees must be over the age of 21.
  • All trainees must have at least five (5) years of driving experience.
  • All trainees are required to provide, prior to enrollment, a copy of their: 
    1. valid driver's license
    2. copy of high school diploma, GED, or College Diploma.
    3. copy of current driving record. The trainee must have six or less penalty points on his driving record during the preceding 36 month period.

  • All trainees should have a "good reputation" as defined by the Driver Training Programs Commissioner’s Rules.
  • All trainees must sign a Trainee Enrollment Contract.
  • All trainees are required to complete Phase I and Phase II in order to get the minimum certification (TA).
  • All work required for Phase I must be completed before starting Phase II. Trainees may attend the classroom session for Phase II after attending the classroom session for Phase I. It is not necessary to complete the outside work for Phase I to attend the classroom session for Phase II.
  • All work required for Phase II must be completed before starting Phase III. Trainees may attend the classroom session for Phase III after attending the classroom session for Phases I & II. It is not necessary to complete the outside work for Phases I & II prior to attending the classroom session for Phase III.

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All Ages Driving School

(832) 327-7233

Hours

Monday - Friday: 2p.m. - 7p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Sunday: Closed