Teaching others how to drive is a rewarding career, both in earning potential and personal satisfaction knowing you’ve helped make a difference in the lives of teens and adults. With flexible part-time and full-time hours, driver education instructors have a positive impact on young drivers while earning a great supplemental part-time income or a competitive salary. We also offer 401 (k) matching, health, vision, and dental insurance for full-time instructors.
Driving Instructors teach students the basics of driving and assist them throughout the process of acquiring their Michigan driver’s license. Responsibilities include teaching driving theory, explaining and practicing driving techniques, coordinating examinations, teaching defensive driving maneuvers, and monitoring student progress.
This is a great job for retirees, veterans, teachers, or anyone looking for a rewarding career change at a dynamic and growing organization. The typical pay range is $40,000-$60,000.
To qualify as a driving instructor in the state of Michigan, you must hold a Michigan Driver Education Instructor Certification. You must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license that has been in continuous effect for not less than 5 years, provide your driver’s license number, complete a criminal history check, and pass a general medical exam.
Under Michigan state law, all driver education instructors must complete the Instructor Preparatory Program (IPP). *10 And 2 will pay for the required classes for prospective instructors needing to acquire their certification.
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