Become a Driving Instructor
Our Illinois Secretary of State approved instructor training course meets all the necessary guidelines and requirements that you will need to obtain your Instructor’s License
Why become a driving instructor?
Fulfilling Career: As a driving instructor, you will have the satisfaction of helping students achieve an important life skill and ensuring road safety.
Flexibility: You can choose to work part-time or full-time, set your own hours, and enjoy a work-life balance that fits your needs.
Job Security: There is always a demand for driving instructors, as there will always be new drivers looking to learn how to drive.
Compensation: Driving instructors can earn a competitive salary and have the opportunity to earn more with experience and a good reputation.
Driving instructors may start out working for a driving school or government agency.
With experience and education, driving instructors may advance to supervisory, management, and even ownership of a driving school branch.
Continuous education is essential for driving instructors to maintain their licenses and stay up-to-date with changes in driving laws and techniques.
A career as a driving instructor can be rewarding and offer opportunities for growth and advancement.
Be at least 21 years old
Hold a valid driver’s license for at least 2 years
Have a clean driving record
No felonies or misdemeanors. (fingerprints required by the SOS)
Complete a driving instructor training program of 48 Hrs approved by the Illinois Secretary of State
Pass a written exam and a driving skills test.
How to Start
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Four Steps to a Driver’s License
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Driver’s Ed Classes and Driving Lessons
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely. Our courses have been designed to meet each student where they are in the process of learning to drive, and our test-prep courses have ensured that students can pass their permit and road tests with confidence and ease.
MyDA’s highly trained, state-licensed instructors are used to accommodating students who have apprehensions about driving a car. Lessons are conducted at a pace that best fits a student’s needs, and will only move forward to more advanced skills when the student feels comfortable.
Our permit-test preparation course has helped thousands of driving students pass the permit exam. At the end of the two-hour course, students take practice tests similar to the real exam to reinforce the knowledge gained during the class.
Yes. Visit this page or call us at (630) 760-2255 to get started.
No one can guarantee how quickly or slowly things will move at the SOS, but in general Fridays are more crowded than other days, and afternoons are more crowded than mornings.
It is strongly recommended that anyone who needs to visit a Secretary of State facility should make an appointment in advance at the SOS’s scheduling site. Permit-test or road-test appointments should be scheduled with time to spare.
The Secretary of State’s Facility Finder lists all SOS-location addresses in Illinois, along with their hours of operation, phone numbers, and other useful information.
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Our Illimois Secretary of State approved instructor training course meets all the necessary guidelines and requirements that you will need to obtain your Instructor’s License