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Provide official DVSA theory test e-learning for your pupils

As an approved driving instructor (ADI), you know just how important it is for your pupils to learn and understand the rules of the road.

Now it’s easier than ever to help them learn driving theory.

Licences to learn. Discounted.

As an independent ADI or driving school, you can now bulk buy licences for official DVSA car driving e-learning.

You can then give your pupils access to:

  • exclusive study content
  • all official DVSA theory test revision questions
  • 130 interactive hazard perception clips
  • a measure of theory test readiness
  • timed mock theory tests

Because you’re buying in bulk, you’ll make savings compared to buying individual licences.

And until 31 March 2024, TSO is offering 50% off the normal bulk-buy prices.

Helping you. Helping your pupils.

  • Advertise that you provide official DVSA e-learning
  • Monitor pupils’ progress and mock theory test results in your account overview
  • Help your pupils with the areas you can see they’re struggling with
  • Charge your pupils for access
  • Your pupils make a saving compared with buying directly from us

They learn. You earn.

Because you can charge your pupils for access, you can earn while helping them learn.

Example

Your pupils would normally pay £20 each for a 90-day licence when buying direct from TSO.

However, you pay just £9 per licence (if you buy 26 to 50 licences).

You decide to charge each pupil £18 for access. This means:

  • your pupils save £2 each (10%) on the usual price
  • you make £9 on each licence to cover your time assigning it and monitoring your pupil’s progress

This is just one example of how you could do it. You can choose the model that works best for your business.

If you’re self-employed, you can claim allowable business expenses for any licences you buy.

Get started today

Click here to find out more about this service and apply for access.

You can also find out more by registering for a free 45-minute webinar.

Thursday 7 March, 3:30pm to 4:15pm

Tuesday 26 March, 9:30am to 10:15am

Wednesday 17 April, 12:30pm to 1:15pm

Tuesday 30 April, 9:30am to 10:15am

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