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£45,000 - £50,000 Marquis Leisure Guildford, Surrey, South East
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Training Academy Team Leader Riverside Resourcing & Consultancy Ltd Derbyshire, East Midlands, UK £40,000 - £50,000
Technical Trainer - Truck, Trailer & Plant Auto Skills UK Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, East £30,000 - £40,000
Driver Trainer - Peterborough - £31k - £35k + exce Auto Skills UK Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, East £30,000 - £40,000
Motor Vehicle Tutor Ingenia Recruitment South Tyneside, England, United Kingdom From £9,000
Home-based Light and Heavy Vehicle Technical Coach Ingenia Recruitment North East, UK £28,000 - £31,000
HGV Trainer Ingenia Recruitment Loughborough, Leicestershire, East Midlands £28,000 - £31,000
Light and Heavy Vehicle Trainer Ingenia Recruitment Derby, Derbyshire, East Midlands £28,000 - £31,000
Direct Employer Vehicle Inspector Cox Automotive Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire Upto £1
Direct Employer Vehicle Inspector Cox Automotive Colchester, England, United Kingdom
Direct Employer Compliance GDPR Officer Swansway Group Crewe, England, United Kingdom £25,000 - £30,000
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The different kinds of instructors in the automotive industry are mechanical training instructors, driving instructors, regional technical trainers, LGV instructors, vehicles trainers, engine instructors, MHE instructors, body repair instructors, and automotive engineering lecturers. All these instructors provide automotive training and mark/assess the performance of the students or trainees, most of them also prepare the course dossiers or lesson plans.

The eligibility criteria for automotive instructor jobs vary depending on the kind of role and job responsibilities. Most of the instructor positions require the candidates to have a designated degree/certification, driving licence, and experience of working in a similar role. The skill-set can also differ but some essential ones are strong communication and facilitation skills.

The average per annum income for the instructors jobs in the automotive industry varies based on the factors like the position, working hours, employee, and knowledge/experience required for a role. Overall, the automotive instructors earn well, they are offered competitive salary packages with benefits such as a contributory pension scheme, healthcare benefits like private medical insurance, and vehicle discounts.

You can make a brilliant career working as an instructor in the automotive industry if you have a passion for vehicles and the ambition to excel in a trainer or instructor role. Ranging from the driving trainer jobs to automotive engineering lecturers and mechanical training instructors, there are promising prospects and professional progression opportunities for different roles.

Currently, there are plenty of job openings for automotive instructors in the UK. As long as the driving schools, automobile technical, engineering, and other institutes and body repair workshops need trainers these instructors will be in demand. Simplify your job hunt by making a quick and appealing professional profile on InAutomotive!

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What are Automotive Instructor Jobs Like 

The instructor roles in the automotive industry are mechanical training instructors, LGV instructors, driving instructors, regional technical trainers, vehicle trainers, engine instructors, body repair instructors, and lecturers in automotive engineering. The mechanical training instructors are required to have a mechanical engineering qualification and must pass and attend the Defence Instructional Techniques certificate. Technical trainers need experience in performing automotive repair and ought to be familiar with automotive system diagnosis and repair procedure knowledge. The eligibility criteria for driving instructor jobs are having a valid driving licence and relevant experience. Employees prefer candidates for LGV instructors that have at least a Category C entitlement for more than two years.

Automotive Instructor Jobs’ Responsibilities 

Mechanical training instructors prepare and maintain the course dossiers, and evaluate/give feedback to the students. They are responsible for the servicing and maintenance of the equipment that is used by the students. Technical trainers provide training on vehicles equipped with complex electromechanical or automotive systems. The regional trainers handle the operations of the designated training hub. They oversee fleet management and daily inventory. LGV instructors run a check on training vehicles on a regular basis, they compile and complete the course’s paperwork. The driving instructor jobs responsibilities include preparing lessons according to students’ specific needs and providing knowledge and instructions on different parts of a vehicle and aspects of driving. 

Skills Required to Build Automotive Instructor Careers 

Apart from having a thorough and updated knowledge of the vehicles and automotive industry, stellar communication skills both verbal and written are essential for the automotive instructors. Attention to detail and sound organisation and time management skills are needed for pursuing a driving instructor career. LGV instructors ought to have an excellent level of accuracy and standards of literacy for drafting quality coursework. They must have a professional demeanour as well. Individuals with active listening and flexibility to travel will fit better in the body repair instructor role. Searching for a trainer or instructor job in the automotive industry? InAutomotive has job listings by sought-after employers!