My name is Mark Wardle and I have been driving for almost 30 years now. For a long time my job involved driving 100's of miles every week and in 2013 I worked out that at that point I had driven just over 1,000,000 miles
I love people, I love driving and I love passing on my knowledge, so in March 2014 I decided to combine what I was good at and trained as a driving instructor. Initially I worked for BSM but set up my own school in 2015. Every day is a real pleasure, seeing pupils overcome nerves and anxieties and succeed is an absolute privilege. It was the best decision I ever made!
I take my football very seriously and support West Ham, which has helped me deal well with any daily knock backs!! I like a banter and enjoy a good laugh with my pupils, but I am firm and I have high standards and expectations. When I do get time off I love a game of golf and spending time with my family.
I feel lucky to have found a career I enjoy so much and look forward to doing it for a long time to come.
Hi, I'm Rob Moore and I have been driving for almost 10 years.
I have always had an obsession with all things car related and whilst I initially followed a career in retail management I think I was destined to be a driving instructor. Whilst retails management was very different it did teach me about customer service and the importance of happy clients!
I met Mark when i was working for BSM and once he set up on his own driving school I decided to join him. Being an instructor is a brilliant job and I love helping my pupils achieve. Each day is different and each pupil is different and I look forward to what every day brings.
Being an instructor takes up a large amount of my time but on the odd occasion I get some free time I like nothing more than a good meal and the occasional pint and to combat the sedentary life style I lead I regularly go to the gym!
Adam spent 22 years in the Army as an Armoured Reconnaissance and Tank Commander with experience as a weapons and Communications Instructor with time served teaching at RMAS (Sandhurst). He became a Driving Instructor in 2010 so has many years of experience. Adam's hobbies include caravanning, walking out with his dog (Archie) and holidaying around the world (not in the caravan!). Adam has a great sense of humour and is a calm and patient instructor who likes nothing more that seeing his students progress and improve.