South Essex College joins forces with System Driving School
South Essex College, which has three campuses across Southend, Basildon and Grays has selected System Driving School as its partner of choice to offer its 9,000 students access to top notch driving instruction at discounted rates.
Jane Belcher, Head of Student Services from South Essex College said: “We have chosen to work with System Driving School as we were impressed with their commitment to not just teaching pupils how to pass their test, but to teaching how to handle a car effectively and safely, which is essential on today’s roads”.
System Driving School, which has male and female instructors and provides driving lessons for anyone over the age of 17 with a provisional licence, was founded in 1971 and teaches the ‘Roadcraft’ system which is used by the Police and is considered the safest formula for driving. The school only uses new cars and its instructors undergo regular driving skills updates, each one is registered with the Department of Vehicle Standards Agency, is CRB checked and is committed to getting their pupils driving safely. In fact, the school is so advanced it has a number of ORDIT-registered Driving Instructor Trainers, placing it as one of the most progressive driving schools in the County.
Kevin De’Cort, managing director of System Driving School said: “I am so proud that South Essex College has chosen System Driving School, we look forward to welcoming their students and sitting shoulder to shoulder with them while we teach them how to drive safely and effectively”. Further information on System Driving School can be obtained from www.systemdrivingschool.co.uk.