Chauffeur Training Course
The term chauffeur is used to describe a person employed to drive a passenger motor vehicle. Originally such drivers were always personal servants of the vehicle owner, but now in many cases specialist chauffeur service companies or individual drivers provide both driver and vehicle for hire, although there are service companies that just provide the driver. Examples of chauffeur jobs can include transporting business executives to and from meetings, escorting public figures and VIP's. The job can include very long days with a lot of time spent waiting for your passenger.
It is important when considering this as a career that you enjoy driving, have a high standard of driving ability and know how to control a vehicle in bad weather conditions and in an emergency. You should also have some knowledge of vehicle maintenance, be of smart appearance and polite. In addition, navigation skills are a must. Some local authorities will require you to have a licence but not all of them yet. We have no doubt that this will become a requirement for the future.Course Content
As with all our training courses our specialist driving instructor is highly experienced in all aspects of Chauffeuring and Close Protection having been employed on countless high and low profile jobs and as an instructor for over 10 years.
Residential Options for Accommodation:
The price for accommodation includes a full breakfast and a three course evening meal as well as full use of the Leisure Club Facilities. Further details can be found on our accommodation page.