Neath Port Talbot & Swansea Driving Instructors Association

Improving Road Safety for everyone by providing a high standard of training for all levels of drivers.
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A Little About The Association

In 2014 the Association underwent a change to 'Neath, Port Talbot and Swansea Driving Instructors Association' which required members to agree to a set of standards and code of conduct of which to work to. This ensured that all members would provide the same professional approach as each other and guarantees that each member is bound by the new governing body the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to work to the National Driver and Rider standards as set out by the DVSA. All members are regularly checked by the DVSA using the Standards Check to ensure that they remain qualified.

They are also subject to Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) background checks that clears them to work with young or vulnerable people. There is a wide range of options available to those who may be taking their first steps in driving or drivers who are returning for a refreshing of their skills.

Members of the Neath Port Talbot & Swansea Driving Instructors Association are showcased on this website. Each member of the association has their own page which will give background information on them along with their contact details. You will be able to contact them for whatever reason, including booking driving lessons. To view all instructors in the association, please click here.

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Driving Instructor Hugh Davies Hugh is from Valley School of Motoring, established since 2003 and provides a professional and reliable service at an affordable price.

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Driving Instructor Paul Moore Qualified DSA Instructor who is Pass Plus Registrered and can help with theory and hazard perception tests.

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Driving Instructor Sean Murphy Sean Murphy operates the Claytons Driving School, the home of Driving excellence. Find out more about the school.

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