UDIDIT Driver & Instructor Training
Learn Something New Today
Welcome to the home of high quality tuition where we are celebrating over 30 years of success. This is the place where you can learn new skills, create a lifetime of opportunities and feel accomplished, every single day. Take a look at our gallery which demonstrates our long and proven track record. Why settle for any other?
About Our Driving Tuition
Learning Has No Bounds
Since 1990 Stu Walker has had the opportunity to help countless students acquire foundational skills, develop new techniques and confidently move forward in their learning journey. Known for high quality tuition, using over 30 years of experience, we provide a wide range of courses to support students from all backgrounds and levels in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
SME-News Award Winner 2019 & 2020
Best Driver and Instructor Training Service (Nottinghamshire) & East Midlands
Stu is an official Grade A.
Not all driving instructors are the same. Only 30% of them are quality assured Grade A by the DVSA. Until the grading structure changed he was a Grade 6 (highest) which placed him in the top 6% of instructors.
Former Head of Instructor Training for a National Driving School producing thousands of new instructors, a widely experienced instructor who has trained people from over 30 different countries and often has a queue of people waiting to start learning.
UDIDIT is now growing into a driving school offering a wider selection of products.
Recent Zero Fault Passes
Adding to a successful haul of 4 zero heroes in 2021, here are more from 2022/3 Just over 1% of candidates pass with zero faults each year. To pass with zero faults at the very first attempt is even rarer - around 0.5%
Huge Congratulations to these pupils who are clearly superstars!
Look at all these passes!
Here is a selection of very happy people from the hundreds of satisfied customers we've had over the years. Countless more passed before mobile phones and cameras were a thing.
Connor Farmer 1st.jpg
Charlie Repton 1st.jpg
Kelvyn Harrel 1st time.jpg
Brad Wing 1st time.jpg
Kirsty Witts 1st.jpg
Lauryn Booth 1st.jpg
Dean Clarke 1st.jpg
Zero faults Megan Brett.jpg
Jared Barlow Passes in style.jpg
Dan Caffrey Passes in two weeks.jpg
Julie Cable - Another first time pass.jp
Susan Matthews Passes.jpg
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Denise Montero Britas.jpg
Chris Confidential zero.jpg
Zac Reilly zero.jpg
Lewis Graham zero.jpg
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide automatic lessons?
Not currently but check back regularly for updates.
Do you provide Intensive Courses
We are currently fully booked but check back regularly for updates.
I need to pass quickly, can you help
There are a number of factors you need to consider to understand if your expectations are realistic. Does your training provider have the time? Currently demand is so high, it is unlikely that we will have spare spaces. given that the test waiting times are between 17-20 weeks, this also makes it unlikely to be able to do things quickly. There is a small chance of finding a cancelation but these are usually very short notice. This means you will need to be ready to take a test within days.
My Instructor has let me down and won't take me for test, can I use your car?
A Driving Instructor's car and reputation is their livelihood and understandably, this means we are very particular about who we entrust them to. Without a thorough assessment on a variety of roads and in varying traffic conditions, it is extremely unlikely that they will allow someone to use their vehicle for a test at very short notice.
Why don't you offer discounts for block booking like other schools?
At UDIDIT we like to make lessons affordable and keep to one lesson price. We don't like the idea of trying to fool you with offers of reduced priced lessons. If you work it out many of the deals offering 'free lessons' they are actually covered by increasing the cost of standard lesson prices. We don't do this!
How many lessons will I need?
This is an almost impossible question to answer accurately. DVSA (the agency who conduct the test) tell us that their surveys show an average number of 45 hours along with 20 hours of private practice. Many factors affect the number either positively or negatively. A person who doesn't study well or doesn't use private practice is likely to increase the number of lessons they'll need. Some people who appear naturally gifted have actually worked hard to make it look easy.
In truth, the number of lessons you need depends upon the type of student you are.
What They’re Saying
"STU, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING SO PATIENT AND HELPING ME PASS. YOU'RE AN AMAZING INSTRUCTOR" - AGNES