West Wales School of Motoring Course Details and Prices (manual/automatic car)

Our intensive courses are specially tailored to suit all learners at every level who have passed their DVSA Driving Theory Test. Residential courses include collection and return from Carmarthen/Aberystwyth rail/coach station, the DVSA Practical Driving Test fee, one-to-one tuition and family-run B&B accommodation in Cardigan or Newcastle Emlyn. To assess which course is best for you, choose from the following according to your experience and ability.
*Please note the number of days booked will include the practical driving test day.

Residential and Non-residential
Intensive Driving Courses

Course Duration

Description

Cost


25 hours over 5 days
(5 nights B&B/
5 days driving)
This intensive course is suitable for the confident learner with experience of junctions, roundabouts, manoeuvres and hill starts.
Residential
£995
Non-residential
£865

30 hours over 6 days
(6 nights B&B/
6 days driving)
This course is tailored to the learner who has some experience of junctions and manoeuvres with good clutch control.
Residential
£1,195
Non-residential
£995

35 hours over 7 days
(7 nights B&B/
7 days driving)
This course is designed for the learner who has experience of junctions and some clutch control.
Residential
£1,395
Non-residential
£1,150

40 hours over 8 days
(8 nights B&B/
8 days driving)
This course is suitable for the learner who has driven on the road, is confident with gears and has some clutch control.
Residential
£1,595
Non-residential
£1,300

45 hours over 9 days
(9 nights B&B/
9 days driving)
This course is tailored to the learner with limited experience driving on the road and with ability to change gears.
Residential
£1,795
Non-residential
£1,450

50 hours over 10 days
(10 nts B&B/
10 days driving)
This course is for the novice driver who has some experience of driving off the road and in car parks.
Residential
£1,995
Non-residential
£1,600

60 hours over 12 days
(12 nts B&B/
12 days driving)
This course is specially tailored to the new novice with only limited off road driving.
Residential
£2,395
Non-residential
£1,900

70 hours over 14 days
(14 nts B&B/
14 days driving)
This course is intended for the novice who has passed their Theory Test but has no driving experience.
Residential
£2,795
Non-residential
£2,200

Refresher Courses

Ideal for those who have failed their practical test and need help reaching
the required standard and for ‘parked drivers’ who lack the confidence to get back on the road.

Course Duration

Description

Cost


20 hours over 4 days
(4 nts B&B/
4 days driving)
This course is tailored to drivers who need to address the faults incurred during their test and would welcome a confidence boost.
Residential
£795
Non-residential
£699

15 hours over 3 days
(3 nts B&B/
3 days driving)
This course is suitable for the confident driver who has incurred just a few faults during their test and needs to fine-tune their skills.
Residential
£625
Non-residential
£550

Starting from scratch: Theory and learn
DVSA Driving Theory Test

Course Duration

Description

Cost


25 hours over 5 days
(5 nts B&B/
5 days driving)
This is for the complete novice who needs to pass the DVSA Driving Theory Test (in preparation for DVSA Practical Driving Test) and start learning on the road. The course includes Theory Test fee, 5 nights B&B accommodation and 10 hours theory/15 hours driving (depending on student requirement).
Residential
£950
Non-residential
£799

PASS PLUS Courses

Lesson Duration

Description

Cost


6 hours
Pass Plus covers motorway, dual carriageway, town, rural, night and bad weather driving.
£140

6-9 hours + 3 hours in classroom
Pass Plus Cymru For students between 17­ and 25 years of age living in Wales. Also includes motorway, dual carriageway, town, rural, night and bad weather driving. There is an additional 3 ­hour classroom session.
£20
Yes only £20!

Minimum 2 hour assessment
BTEC Level 1 and 2 Award – Demonstrate Safe Driving (Car Driving): For drivers who have passed their test with at least 10 hours driving experience. Includes written and oral assessment. Add this qualification to your CV and gain a competitive edge when you apply for university or college, it will also help to save on your insurance.

Passing BTEC Level 1 is equivalent to achieving:
GCSE grade D-G
Key Skills level 1
NVQ level 1
Skills for Life level 1
Foundation Diploma

Passing BTEC Level 2 is equivalent to achieving:
GCSE Grade A*-C
Key Skills level 2
NVQ level 2
Skills for Life level 2
Higher Diploma

£145

Download Course Details and Price List as PDF