Depends on where you work.
Some places pay per CBT or lesson, with increments for additional pupils, some pay an hourly rate, just as in a normal job.
Some places insist you use your own machine and pay for your own fuel, others provide everything you need.
Some places get you to come in, as and when required, others places employ instructors full time.
Depends on how big, how well established and how professional the ATB is.
An ATB with a good reputation will be able to charge a premium rate for a lesson and be able to afford to look after their instructors better, hence being able to be choosy over which instructors they employ, hence the good rep.
Cbt Test Leicester
if you are DAS qualified you must have had an examiner and trainer to put you through your paces and ended up in bedford or another test centre to get passed letters cbt do not come into it, unless you are conducting the test now to your question £90 – £100 per cbt only two trainees at a time 4-5 hours is the minimum required training time 2 hrs in enclosed space ie school / car park, 2 hrs on the road. direct access £500 for a 3-4 day course including cbt for over 21s and test fees, the test being conducted on a 500cc motorcycle forgot the hp required as its years ago. you will need to buy at least 2 x125s geared Yamaha Sr125s are good for this and 1x 500cc the usual bikes are ER5s and all insurance if your good at the business £600- £1000 a week minus the above and remember reduce the fee for their own bike and make sure they are insured, you are responsible while you are training them. if you work for somebody else ? crap.
Mostly self employeed. Expect training, for an ADI, to cost in the region of £3000+. Then after buying renting a place with offroad riding space, getting a few bikes and the gear and THEN building up a good reputation over the years and actually being any good you might be looking at operating turnover of £30k/annum. Turnover is NOT profit and takehome money!!!
Mate of mine is an instructor in Leicester. He earns between £12000 and £15000 a year depending on student intake and pass rate. He is also a police class one rider although retired from the force.
he knows he could earn more quite easily but he likes the buzz he gets from taking a complete novice and making them into a safe and competent motorcyclist. I guess if you love something then its a great thrill to be able to teach it to others.
As somebody else has already mentioned, it depends on the area / school. If your priority is money, find another career!
has it’s up’s and down’s ok in the summer crap in the winter.I was an instructor for 14 year’s (you will go grey bald suffer from piles )
I would say 30ks a year cos d other guy said 40
with what they charge a lot more than me
I would say 40k a year.