Red School — Driving Instructors Training
My experience with the Red School is a negative one. Once it gets the money from aspirant ADIs its initial enthusiasm and commitment is die down. It has partnered Barclays Bank in the UK which indirectly supports the school regardless of customers' satisfaction with Red School.
Red School's commitment to me has been one of failure as it has not provided me the requied number of lessons to enable me to pass my practical test within a year to avoid bank's interest charges. It is in Red School's interest for would-be ADIs not to pass their test within a year so that Barclays Bank make money from exhorbitant interest charges.
Red School has been capitalising on the recession by targetting its exaggerated and misleading media advertisements in the print, electronic and the new media at the unsuspecting members of the public, many of whom who are seeking jobs or have been made redundant.
Red School has been fussy when I have requested further tuitions. My Part II test in January had to be postponed because I could secure further training from them to prepare for my test. I was told additional practical sessions are subject to availability. Many a times I was refused further training beyond the 7 practical lessons they allow. I was also refused me a car for my part two test on the pretext that the test is outside their catchment area. The booking office has failed to step up my message and return my call.