Representing Driving Instructors in Scotland


The aim of the Driving Instructors Scottish Council is to represent, inform and support Driving Instructor Associations in Scotland, to play a role in the strategy, policy making and development of Driver Training at a national UK level and to retain full consultative status with the DSA and all other national driver training organisations.


If you would like to affiliate your local Driving Instructor Association with DISC and have your voice heard at a national level, please contact 

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History

The current DISC structure was formed in 1995, and has grown in membership over the years and has now reached a position where it represents more Scottish Driving Instructor Associations than any other organisation. DISC is a voluntary organisation with no paid positions.

Any driving instructor association in Scotland can apply for affiliation to DISC, and associations from across the country are represented. Each association nominates two delegates to attend Council meetings where they can raise, discuss and debate matters of either local or national importance to the driver training industry. Where appropriate, proposals are taken forward on their behalf by a management committee elected by Council. The elected positions are Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and Conference Secretary.

DISC has full consultative status with the DSA and is actively involved in working directly with the DSA as well as in partnership with all of the other UK National Associations with consultative status (ADINJC, DIDU, MSA, DIA and UNITE)

We regularly offer opportunities for CPD as well as developing presentations that can be delivered locally by Associations to their membership.


Click here to view our current courses.

Should these be of interest to you please contact our CPD coordinator by e-mail