Ready To Hit The Road?
What Makes Our Drivers Ed Classes So Popular?
- Over 17,000 graduates
- First and longest running drivers education school in Middle Tennessee
- Over 100,000 hours of one-on-one behind-the-wheel training
Workforce Essentials Drivers Ed Classes are the perfect way to get started! We offer a number of advantages over other programs:
- Excellent Instructors who pass extensive background checks and qualification exams*
- Certified by the State of Tennessee Department of Safety
- Completion of the Course may qualify you for up to 15% off of your Auto Insurance!**
- Year-round classes
Please call our administrative office at 1.800.865.0981 with any questions. Thank you!
Workforce Essentials comprehensive drivers education classes for teens put parents at ease…and give young adults the knowledge and skills to make smart driving decisions.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s Hit the Road!
*Background checks provided through the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Instructor written and driving qualification exams are provided by the Tennessee Department of Safety.
**Not all insurance providers offer a discount for Drivers Ed Classes. Please check with your agent.
Driver Education FAQs
The Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) System places certain restrictions on teens under the age of 18 who have learner permits and driver licenses. The law went into effect on July 1, 2001. Applicants who are 18 or older and teens who have graduated from high school are not affected by the GDL law. Anyone under the age of 18 who has a learner permit will be prohibited from driving between the hours of 10pm and 6am When driving, permit holders must have a licensed driver age 21 or older in the vehicle with them. Seatbelt use is mandatory for everyone in the vehicle and passengers age 3 and under must be in an approved child restraint device. For more information about Graduated Licensing, visit the Tennessee Graduated Driver License Program.
We have a wide selection of cars available. You can request any available vehicle for your driving hours. We also have several supervising drivers available if you have a favorite instructor you’d prefer to drive with.
Some school systems may offer extracurricular credit for the successful completion of this course. It’s best to check with your school’s counselor to see if you qualify. If you do, we’ll provide the proof for their records.
Sometimes unexpected things happen. If you cannot attend some of your classes, we are happy to have you attend a makeup class during the next session. Please notify your instructor if you cannot attend class for any reason.
Local laws, requirements and rules of the road can change. Plus, where else can you learn to drive correctly, safely AND potentially save on your insurance premiums?
We offer a discount to military students and students who have a sibling taking the course at the same time. In order to receive the discount, you must provide verification of military ID or sibling enrollment during registration. For more information call 1-800-865-0981.
Check with your family’s insurance provider. Many providers do offer a premium discount to students who successfully complete a Certified Driver’s Ed Program like the ones we offer at Workforce Essentials.
You and your instructor will be the only people in the car during your instruction. No other passengers are allowed.
Driving can be scheduled concurrently with your classroom lessons. You can even start on the first day if you and your instructor feel you’re ready.
Nope. We will provide a comfortable, 4-door, dual-braking vehicle for your individual driving lessons. Our staff and fleet are fully insured.
The classroom time and behind-the-wheel drive time is determined by the Tennessee Department of Safety. This time is required in order to be a Certified Drivers Ed Program.
No. As a Certified Drivers Ed Program, we are allowed to teach you how to drive prior to you getting your license or learner’s permit.
You must not have reached your 21st birthday on the first day of class.