Framar University Systems

Framar University Systems

5.0 (28)
33 hires on
7 employees
17 years in business

About this pro

For the past 9 years I've provided Superior driving instruction in the Metro Atlanta area. I specialize in helping clients who have English as a second language. Typically my students don't just pass the road test they pass with a high score!

Aside from just working with brand new drivers, I have extensive experience working with people who drove at one time, but had a lapse in their Driving Experience. So many times I will have mature adults come to me for brush up lessons, and I'm able to help them get past any inhibitions they may have really quickly. :-)

What i enjoy most is the process of seeing a person arrive at that moment when he/she realizes that they have made it - they've gotten the skill down and are ready to become a licensed driver.

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Jonesboro, GA 30236
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  • Susan Allotey

    The system was very fast and thanks so much for sending Frank he is a very wonderful person very good driver and an awesome teacher thing I didn’t know he make sure I know it even when I made mistakes he wasn’t angry he was so calm and patient with me thank you Frank for being so kind I would recommend Frank any day he is doing a very good job Frank your the best ..

  • Karlene Latibeaudiere

    Frank is the best instructor anyone could asked for

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  • Laurene Willingham

    Our child is getting quality tutoring services. Each session is purposeful and effective. The patience and passion of the instructor, Mr Frank is exactly what our child needed to be pushed to his full potential. The sessions consist of thoroughly planned agendas. Mr Frank promptly arrives for our child’s sessions. His teaching style is comfortable and reachable to his level of understanding. Each session ends with feedback on strengths and challenges. We are placed to have him as part of our child’s village.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Usually, the first lesson is always 2 hours because of the amount of information that is required to be covered. Typically I need to know a little about the student's experience behind the wheel and any concerns he/she may have.  Each client is treated as an individual utilizing differentiated instruction.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

As a certified driving instructor, I have taught hundreds of students.  Over the years I've accrued several success stories training clients from international cities who are just learning English.  I have also taken pleasure in teaching people with physical challenges how to operate a vehicle safely.  Finally, my training in human behaviorism has aided me in helping customers overcome various phobias and inhibitions they may have about getting behind the wheel. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Pricing is based upon factors starting with the locale of the pupil.  Additionally, we consider overall demand, current instructional promotions and any special needs a customer may have.

How did you get started teaching?

 I have been an educator for over two decades.  Driving instruction is something I took an interest in after a student at the secondary school I taught at was involved in a fatal crash.  This incident made me pay more attention to driving habits in metro Atlanta.  This observation made me determined to be a part of saving lives by providing quality behind the wheel instruction.  

What types of students have you worked with?

Most of my students initially expressed great reservations about driving.  It has been exciting to help many adults who thought they'd never become a licensed driver accomplish what they thought was impossible.  I specialize in helping clients whose primary language is other than English.   

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

It was especially gratifying to help one of my clients get a license after a week of intense training just in time to meet an employment deadline.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure you work with someone experienced and capable of getting the job done.  It is always surprising to me that a person would be willing to spend lavishly on name brand consumables, but want to pay the least possible for a skill that will carry them over a lifetime.  The skills I teach will pay for the lessons multiplied times over. :)

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Am I committed to the process required to get my license?

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