Maryburgh School of Motoring was established in May 1984 by Brian A. Campbell who was Educated at Dornoch Adademy, finishing his education at
I passed my driving test in 1972. I then chose a driving career in 1978, passing my HGV1 test, bus test, followed by adding the
In 1989, I passed my Road Transport Industry Training Board test to become registered as a Heavy Goods Instructor at High Ercall in
In 1993 we became a registered Training unit for the Highland Council carrying out training and testing of mini-bus drivers. In 1996, my name was added to the National register for Disability Tuition which is now known as The Queen Elizabeth's Foundation Mobility Centre at Carshalton in
In 1992, I formed the Ross-Shire Driving Instructors Association to which I was elected Chairman. In 2003 I was elected Chairman again.
In November 2004, Maryburgh School of Motoring won the DSA Pass Plus Award. This award was presented for the marketing of the scheme and was open to over 23,000 Instructors throughout the
In February 2006, I successfully completed an ADI Trainer Course with Phil Hirst, one of the leading trainers in the