Terry Woollard worked very hard to achieve his BTEC 3.
It isn't an easy qualification to achieve, but what things worth doing are? Besides being a means to its own ends i.e. worth doing for its own sake, the benefits of being able to help clients become much safer and more successful drivers, means that they are much more likely to recommend him to acquaintances.
So now he is continuing and furthering his driver training career and personal development onwards and upwards by applying to take Tri-Coaching's BTEC 4 Professional Award in Coaching for Driver Development.
Once he achieves success at that he will then be taking up one of their lucrative and specialist sub-contractor licences to deliver high level driver coaching to clients of Driver Metrics, a very exclusive fleet driver coaching company that through one of its sub-contractors boasts the fleet car leasing arm of BMW as one of its clients.
Driver Metrics uses only Tri-Coaching BTEC 4 driver coaches for its high quality clients as it has a very high reputation to maintain.
By having succeeded with his BTEC 3, he earns a discount for the BTEC 4 which is almost equivalent to the cost of the aCCeLerate course itself and of course, his progress through the BTEC 4 will almost certainly have been made easier because of this latest achievement which will go a long way to helping him become successful.
The aCCeLerate course is a very practical and tangible way of helping ADIs to go onwards and upwards in their driver training career and is quite unique in offering a training course that is externally verified by an internationally recognised body, Edexcel.
Edexcel is owned by Pearson, the same company that runs and verifies DVSA's Driving Theory and Hazard Perception tests on their behalf.
For those of you that are looking to go places, literally and metaphorically, put your right foot forward and step on the aCCeLerate pedal to get going.
Call me on 07803 047824; email me on email@example.com; check out the website on http://www.tri-coachingpartnership.com/tony-phillips.html