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Driving Instructor Training I Had a great constructive lesson recently with Graham. I am following the TCIT learning programme which allows you to learn in bitesize pieces. Graham very quickly identified a learning development in my training and after just 1 hour I had new skills to help me give learning opportunities to pupils.
24 Feb 2020Coaching Excellence in Presentation Skills Attended the 2day presentation skill course, it was a great experience. Really enjoyed both days and learnt a lot about mind management and how thoughts and feelings can effect someone’s behaviour. I would like say a huge Thanks to Sara and Sue for sharing their knowledge and helping me grow.
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14 Feb 2020Coaching Excellence in Presentation Skills Very interesting and helpful course. Learned the theory behind giving good presentations. Also learned a lot about myself.
13 Feb 2020Train the Trainer WOW !! another brilliant course by TRI COACHING This has been without a doubt one of the best training courses I have been on. I completed the BTEC 4 last year and thoroughly enjoyed it . And is one of the reason why I decided to go on Train the Trainer course .it was excellent. Graham and Neil Delivered the course in clear manageable way which made it easier to understand. I learned alot from the in-car session day too. I would highly recommend Tri-coaching for any ADI looking for training
11 Feb 2020Train the Trainer I have just completed the 'train the trainer' course. The course was well structured and the content was thought provoking. I took a lot from the sessions and it has inspired me to do further reading. I feel confident to take on people to train to be instructors and it has improved my teaching in general. I'm already looking to do my next course with Tri-Coaching.
10 Feb 2020Train the Trainer I would like to thank Graham and Neil & Tri coaching for a great course I have been thinking for a while about attending the train the trainer course and i am glad i did It has given me the insight into what i need to do to become Ordit registered and thanks to Graham and Neil wealth of knowledge i will be taking it to the next level
10 Feb 2020Presentation Skills Absolutely brilliant course, bit scary in places but at least it was ‘good scary’ Anyone thinking of taking part stop thinking and join up!
10 Feb 2020Coaching Excellence in Business Presentation Skills Course I’ve just completed the Coaching Excellence in Business Presentation Skills course with Sue & Sara.... and what a course it has been!! I’ve always been particularly fearful about public speaking and shied away from it but this course has been a game changer! It’s helped me understand not only how to present myself but also how to prepare my content and manage my nerves! I really cannot recommend enough for anyone (you don’t need to be a driving instructor) who has or may have to present as part of their current or future job role! Thanks you for a brilliant two days!!!
07 Feb 2020Presentation Skills I’ve just completed the Coaching Excellence in Business Presentation Skills course with Sue & Sara.... and what a course it has been!! I’ve always been particularly fearful about public speaking and shied away from it but this course has been a game changer! It’s helped me understand not only how to present myself but also how to prepare my content and manage my nerves! I really cannot recommend enough for anyone (you don’t need to be a driving instructor) who has or may have to present as part of their current or future job role! Thanks you for a brilliant two days!!!
07 Feb 2020BTEC 4I thought long and hard about doing the Btec 4, but after speaking to Graham and he put my mind at ease and I was able to pay weekly payments so this made my decision easy. I was very nervous but once I got to my first day Fiona and Kev immediately made me feel comfortable. The course certainly took me out of my comfort zone and there were times I felt that i wasn't worthy to be in the same room as the trainers. However I was challenged and was able to take what I learnt out the course and start using it not only in my driving lessons but also in my personal life. For me this was the best course I have ever been on and believe me I have been on a lot of courses over the years in previous careers. Fiona and Kev are two of the nicest people you could ever wish to meet and there knowledge is very deep. Well done to you all at Tri Coaching for putting on a showing and not a telling course. Brilliant, if you want to do a course but are having doubts please give the Btec 4 a go.
02 Feb 2020Train the Trainer I did the two day Train the Trainer course in Birmingham in December. The classroom day was very helpful and informative, and it was good to be able to share ideas with other instructors and potential trainers, as well as with Graham and James. They really made us think! Graham went absolutely above and beyond, and certainly knows a lot about client-centred learning. The second day in the car was a lot of fun, and gave a real insight into the challenges of being an instructor trainer. Overall, the course was extremely useful and worth every penny - I passed my ORDIT test the next day! Thank you so much to Graham and James, and all of the Tri-Coaching team. I couldn't have done it without you!
28 Jan 2020Tri Coaching Courses I'M so thankful to have found out about tri coaching partnership through M. S. A. This was when I started my journey towards getting first class quality training which started of with route 51 standards check , then going on to doing train the trainer which I found very helpful and can't thank my trainer enough for all his help a big thanks to Ian Lavell I then went on to starting the Betec 4 course which I found even more helpful in what I was doing and made think more differently about my business and about myself, I've recommend tri coaching to people that I know as there training is fantastic and I will certainly do more training myself with tri coaching thanks to everyone of yous especially Ian Lovell as he's fantastic in what he does and all the help that he has given me and it was great to meet Graham Hooper the director of tri coaching partnership.
22 Jan 2020BTEC 4 in Coaching I completed the BTEC level 4 in Coaching for Driver Development with Tri Coaching Partnership in 2019. It was worth every penny because it has given me the opportunity to train Ambulance drivers.
Tri Coaching Partnership provided excellent training and support throughout and I would recommend this company to anyone interested in developing their skills.
15 Jan 2020BTEC 4Fab end to Btec4 with Fiona and Kev. Fun, interactive, informative. Really not the same person walking out that door who came in the door 12 months ago. I've grown as a person and instructor. Now what to choose next!
03 Dec 2019aCCeLerate coaching courseI did the tri-coaching Accelerate course in Leeds on Thursday and Friday and just want to say i thought it was absolutely brilliant! Its helped me massively with questioning, coaching, active listening and lots more! I was a bit worried i wouldnt like it before i left and i was really happy i had attended by the end of the 2 days! I would also like to thank Lee Jowett who ran the course as well as i thought he was absolutely brilliant! Very informative and kept us glued for the full 2 days! If anybody is thinking about doing it i would fully recommend!!
01 Dec 2019BTEC 4 in CoachingAfter thinking long and hard weather to do the Btec Level 4 in Coaching for Driver Development course. and kept putting it off.(was thinking about it for a year🙄) I decided to contact graham and have a chat as it was a bit out of my comfort zone. Graham put my mind at ease .so enrolled on the course.and am so glad I did. I met some amazing people. Sue and Graham and the tri coaching team are very knowledgeable. Kev and Fiona made the course very enjoyable.the in car day with terry was brilliant again was out of my comfort zone but we'll worth it .help and support was always available with the assingments. Any questions where answered quickly..this course has made a big difference to the way i think about and do my job. I have already enrolled for another course with them so goes without saying i would recommend any ADI wanting training to contact tri coaching you won't regret it.
28 Nov 2019BTEC 4 in Coaching for Driver DevelopmentI have just completed the btec 4 coaching course and have found the course to be fantastic throughout. The course gives a fuller understanding of how to coach properly and I have learned some great techniques that I will now use daily on my driver trainer sessions. The assignments are challenging but really help you develop your understanding and knowledge of coaching and support was always there when needed. All in all I'm extremely glad I did the course as I now feel i have improved as a trainer.
21 Nov 2019Presentation SkillsBefore attending the ‘Presentation Skills’ course I was quite nervous and apprehensive, as I didn’t feel comfortable standing up in front of a room full of strangers. However, this is the very reason why I decided to attend the course in the first place. As always, and in true Tri-Coaching style, I was soon being challenged and pushed out of my comfort zone and therefore, began to discover my strengths and weaknesses. They set about developing my presentation skills by working in a relaxed manner but still pushing me to achieve my own personal goals. They gave me the strength and self-belief to keep working on my weaknesses. As a result, I left the course with a new found confidence, to continue to develop my presentation skills further. I would highly recommend any course run by Tri-coaching. Thank you again, to Sue and Sara for an excellent two days.
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1. The introduction of All Lane Running motorways to the Strategic Road Network comes at a time when roads are getting busier and busier and the risk levels are, as a consequence, increasing for recovery operators. In this context it was, and continues to be, crucial that All Lane Running be implemented in a way that ensures the safety of recovery operators, as well as the general public. 2. From a recovery operators perspective, All Lane Running motorways are not in and of themselves a bad idea; congestion of increased road usage needs to be reduced somehow, and rescue operations that take place from within an Emergency Refuge Area are more safe than traditional rescue operations taking place on a hard shoulder. If it could have been carried out in a way that maintained or improved safety of road users and recovery operators, and delivered value to the taxpayer, then the implementation of All Lane Running could have been an acceptable development. 3. But, the APPG ﬁnds the implementation of All Lane Running, which has been presented by Highways England and the Department for Transport as the natural extension of earlier ‘smart motorways’ but is in fact a fundamental alteration to the nature of a road, has been conducted with a shocking degree of carelessness. The necessary steps have not been taken in advance to ensure the safety of motorists and recovery operators. Many of the measures now being taken should have been in place before the roll-out of these roads commenced. This would have also cost the taxpayer less, given the high cost of retroﬁtting in comparison with installing the safety features during construction – and, more importantly, it would have saved lives. 4. The 3-year safety data from the M25 is to be welcomed, but there were concerns that this data from one speciﬁc All Lane Running scheme wasn’t representative, and yet had been used to justify the roll-out of All Lane Running across the country. The initial 1-year safety data from 7 of 9 other existing All Lane Running schemes also show a modest improvement in safety across the system. But it is still too early to make the judgement that All Lane Running should continue to be rolled out nationally. 5. Live lane breakdowns are the situations which are central to all the problems associated with All Lane Running. The recordings of 999 calls of motorists trapped in such situations are harrowing, and they underscore the fact that there are still concerns that many motorists don’t know what to do in such situations. Tragically, this situation has led to casualties amongst road users. The 38% live lane breakdown rate amongst road users is completely unacceptable. Though live lane breakdowns do occur on traditional motorways 20.43% of the time, these are nevertheless the most terrifying and dangerous situations for road
APPG for Roadside Rescue and Recovery All Lane Running Inquiry
users and should be minimised at all costs. That a system is being rolled-out across the country that nearly doubles the frequency of such incidents is a public policy failure. It is reﬂective of their lack of focus on safety in this entire project that the Chief Executive of the agency responsible for implementing this policy was unable to produce this most important of comparisons when asked by Members of Parliament on the Transport Committee. 6. Live lane breakdowns also pose a problem for recovery operators, even if they aren’t required to rescue in a live lane. The fact that some recovery operators have chosen to intervene rather than ‘orbit’ a stranded motorist in a live lane breakdown speaks to the impossible situation that the status quo can often leave them in. However, the APPG does not endorse this behaviour. 7. It is clear from the evidence received that Highways England do not currently have the resources and systems in place to respond to live lane breakdowns in a fast enough manner to ensure the safety of motorists and prevent recovery operators from being forced to regularly ‘orbit’ breakdowns. As well as the widespread implementation of Stopped Vehicle Detection, there needs to be an increase in the number of Highways England Traﬃc Oﬃcers on patrol at all times across the Strategic Road Network. 8. On Emergency Refuge Areas, the APPG ﬁnds the claims that spacing has no eﬀect on the frequency of live lane breakdowns to be unconvincing. The current live lane breakdown rate of 38% on All Lane Running Motorways(as compared with 20.43% on traditional motorways) is far too high – it can only be the case that reducing spacing will reduce this ﬁgure and lead to fewer live lane breakdowns, an outcome which would beneﬁt road users and recovery operators alike. Indeed, reducing these ﬁgures must now be an absolute priority. 9. The Stopped Vehicle Detection technology that has recently been successfully trialled on the M25 should have been present on all stretches of All Lane Running from the outset, and certainly should have been retroﬁtted in 2016, after a commitment was made to do so. And it should have been included in the design of all systems introduced thereafter. Highways England Chief Executive Jim O’Sullivan’s admission that, had this technology been in place, a commitment that his agency made to a House of Commons Select Committee, some of those 8 people who have lost their lives on All Lane Running stretches may not have done so amounts to a gross public policy failure and a damning indictment of the agency’s on-the-hoof approach to All Lane Running motorways.
10.Red X compliance was too low when All Lane Running was rolled-out, and continues to be so. But the improvements that have been made on this front are welcomed as are the measures taken to tackle non-compliance, such as information campaigns and the introduction of a £100 penalty.
APPG for Roadside Rescue and Recovery All Lane Running Inquiry
11.The APPG heard conﬂicting reports about recovery operators’ current working relationship with Highways England Traﬃc Oﬃcers. There was a feeling that when All Lane Running were ﬁrst rolled-out there was a lack of communication as to best practice for recovery operators, but it seems that this has improved as recovery operators have become accustomed to new systems. There were also concerns raised about a lack of communication about when and where work was beginning on new stretches of All Lane Running motorways, and the eﬀect these works would have on recovery operators, with reports of cones blocking entrance to the hard shoulder appearing without warning. If the roll-out continues, both of these issues will continue to present challenges, as more recovery operators become exposed to these roads for the ﬁrst time. 12.Highways England’s new Smart Motorways Awareness for the Roadside Rescue and Recovery Industry training course is a welcome development and should be rolled-out in partnership with as wide an array of industry bodies as is feasible, and increased dialogue between the industry and Highways England is encouraged. While this is welcome, it will have no eﬀect on the structural problems addressing safety outlined in this report, and it is critical that these are addressed alongside increase dialogue.