We all have a habit of putting things off, for what we perceive are good reasons. Opportunities to grow yourself, and your business, should not be put off to some future date. If you have an inkling of wanting to develop yourself, enhance your skills and grow your business in the process, then it's simple, what are you waiting for?
Being an approved driving instructor has never been so busy and in some respect, it looks like that won't change for some time, however this presents challenges for ourselves.
1. The DVSA will target under-performing ADIs.
Wouldn't it be nice if you became the ‘go to expert’ in your area for ADI training. ADI’s need to be able to teach people to drive safely and lose the test focused approach. That becomes essential if you are going to continue enjoying your work
.2. Having a fear of under-performing clients taking tests.
This reflection on you has been driving fear and anger amongst some ADI’s. The way you were trained may still have some bearing on your own training approaches. The repeated lesson planning of a topic eg. crossroads; a briefing about crossroads and then a full talk through when your client attempts crossroads for the first time, is outdated methodology of what is effectively a one size fits all approach. If you want to train people to become driving instructors than you need to have a syllabus and a structure to deliver your training.
We have just that and in the process, you will gain a great opportunity to learn mores skills and techniques, making you an even better ADI whilst helping you become a trainer.If you want to know more about our train the trainer course, then follow this link .........https://cx255.infusionsoft.app/app/storeFront/showCategoryPage?categoryId=148
Has the DVSA created a fear of failure because of:
Our BTEC level 4 professional award in coaching for driver development has changed lives. It has re-invigorated many ADIs and more fundamentally it gives you those subtle skills to teach 'safe driving for life' and takes you away from a test focused approach to your training.
The DVSA has recognised this course.
The DVSA has said, they will be targeting you with a Standards Check if your pass rates fall; if there is an increase in the examiner taking physical action during your tests; or if your average number of driving faults and serious faults increases.
You can use this link to find out more about the scenarios that could trigger your Standards Check.
Whilst this might not be a real possibility for you, why take the risk of being targeted with an early Standards Check when you can take some positive steps to avoid that happening in the first place. Attending one of our Standards Check workshops before you have heard from the DVSA, is a great way to avoid triggering an early Standards Check.
Here are two reassurances:
If you take our Standards Check workshop and you do not find if of benefit, we will give you your money back.
And, in the unlikely event you fail your Standards Check after attending our Standards Check workshop, we will give you your money back plus a free consultation with us at Tri-Coaching Partnership to get you back on track.**
The Tri-Coaching Team
** Terms and Conditions - offer only available for Standards Check workshops purchased during the month of March 2022. If you fail your Standards Check after attending one of our Standards Check workshops, we will refund you the cost of the course and offer you a free consultation, providing you send us a copy of your failure sheet, and proof that you used Route 51 and completed the reflective logs.