Come out of lockdown with new skills and opportunities!Whether you are feeling happy and content with your lot; or you are feeling frustrated and unhappy with yours, finding something new and different in terms of your self-development is very rewarding. Maybe you have thought about training people to become driving instructors but are stuck on where to start. Well, we have the solution for you.
One small act can change everything - if you want to do something, it simply requires action and we can help you every step of the way.
We have added so much value to our Train the Trainer course that it is genuinely the best way forward; if you want to become an ADI trainer JUST DO IT. Read below to find out what great value you will receive.
READY TO BOOK THE COURSE? CLICK HEREThe follow up that will help you succeed12 online sessions:
These live sessions are optional and each will last two hours. You will be able to book onto these and, if you are unable to make any of the dates, just jump on a session on the next round of dates. The purpose of these sessions is to instill confidence in you around the TCIT content so that you can go out and deliver it.
Session 1 - Intro, Consultation and Module 1 (developing driving and commentary; observing the pupil and giving directions; and identifying the pupil's learning goals and needs)
Session 2 - Module 2 (developing driving and commentary; agreeing an appropriate lesson structure; building rapport; pedestrian crossings; and giving basic instruction)
Session 3 - Module 3 (developing driving and commentary; delivering guided instruction; crossroads; finding suitable practice areas; and further building rapport)
Session 4 - Module 4 (developing driving and commentary; using active listening skills; delivering different levels of instruction; junctions; and adapting the lesson plan to achieve goals)
Session 5 - Module 5 (developing driving and commentary; using active listening skills; using different levels of instruction; mirrors, signals and manoeuvres ; and sharing the responsibility for risk)
Session 6 - Module 6 (driving and commentary; dealing with basic faults; gears, clutch control, angle and hillstarts; giving directions clearly and in good time; remaining aware of the surroundings and the pupil's actions; and using effective questions)
Session 7- Module 7 (driving and commentary; core competencies; conflict situations; using verbal and physical interventions; and using effective questions)
Session 8 - Module 8 (delivering value for money and learning; making progress and judgement of speed; using feedback for safety critical situations; the instructor's use of controls; and using feedback)
Session 9 - Module 9 (delivering value for money and learning; cockpit drills, controls and moving off and stopping; suiting teaching and learning styles; and encouraging the pupil to take responsibility)
Session 10 - Module 10 (value for money and learning taking place; roundabouts; clarifying learning outcomes with examples; technical information; and using intuition)
Session 11 - Module 11 (value for money and learning taking place; controlled and emergency stops; appropriate and timely feedback; and answering pupil's queries)
Session 12 - Modules 12 & 13 (dual carriageways; being non-discriminatory; encouraging reflection; Trainee Licence and Module 13)
Limited Spaces book nowThere is more!Marketing sessions
We run regular Zoom sessions where you can pick up some great hints and tips to help you market yourself as a Trainer of PDIs or ADIs and develop your confidence in advertising, promoting and selling your own instructor training product.
What materials support the course?
We will supply you with all materials needed for the Train the Trainer course:
**TCIT is a comprehensive instructor training package, that uniquely focuses on training someone to be a driving instructor (whilst also passing the Parts 1, 2 and 3). It is an integrated package and allows the PDI to be in the car with you right from Day One - without the need to first pass Part 1 and Part 2. You will receive a full set of guidance notes to help you determine what to deliver on each of the 12 in-car sessions in Modules 1 to 12; and the follow-up Module 13. TCIT is mapped against the DVSA National Driver and Rider Training Standard and focuses on the seventeen competences (from the Part 3 and Standards Check marking sheets) needed to deliver great driving lessons.