Professional development is an important part of being a driving instructor. The skills and knowledge you’ll need to teach your pupils change over time, as do the driving tests and the way driving is taught. To give your pupils the best chance of becoming safe, responsible drivers and passing their tests, you’ll need to keep your skills and knowledge up to date. It’s also important to show your pupils that you’re still improving your skills: no one ever really finishes learning.
Client-centred learning is an approach that’s being used increasingly in the driving tuition industry. It’s a way of teaching that puts the focus on the learner, as these core principles show.
Three Great Choices To Keep You Developing
52 Weekly WebinarsA new pre-recorded webinar is sent to you every week for a year. The information in the webinars covers all aspects of driver training and Client Centred Learning from the Goals for Driver Education to the differences between coaching and instruction to the use of essential coaching skills of questioning, listening, feedback, intuition and rapport plus much, much more. The cost is just £6 per month or *£60 if paid in full (*saving £12)
aCCeLerateThe 2 day CCL Course covers practical skills in:
*Feedback for self development and the development of student drivers.
*Different communication techniques to address learning styles and create rapport
*Different questioning techniques to target knowledge and behaviour or thoughts and feelings
*Coaching conversations using GROW and essential coaching skills.
Perfect as an introductory or as a refresher course.
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BTEC 4BTEC 4 Coaching Course Content
The course is split into 4 modules, each with a one-day classroom session which is backed up by a self-development project or assignment. There is also a fifth day which is delivered in the car.
This is a year long adventure into the world of CCL with a proffesional qualification at the end of it.
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