- Failed a part two or three Driving Instructor test?
- Maybe you are confused or do not understand what is required?
- Do not have confidence in your abilities
- Feel let down or disillusioned by your trainer
Well help is on hand, because Dave Foster MA, Dip.DI is probably the country’s leading expert in ADI part three rescue training. Dave understands the part three training process better than most and to prove it he wrote his Master’s degree about it and was awarded a pass with distinction by Middlesex University so you are in the safest hands.
Part three is actually the easiest of the three tests, yes! I know you may not believe me but it is often only made complicated by the trainer. A trainer who simply teaches part three just as they were taught yet feels their own training was poor.
- Part three is NOT about the briefing
- Part three is NOT about the examiner
- Part three is NOT about how intelligent or well-spoken or badly spoken you are
ADI part three rescue training made easy
Part three is about the identification, correct analysis and remedial action of the faults. It is actually possible to pass part three and not do a briefing (I am not recommending this)
Driver Training Education can offer you a one day’s classroom session so you will go away understand what it is you need to do. Many have completed this course and have put this down to passing their part three at the next attempt. We can also arrange in-car one to one training either in the South West with Dave Foster or in your area with one of our specially trained experts.
Here is what others have to say;
“Dave has a thorough understanding of the core competencies within driver education. He has developed a system which is simple but effective in assisting the learning process at any level. His methods of training help to achieve learned behaviour whether one is acting as an instructor, trainer, coach or mentor.”
“Dave has vast experience and knowledge of the driver training industry, and i would say one of the best and most understanding i have known his training is second to none”
‘On the test I had PST 7. Approaching Junctions Left and Right and Ped X and Use of Signals
Following the training in Exeter I was graded 4 & 5’
‘I completely re structured my lesson plans on your advice. Taking the main points from the ADI26’s. I trained solidly for the week on my observation skills. Your advice on where and when to look (POM, MSPSL) became second nature and really simple. No one had instructed me on this, consequently when following RAMPS previously it was uncoordinated, and resulted in missing faults. The Examiner, Ben xxxxxxxx commented that my phase 1 would have been a higher mark and my Phase 2 was close to being a 6 if I could have been more specific’.
Click the links above for details of training courses and please do not hesitate to contact me on 07764 495 625 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I have simply helped 100’s to pass their part two and three
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