This 3 part book breaks down each of the 17 competencies of the DVSA Standards Check and Part 3 qualifying test, it introduces some Client Centred Learning techniques to help you to comply with the criteria of the assessments and delivers an insight into the research behind the ‘Standards’. In addition, it looks into the human factors that motivate behaviour and provides techniques to help you raise self-awareness and responsibility in your clients.
If you want to avoid the pain of a failed Standards Check/ADI Part 3 test or simply want to deliver more holistic lessons to your learners…This book will help you!
Are you an ADI or PDI wanting to understand more about the Standards Check or simply wanting to improve your knowledge and skills around Client Centred Learning?
Are you looking to avoid the pain of failure on Standards Check or Part 3 and dreading that moment the envelope drops through your letterbox? Do you want to be more confident about delivering a great lesson to your clients? If so this book will help you.
Beginning with ‘Lesson Planning’ working through the safety-critical ‘Risk Management’ and finishing with ‘Teaching and Learning Strategies’ this 3 part ebook covers both the DVSA Standards Check and ADI part 3 17 competencies, in addition to helping you discover how to deliver a great Client Centred Learning lesson that meets the goals and needs of your pupil, keeps the car safe and delivers value for money.
It breaks down each of the competencies so that you fully understand:-
What each competency means.
What you need to do to meet the criteria.
The benefits of each competence to your client.
The benefits of each competence to road safety.
However it doesn’t stop there, it’s packed full of research to help you understand where the standards have come from and how they were formed, as well as lots of Client Centred Learning techniques that you can use to help your learners develop the essential skills of self-evaluation and self-responsibility. It provides an insight into the human factors that motivate behaviour and additionally there are examples of lesson plans that you can deliver, which take learning, and the learner, beyond the driving test, into their own world of driving, to help them understand their own motivations and risks as a driver, and help you to develop the skills which enable them to form coping strategies and become long term safer drivers…..So that both you, as the instructor, and your clients….’Meet The Standards’