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  • Dangerous Driving
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Learner and trainer sitting in a car discussing fault analysis and agreement
Driver Training

Fault analysis and agreement

James Whalen discusses two models that help make your feedback more specific and provide a direction for your questioning

Driver trainer sitting in car with learner using different levels of instruction to get across his lesson points
Driver Training

Levels of instruction

James Whalen outlines five different levels of instruction and links them to the balance of responsibility that exists between the trainer and trainee during training sessions

Driver Training

Back to the classroom

As your school and college age pupils head back to the classroom this autumn, maybe trainers should too. Carly Brookfield talks about how getting out of the car for lessons can supplement and improve the training experience for our pupils

Two people shaking hands, standing in front of a car, first impressions
Driver Training

First Impressions

Anthony Fuller, ADI, fleet trainer and Diamond examiner, explains what you need to cover in a learner’s initial driving lesson

a large crowd of people moving through a city
Driver Training

Following the crowd

James Whalen discusses how some traffic violations can be explained by group behaviour

Driver Training

Essential Driver Training

Ladybird Driving School explains essential driver training, Ireland’s mandatory 12-lesson learning to drive syllabus

driving instructor shaking hands with trainee after professional development course
Driver Training

Add Strings to Your Bow

Kathy Manson explores potential avenues of professional development for ADIs, including courses from the DIA that can help you advance your career

Driver Training

The Coach Approach

James Whalen discusses DIA’s Applied Coach Approach course, which shows how coaching principles can be used in training with pupils

Driver Training

Learning by numbers

In the second part of his examination of statistics, James Whalen uses facts and figures to help promote deeper learning with trainees.

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