Why travel for training?
PDI Doctor isn't just for assisting PDIs who are in need of a little care and attention.
I also offer full, expert and comprehensive Part 3 training - all in the comfort of your own home!
All sessions are conducted on a 1-to-1 basis via Zoom.
We'll begin by introducing what is expected from a modern client-centred driving instructor and give you an insight into how to get the best out of our learner drivers.
How to ensure you're mentally and physically set up for your next driving lesson and how to give effective, clear and concise instructions to your learner drivers.
When and how to watch your driver so you're aware of what's going on both inside and outside the car at all times.
How and when to give timely and clear verbal instructions to keep you, your learner and everyone else safe on the road.
How and when to use timely and appropriate physical interventions to keep you, your learner and everyone else safe on the road.
Develop your understanding of what a modern client-centred driving lesson should look like as you learn the key framework to your every-day driving lessons.
Learn modern coaching styles to develop your learner drivers at a rapid speed.
How and when to introduce a new lesson topic to your learner drivers and how to build upon their existing knowledge.
How to get the best out of your lesson introductions using a host of visual techniques.
Develop your ability to work in a flexible way, so you can give the best support to your learner drivers.
Develop your instructor skills so you're adaptable to any learner's needs.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the ADI Part 3 exam - and how to pass with an A grade.
Don't want to pay up front? Don't worry - you can simply pay for each training session individually.
All the training you need to qualify for a Trainee Licence, once obtained you can teach real learners for real money!
Once you've received your Trainee Licence, you're required by the DVSA to complete 20 hours of additional Part 3 training - in the first 12 weeks of obtaining your Trainee Licence or before your Part 3 Exam - whichever is sooner.