Part 1 is relatively easy because it is a multiple choice theory test and then a series of 15 video clips to aid hazard awareness.
Our training aids at Tri-Coaching are second to none and incorporate all the latest questions and clips including CGI clips and making passing your Part 1 a breeze.?
The secret to the hazard perception clips is to understand the difference between a 'hazard' and a 'developing hazard'. There is no need to click for anything that is not moving - for example, parked cars, a bend or a pedestrian crossing. However, as soon as a parked car starts to move, or something appears around the bend, or someone wants to use the pedestrian crossing, you need to click because the scoring window opens the split second a hazard starts to develop. You can click more than once - so maybe an initial click as you see the hazard will help you focus on it and then click if it starts to develop, and perhaps one more click just to be sure. However, it is important that you avoid clicking rhythmically and too often as the computer will decide you're cheating. Remember one clip contains two developing hazards so you will need to keep watching closely on every clip just to make sure you don't miss anything.
The problem that many trainee driving instructors have later in their training is, once they have passed the Part 1 theory test, it becomes the end of their reading and their studying. This proves to be the downfall of many PDIs in the qualifying process because the knowledge about road safety, driving, road law and the rules gets forgotten. Remember, 'Knowledge is Power' and is essential to building your confidence so
'Always keep studying because every day is a learning day'.
Tri-Coaching Partnership run training courses all over the country to find out where one is near you call us on
0800 058 8009.