Standards Check & Part 3 Workshop
Now booking for:
Morecambe 23rd March - SOLD OUT
Welwyn Garden City 27th March 2020 Limited spaces!
Hinckley 30th March 2020 Limited spaces!
Cambridge April 3rd 2020
Dartford April 8th 2020
Birmingham 20th April 2020
Swansea 20th April 2020
Cardiff 21st April 2020
Kingston 22nd April 2020
Glasgow 23rd April 2020
Stoke-on-Trent April 23rd 2020 Limited spaces!
Ipswich 24th April 2020
Crewe April 27th 2020 SOLD OUT!
*PLACES ARE LIMITED TO 12 CUSTOMERS PER COURSE
This compact workshop runs from 11am to 3pm and helps you prepare for either the Standards Check or the Part 3 test. Refreshments are included.
During the workshop you will be introduced to Tri-Coaching’s Model for Goal-setting and Risk Management (as featured in the new edition of Practical Teaching Skills by John Miller and Susan McCormack). The Model presents the 17 competences on the Standards Check and Part 3 marking sheets in an easy to digest format. This massively simplifies the whole idea of delivering a great driving lesson where learning takes place and value for money is given.
Real-life scenarios and exercises will further bring clarity to what is often a daunting and nerve-wracking experience.
You will also go away with a new copy of the Route 51 workbook and online webinars (worth £75) so that you will be able to continue to work beyond the workshop building your confidence in preparation for your Standards Check or Part 3.
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We sift through some common motoring confusions to find out what is and isn’t legal while driving.
Not everyone is completely clued up about the rules of the road, so confusion and misinformation have a habit of spreading.
But ignorance isn’t an excuse for doing something illegal. With that in mind, we’re here to clear up any confusion on some of these common motoring law myths.
Is it legal to use your phone in the car when you're stationary?You’ve been stuck in a tailback without moving for hours. You’re beyond bored. You decide to send a sarcastic tweet to lighten the mood. But if your engine is on, you’re committing an offence.
Since 2017, using your mobile phone while driving could land you with six points and a £200 fine. And being stationary won’t wash with the courts as a defence.
And if you think you’ll be ok using a phone with headphones or on speakerphone - if the police think you’re distracted while using them, you could still get stopped and potentially penalised.
Read the full article courtesy of confused.com