Tri-Coaching Partnership specialise in the development of DVSA approved driving instructors and those learning to become a driving instructor. https://www.tri-coachingpartnership.com/ http://www.drivinginstructortrainingc... Lynne Barrie came to the driving instruction industry 18 years ago after many successful years as a secondary school teacher. She initially worked on a part time basis after having a family but her enthusiasm and expertise have meant that she is now one of the industry’s leading ADIs. Of 39,000 driving instructors, Lynne is one of a handful that has gained a Master’s Degree in Driver Training from Middlesex University. A grade A instructor, driving instructor trainer and advanced motorist, Lynne is based in the West Midlands but people come from all over the country for her highly successful training. Lynne believes her past teaching experience was invaluable to helping her train all her clients from learners to PDIs and ADIs. She helps ADIs needing standards check help, coaching for driver training and continuing professional development. She has always used coaching techniques in her sessions and has herself attended Master classes on the subject of coaching run by Sir John Whitmore and Dr Jonathan Passmore. She has gained a Post Graduate Certificate in Coaching for Driver Development from the East London University. This was a five day course which just 12 ADIs in the country completed in 2010. She is author of the 'Standards Check Success' Book and 'Come to Coaching' used by a vast number of PDIs and ADIs. She is a regular contributor to Intelligent Instructor Magazine and other industry journals. Currently, Lynne is Chairman of the Approved Driving Instructors National Joint Council (ADINJC). Having been actively involved as a member of the Driving and Vehicles Standards Agency (DVSA) Modernising Driver and Rider Training Steering Group, including the development of the Standards Check, the New National Standards and the Driving Test Transformation Group she is in a unique position to understand the changes in the industry and help to guide her clients. She helps to organise the ADINJC annual conference and often talks to local associations around the country on behalf of the ADINJC on a voluntary basis. Lynne believes all ADIs need to belong to an association and that unity amongst ADIs is essential. Lynne was made a fellow of the Institute of Master Tutors of Driving (IMTD), is a member of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). She is also a member of her local driving instructor association: South Staffordshire Association of Driving Instructors. Lynne Barrie’s Training Establishment can help you succeed and achieve your potential. A comment Lynne receives on a regular basis is “I wish I had found you earlier!” Contact Lynne on 01543 256578 or at email@example.com http://lynnebarrie.co.uk/ The Association of Associations The ADINJC is a national association run by ADIs on a not-for-profit basis. We work tirelessly to inform, represent and support our members, and to promote the interests of our profession. Established in 1973, the ADINJC is one of the leading National Driving Instructor Associations in the UK. It acts as a focal point uniting local driving instructor associations and groups, providing a strong united voice representing the views of members to the DVSA and other bodies. It is run by a Governing Committee, a small team of dedicated ADIs working full time in their own driving schools who donate their spare time and energy to improve the driver training industry for the benefit of both ADIs and the general public. Any member association can nominate someone to be a member of the GC with elections being conducted annually at the AGM. The ADINJC is a non-profit making organisation with no employees, shareholders or expensive premises to pay for. All income, after deductions for normal operating expenses, is devoted to activities to further enhance the opportunities and profitability of members. Association Meetings Throughout the year at least three ‘Association Meetings’ are conducted, usually in the West Midlands, where up to two delegates from each member association and any individual platinum members are invited to attend and discuss the vital issues affecting the industry and also the smaller, but still important, issues which may be affecting individual local associations or members. It is a unique opportunity for individual ADIs to be able to voice their concerns and opinions to a large group of their peers where it can be discussed and considered. https://www.adinjc.org.uk/
Tri-Coaching Partnership specialise in the development of DVSA approved driving instructors and those learning to become a driving instructor. https://www.tri-coachingpartnership.com/ http://www.drivinginstructortrainingc... https://www.facebook.com/grahamhooper... Driving Instructor Training If you’re looking for a new career as a Driving Instructor, then The Driving Academy can get your new career on track. We are probably one of the best driving instructor training providers in Yorkshire and have a very high pass rate. Our training offices are based in Ilkley and we offer a range of both distance and on-site training. We also cater for the Armed Forces personnel too. At The Driving Academy, we know how hard it can be to make changes for a new career, that’s why our bespoke training packages are tailored around you. We are experts in the driver training industry and we know that training to become a driving instructor can give you a completely new lifestyle, bring you happiness and give you total job satisfaction. We can also guarantee you that our training is second to none and all of our students have passed there exams and our enjoying their new career. We are also an ORDIT registered training provider and we also offer amazing franchise opportunities, you can read more about our franchise deals here. https://www.thedrivingacademy.org/dri... Did you know that you can earn a salary while you’re training to become a driving instructor. We actually pay you to train. How good is that? Once you’ve passed the second exam which is known as the Part 2 and completed your Part 3 training, we can put you out working on a trainee licence. This has the extra benefit of you earning a salary while you’re preparing for you final exam, the Part 3 coupled with the extra benefit of you practicing your craft and getting ready for your final exam. Driving Instructor Development We have a range of carefully crafted driving instructor development courses for you. Each course is tailored to your specific needs. Whether this is rescue training for Parts 2 or 3 for the ADI qualification process or whether it’s Standards Check training. We cater for all your needs and can get you back on track with your career. We are ORDIT registered and approved by the DVSA driving instructor development Some people require further training for numerous reasons and this might be because they may be struggling slightly with one of the qualifying exams and would like a second opinion. Others contact us for standards check training too. This could be because they have theirs coming up soon and want confirmation that what they are currently doing is ok and would pass a standards check. Regardless of your situation, The Driving Academy will work with you to help you achieve your goals. All of our staff are ORDIT registered so you know you’re in safe hands. Our motto is “Every ADI Matters”. If your actions inspire others to dream more and learn more, you are a leader. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS So what does ORDIT registered actually mean and what status does it hold? This is a good question and one we often get asked. I’ll try my best to explain. To become a ORDIT registered trainer, you have to take and pass the ORDIT exam. There are different levels of the exam and it all depends on whether or not you want a training establishment that can register themselves as a Part 3 training establishment. As a trainer, you don’t have to register purely for Part 3, you can just be registered for Part 2 only. At Superdrive Academy, we’re registered to the highest level of ORDIT. This means that we regularly get observed by a governing body which is the DVSA. If you think about a secondary school which gets audited every so often then the principles are similar for driving instructor training companies. We get observed delivering a lesson and our training records and training program is inspected to ensure that they comply with government best practices. You can find out more about ORDIT here. Aside from being an ORDIT registered trainer, we also offer all of our trainee’s the opportunity to join our franchise. This gives you the extra peace of mind that you have a constant supply of pupils without you having to spend money on marketing your business. If you’re interested in joining us on a franchise then just follow this link to find out more information – franchise opportunities. https://www.thedrivingacademy.org/dri...
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Who The Highway Code is for, how it's worded, and the consequences of not following the rules.
Open allClose allIntroductionThis Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales. The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone.
The most vulnerable road users are pedestrians, particularly children, older or disabled people, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders. It is important that all road users are aware of the Code and are considerate towards each other. This applies to pedestrians as much as to drivers and riders.
Wording of The Highway CodeMany of the rules in the Code are legal requirements, and if you disobey these rules you are committing a criminal offence. You may be fined, given penalty points on your licence or be disqualified from driving. In the most serious cases you may be sent to prison. Such rules are identified by the use of the words ‘MUST/MUST NOT’. In addition, the rule includes an abbreviated reference to the legislation which creates the offence. See an explanation of the abbreviations.
Although failure to comply with the other rules of the Code will not, in itself, cause a person to be prosecuted, The Highway Code may be used in evidence in any court proceedings under the Traffic Acts (see The road user and the law) to establish liability. This includes rules which use advisory wording such as ‘should/should not’ or ‘do/do not’.
Knowing and applying the rulesKnowing and applying the rules contained in The Highway Code could significantly reduce road casualties. Cutting the number of deaths and injuries that occur on our roads every day is a responsibility we all share. The Highway Code can help us discharge that responsibility. Further information on driving/riding techniques can be found in ‘The Official DVSA Guide to Driving - the essential skills’ and ‘The Official DVSA Guide to Riding - the essential skills’.