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Learning to drive can be a very frustrating experience and you can waste hundreds of pounds if your tuition is not effective. Do you ever get the end of your lesson and feel that you have learnt nothing,the reality is,you probably haven’t. The driving standards agency are very clear as to the procedure driving instructors should follow. This is to make sure that “you” the customer are getting the maximum benefit from your lessons.


Is your instructor performing these very important procedures



Procedures your driving instructor should be doing.

Does your driving instructor arrive on time for at least 90% of lessons?

Does your driving instructor always recap the previous lesson to agree strengths and weaknesses? (What do you remember from the last lesson)

Does your driving instructor always state firm lesson objectives as to what you will be learning during the current lesson and what you will be trying to achieve? (It is vital that you know exactly what you are trying to learn in the current lesson.

Does your driving instructor teach in a non confrontational manner or shout and complain when you make mistakes? (Does your instructor prevent most errors by checking what you are going to do before you make a mistake or does he complain or shout after the event?)

Does your driving instructor help and guide you with feedback and encouragement or let you make lots of mistakes which leads to lack of confidence? (Does your instructor analyse why mistakes were made and does he praise you when you succeed?)

Does your driving instructor finish the lesson with a recap of what has been learnt and does he/she ask questions to check your understanding? (Statistics show that what you discuss during the last 5 minutes of your lesson will stay with you and reinforce your understanding)

How many boxes did you tick? You are the customer and should not be subjected to sub standard tuition.


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