Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors: A Training Manual for the ADI Examination and the Check Test

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2005 - Automobile driver education - 272 pages
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"Contains all the information you need on how to improve your teaching skills in line with current practices and established criteria."

Approved Driving Instructor Register

"Ideal support material to 'The Driving Instructor's Handbook' and gives helpful advice to trainee or new instructors."

Driving Magazine

Not just useful for new entrants to the driver training fraternity, but a source of knowledge on modern, up-to-date skills that could be usefully absorbed by those who have been around a while but need some updating."

John Lepine MBE - General Manager, The Motor Schools Association

A companion to the popular best-seller The Driving Instructor's Handbook, this new and revised fifth edition of Practical Teaching Skills for Driving Instructors has been thoroughly restructured to bring it absolutely up-to-date with recent developments in the driver training industry to make it even more user-friendly.

For every conscientious instructor keen to communicate well with his or her pupils, this essential book provides all the necessary practical advice and guidance.

 

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Contents

Learning to drive
9
Communication skills
45
Lesson structure and content
66
Structured driver training
107
The ADI exams
181
The ADI Check Test
218
Continuing professional development
233
Summary
249
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About the author (2005)

John Miller, Margaret Stacey and Tony Scriven each have more than 25 years' experience in the driver training industry. John and Margaret are also the authors of the hugely successful The Driving Instructor's Handbook, and Margaret is the author of Learn to Drive and The Advanced Driver's Handbook (all Kogan Page).

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