How To Teach Learners


How To Teach Learners - The Essential Guide for Driving Instructors Book

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How To Teach Learners Book


  • Learn how to teach real pupils, in real scenarios
  • Strategies for Beginners, Partly Trained & Trained pupils
  • Guide to giving 'Client Centred' lessons as set by the DVSA
  • Teaching tools to help driving instructors flourish
  • key lesson points, Common errors and solutions
  • Guide on how to use scaling
  • Guide to teaching and learning styles
  • For trainee PDIs and qualified ADIs
  • Split into modules for quick and easy access

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The How To Teach Learners manual is for the trainee PDI; newly qualified ADI, or experienced Instructor.

The book will help any instructor follow a 'client centred' teaching model, and meet the criteria in the NSDRT (National Standard for Driver and Rider Training) set by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).

The book contains actual strategies and techniques on how to teach real subjects to learners, including advice on how to identify and use the correct 'teaching style' in relation to a learner's 'learning style' - a very important aspect of the teaching standards set by the DVSA and NSDRT.

The book is split into 4 modules, with the same structure for each lesson subject, including: key lessons points to cover, guide to Client Centred teaching, Top Tip, Common Errors. With guides to different teaching styles for Beginner, Part Trained, and Trained pupils.

Unfortuntely, after training, many Driving Instructors find that they simply aren't equipped with the necessary skills to teach real pupils, in real life scenarios, because a lot of training providers aren't giving Trainees the 'tools' that enable them to flourish as a Driving Instructor.

How to Teach Learners will help to establish the skills, knowledge, and understanding required to organise a learning programme for your pupils, using a 'client centred' approach.

As with other DITA teaching and learning aids, this book is broken into Modules:

  • Module 1 - Beginner
  • Module 2 - Junctions
  • Module 3 - On the road
  • Module 4 - Reversing

To make the guide clear, and easy to follow, all subjects contain the same key sub-sections:

  • Pupil ability
  • Location
  • Key Points
  • Standard Teaching Method
  • Client Centred Teaching Method
  • Top Tip
  • Common Errors

The book is designed to help Driving Instructors structure a complete learning programme for their pupils: from beginner to fully trained; or to use for reference if struggling with particular subjects