Tri-Coaching Instructor Training Course (TCIT)
Neon Driving School Liverpool are proud to be working alongside Tri-Coaching Partnership in delivering the absolute best driving instructor training package you will find.
Features of the TCIT course
- The only package, which is fully integrated, allowing you to work towards all 3 parts of the qualifying exams without anything holding you up
- The course is client centred; it adapts to your needs as not everyone learns the same
- Focusses on becoming a driving instructor and not just passing the qualifying exams
- Full support from your dedicated Neon trainer, no call centres
- Not tied into a contract once you qualify
- FREE CONSULTATION
You must have held a full UK driving licence for at least 3 years and be over the age of 21 to become an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI)
Check you are eligible to become an Approved Driving Instructor here
Buy our Tri-Coaching Driving Instructor Training Course and train to be a driving instructor from the comfort of your own home and alongside your Neon trainer. You will receive regular communications from us containing a wealth of information about how to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become a DVSA Approved Driving Instructor on the DVSA Register of ADIs.
With links in the emails to videos, webinars and articles, as well as our TCIT Course Book with TCIT Record of Progress plus a resource pack of publications and access to Part 1 preparation materials, you will have everything you need to train to be a driving instructor and pass the Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the qualifying examination with confidence and ease.
The resource pack contains:
- Driving - the Essential skills
- The Highway Code
- Know your Traffic Signs
- The Driving Instructor's Handbook
- Practical Teaching Skills
- DVSA National Training Standard
- DVSA National Driving Syllabus
- Car & Diagram Set
There are thirteen modules in the TCIT product. Twelve modules prepare you to become a driving instructor and Module 13 focuses on preparing you to pass the Part 3 test. Each of modules 1 to 12 contain one in-car session and Module 13 consists of 5 in-car sessions.
The in-car sessions focus on your driving technique and help you develop this to beyond a DVSA Part 2 driving standard; your commentary driving skills; and your driving instructional techniques, so that you understand all about lesson planning, levels of instruction, core competencies and feedback.
Your Neon trainer will help you track and monitor your progress through the course, completing an evaluation form after each in-car session, thus triggering the next online materials.
Our Webinars and videos within the Driving Instructor Training (TCIT) course contain valuable information that cover a whole range of topics:
Communication and Feedback
We look at different learning styles and how to build rapport; different questioning techniques and the importance of asking effective questions; the use of feedback for personal development, and for the development of the student driver; different feedback techniques, such as eliciting feedback and the use of scaling. The overall focus is on client-centred learning techniques with a look at the theory and research that underpins and validates this approach.
Coaching Conversations and Goals for Driver Education
We focus on how to hold a coaching conversation in order to address the higher levels of the Goals for Driver Education (GDE) and how to develop thinking drivers. We use the GROW model to structure coaching conversations and essential coaching skills of Questions, Listening, Feedback, Rapport and Intuition. The GDE framework sets out everything a driver needs to know and do in order to drive the car safely. It shows how the personality of the driver and the context of the journey impact on the choices and decisions the driver makes when dealing with traffic situations and controlling the vehicle.
DVSA National Standards
We look at the DVSA National Standards and show how they underpin the way we teach people to drive and the knowledge and information a driving instructor needs. The standards have a focus on client-centred learning and the new Standards Check that every driving instructor has to complete, assesses that the ADI is giving value for money and ensuring learning is taking place. Many driving instructors find the National Standards confusing and complicated. We help bring a dull topic to life and aim to leave you with a clear picture of what you need to know and do in order to address the standards and be an effective and successful driving instructor.