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Oscar Mackay of Carmarthenshire, Customer Review

Oscar Mackay of Carmarthenshire, Customer Review

Passed at Carmarthen Test Centre...


1st Time Pass! Tony Giles of Swansea

1st Time Pass! Tony Giles of Swansea

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1st time pass - Jason Stephens of Resolvan

1st time pass - Jason Stephens of Resolvan

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ADI Review - Paul Gowling

ADI Review - Paul Gowling

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Lauren O'Sullivan of Neath

Lauren O'Sullivan of Neath

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Eve Haynes of Swansea Customer Review

Eve Haynes of Swansea Customer Review

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1st Time Pass! - Sullieman Zaharan of Swansea

1st Time Pass!   -     Sullieman Zaharan of Swansea

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Lois Johnson of Port Talbot

Lois Johnson of Port Talbot

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Passed! 28th October - Loius Yin of Swansea

Passed!  28th October - Loius Yin of Swansea

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Viktorjia Kilikeniciute of Swansea

Viktorjia Kilikeniciute of Swansea

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Mariusz Gawarecki - Customer Review

Mariusz Gawarecki - Customer Review

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About Our Lessons

There is a vast body of research into how humans learn. It is unfathomable therefore, that so many driving instructors fail to apply what we now know about teaching and learning to improve the effectiveness of their driving lessons.


Here at Niner Driving School we use some well established methods together with a more contemporary Person Centred approach (as now advocated by the DSA) to develop our learners quickly and efficiently to driving test pass standard.

Individual learning Plan
 
At Niner Driving School we realise that every learner's journey to test pass is unique so it essential that the lessons are individualy tailored to their specific needs.

Our learners have an Individual Learning Plan prepared by their instructor.  The plan takes into account prior road experience, confidence, skill level, aptitude, and crucially, how quickly the learner wishes to progress.

 
 
Development Partnership
 
We believe that the relationship between learner and instructor is vital to learner success, and we advocate the fostering of a development partnership between learner and instructor whereby goals are set and progress explored. 

Each session starts with a discussion about the objectives for the lesson and ends with a session review, this helps to ensure that both parties know what the learner wants and needs from each session, and how it fits into the plan.

 
 
Coaching
 
To help students with their driving course Andy Niner has undertaken a Diploma in Psychotherapy & coaching. Using NLP & Cognitive positive thinking processes, Andy is able to help students with the psychological issues of driving on todays busy road network.  

These techniques, when combined with the practical skills required, lead to a more complete understanding of driving, and a more confident approach to the practical driving test.

 
 
A Guide To Learner Success
 
8 Steps To A Sucessful Pass

1 Be consistant; have a driving lesson every week with a professional instructor.

2 Be prepared; a positive and clear frame of mind is essential. Furthermore, attempting a driving lesson with a hangover can be detrimental, even dangerous.

3 Your instructor should always begin each session with a quick recap on what was covered during the previous session, with a discussion on the successes as well as areas for development.

4 Each lesson should have a clear learning objective so that the learner knows exactly what they are expecting to achieve during each session, and how they will get there.

5 Every learner's path to sucess is different so they should have a Structured Learning Plan that is unique to them.

6 At the end of every session there should be a Summary of the Driving Lesson. This will serve to cement the learning and prepare the learner for the one that follows.

7 Self Evaluation. It is good practice for the learner to reflect upon each session truthfully, reviewing the details of the session.  It is important for a learner to congratulate themselves on a job well done as well as to mentally replay their errors, thinking carefully about how they could have done things differently.

8 Listen to the instructor, he or she is a driving professional with many thousands of hours road experience.  They will have sucessfully led many learners on their learning journey and are the best person to give advice and answer questions on learning to drive - whatever your dad may say :-)  

 
 





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