So, what can you expect from the course?
- Greatly reduce and often eliminate test day nerves
- Eliminate fear, panic, intimidation, embarrassment etc
- Increase your Confidence, Competence and Self-Esteem
- Stop ‘talking yourself into failure’
- Discover your own learning style, so your instructor can tailor the lesson to your needs
- Help you to ‘master the manoeuvres’ between lessons
- Enable you to drive on test to the same standard as you do on lessons
- Eliminate the huge amount of repetition during lessons
- Never muddle up left/right
- The Top Ten reasons for test failure – and how to avoid them
- Test Day Stress Busters
- Real life stories from learners who’ve used the techniques
Included in this online course
Introduction: How to get the most out of this course
Involve your instructor: Information on how you can use this video in conjunction with your driving lessons.
Learning Styles: Discover your own preferred learning style, includes a handy Learning Styles Questionnaire you can complete and share with your instructor.
Increasing Confidence: If you are nervous or lacking confidence this will help to increase your confidence and self-esteem.
Increasing Competence: Techniques to enable you to remember more from each lesson, helping you to learn more easily.
Mastering the Manoeuvres: Effective techniques to ensure you can perform each manoeuvre correctly, every time.
Psychological Reversal: Do you ever muddle up left/right? Or perhaps you say to your instructor ‘I hate manoeuvres, roundabouts, hill starts’ etc. What about the ability to drive well… right up until the day of your test? All of these are indicators of Psychological Reversal. A simple technique taking only seconds will ensure that you are not Psychologically Reversed.
Thought Field Therapy: An amazing technique that will eliminate numerous negative emotions that inhibit the learning process and replace with increased confidence and self-esteem. This technique is so powerful that it’s been used on American Troops returning from Afghanistan with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Panic at a hill start? Scared of roundabouts? Frustrated can’t get a manoeuvre correct? Upset over a failed test? Embarrassed or intimidated sitting with an examiner? All of these issues and many more will be eliminated by using these techniques. A comprehensive demonstration is shown, and then each of the emotions that can be eliminated is demonstrated separately, so you can just watch the appropriate clip. In addition, a comprehensive pdf download in the resources section gives full details of these techniques in a handy pupil handout.
Top Ten Reasons for Failure – and how to avoid them: This chapter from the highly acclaimed book ‘L of a way 2 Pass’, details the top ten reasons for driving test failure, written with DVSA permission, with methods to avoid them. This covers effective use of mirrors, manoeuvres, awareness and planning. This is supported by a pdf handout.
Let’s hear from learners: Interviews with learners who’ve used the techniques to great effect.
Eliminating dual carriageway fear: Many of you will relate to this real-life story. Follow Sarah before and after venturing on the dual carriageway for the first time. Experience how Thought Field Therapy techniques were used to eliminate her anxiety, panic, and intimidation, enabling her to drive on dual carriageways with confidence, when prior to the techniques she was scared to do so.
Please note that this Online Course is not intended to replace your lessons, but to enhance them. By using the techniques you will remember more from each lesson, and you will be able to eliminate the negative emotions that slow the learning process down and replace them with positive emotions that will speed up your learning. It is your responsibility to gain confirmation from your instructor that you have the required competence level to take your test; the techniques will then help to you to drive on the test to the same standard as you do on lessons with your instructor, without nerves affecting your performance.