The majority of learner drivers want to pass their test as soon as they can and in as few a lessons as possible. But how do you do that, and at the same time ensure you are a confident and safe driver? This course contains a range of techniques and strategies to help you achieve this, all for less than the price of a one hour driving lesson!
- Techniques to put you on the Fast Track to a Pass
- Become a competent driver in fewer repetitive lessons
- Discover your preferred style of learning
- Methods to ‘master the manoeuvres’ between lessons
- The Top Ten reasons for test failure – and how to avoid them
- Take more responsibility for your learning – control the pace at which you learn
Included in this online course
Introduction: How to get the most out of this course
Involve your instructor & Information for instructors: How best to use this course alongside your lessons
Learning styles: by learning in your preferred style, this will speed up the process no end, at the same time making lessons so much more enjoyable; this really puts you on the Fast Track to Success
Increasing your competence: Measuring your progress, taking responsibility for your learning, and techniques to speed up the learning process
Mastering the manoeuvres: Manoeuvres ALWAYS feature in the top ten reasons for failure: discover how you can use techniques to master those manoeuvres BETWEEN lessons, saving you lots of lesson time to concentrate on other things!
Top ten reasons for failure and how to avoid them: includes the latest DVSA statistics along with strategies to fully prepare you for your test.
FREE eBooks: Top Ten reasons for failure and how to avoid them. Preferred Learning Styles Guide.
Please note that this Online Course is not intended to replace your lessons, but to enhance them. By using the techniques you will be able to pass your test in fewer repetitive lessons by remembering more from each lesson, and using methods between lessons to speed up your learning (these only take 5 minutes a day!) It is your responsibility to gain confirmation from your instructor that you have the required competence level to take your test.