PDI Rescue Training
GET YOUR PART 3 TRAINING BACK ON TRACK TRAINING WHEELZ
- Have you failed a Part 3 test and are now wondering what to do next time?
- Are you concerned about the quality of the training you have paid good money for?
We have had some people referred to us who have been disappointed with the training they have received from their training provider. Unfortunately anyone can advertise themselves as an instructor trainer having never completed any additional training – in fact you don’t even have to be a qualified instructor to do so. Teaching learners is very different to teaching people to become a driving instructor.
When it comes to poor quality training we have seen too much incorrect or incomplete information being given to trainees about both the Part 2 and Part 3 test.
We believe it is very important for us to belong to the Official Register of Driving Instructor Trainers (ORDIT) as this demonstrates our commitment to providing high quality training.
Both of our instructors, Christie and Kevin have undertaken the additional training to make sure they are up to date with every aspect of the Part 2 and 3 tests. Christie completed a ‘Train the Trainer’ course in 2017 and is currently in the process of preparing for her ORDIT assessment.
Kevin did his training with LDC in 2011/12, gained his ORDIT badge in 2012 and became the LDC trainer for Devon, Cornwall and West Dorset until 2015 when he and Christie founded Training Wheelz.
If you feel you are throwing money away on inadequate training then why not give us a call on 07983228452 or email email@example.com. We can arrange to have an informal, no obligation chat. We can then arrange an assessment session when we can identify the areas that need developing and however many subsequent sessions you feel would be useful to help you pass the Part 3 test.
Don’t delay – get your Part 3 training back on track with us!
The best decision I made with my training was to change to Training Wheelz. I wasn't originally looking to change driving/training schools but had already approached Kevin through Facebook on many occasions for advice on things during my own lessons and he was always happy to help. It rapidly became obvious that I probably wasn't going to get through Part 3 without upping my game, and with that came upping my training. Kevin was always happy to help, be it face to face, through Facebook, texts, messages. He sat in on as many lessons as I wanted and came up with incredibly useful suggestions on how I could improve my teaching. He was flexible in his teaching style, he was happy to be quiet in the back and give notes at any point you asked for them, or talk throughout the session or even on one occasion when I wanted him to teach one of my own students he just jumped into the passenger seat and did it. Our last couple of sessions were done as a "soft Part 3" with the breakdown of notes to follow in the same structure, which I personally found incredibly useful.
I can definitely recommend Kevin and the Training Wheelz team if you are wanting to become an ADI.