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ADI Part 3

A to Z ADI part 3

Anticipate well ahead and encourage the pupil/SE to do so too

Be yourself
Don't be too technical, it can be confusing

check test Core Competencies
Make them second nature and use them!

Give directions early

Ease off/Ease on
In phase 1 ease off the instruction as required and phase 2 ease on as required

Fault I.D.
Without fault I.D. there is no driving lesson

Give 'em a break
Don't be too hard on the pupil/SE, remember they may be nervous

Don't listen to other trainees horror stories, they may have had poor training

Don't over or under instruct (refer to K )

Don't be judge, jury and executioner (refer to G )

Establish any prior knowledge before the drive

Look at your pupil/SE as well as the road ahead

Keep motivated with positive thinking and encourage the pupil/SE to do the same

Negative Thoughts
Kick 'em into touch

Only use the dual controls for safety reasons

Be positive at all times, your pupil/SE may have made a fault (sort it) but they have always done something well - tell them

Q & A
Don't teach what the pupil/SE already knows how to handle

Relax and encourage the pupil/SE to do so (refer to B )

Be serious when necassery, driving is potentialy dangerous

ADI part 3 training, pay for the best, it will cost you less in stress AND cash probably

Don't undermine the pupil/SE's confidence, plenty of praise and encouragement goes down well

Try not to overload the pupil/SE with too much information, remember they are learning

Watch your pupil/SE so you are certain to I.D. any faults (refer to F )

( OK so I couldn't think of one, give me a break please ) Xamine yourself while practising

You CAN do it ( refer to P )

Great movie refer to R and watch
(Phew, got out of that one)

'To anybody reading this, believe the hype, Jon really knows his stuff. Forget about the large national training providers (mentioning no names) save your time and money and go straight to Jon'

When on the ADI part 3 test (the same applies when on a 'normal' driving lesson) try not to tell the S.E./pupil that they have done well unless you actually KNOW they have done well

It's quite common for a trainee driving instructor to give a direction to go, then do ALL of the MSPSL themselves because it feels safer to them and NOT watch the S.E. to see if she/he is carrying out the MSPSL routine correctly, then saying something like 'well done' when it is not actually known whether they did well.

Remember if you don't WATCH the pupil/SE when on your ADI part 3 exam whilst at the same time making certain that everything is safe, you can't ID a fault, without fault ID you may as well forget the Core Competencies!