San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Our previous professional development events have been focused on the Standards Check and were a fly-away success, helping ADIs familiarise and understand more about the new Standards Check. Due to popular demand and numerous requests for more information about how to understand the National Standards, we are rolling out further events to more of you across the UK.
Focused on more than just getting you through your next Standards Check, these special one-day training days are dedicated to understanding and translating the blueprint for our profession, the National Standards, into every day lessons.
Whatever stage you're at in meeting the standards, you'll find this event useful in building on what you know, filling in the gaps and linking it all together - ultimately helping you create super drivers too.
9:00 - Coffee and registration
9:30 - Introduction
9:40 - Session 1: Setting the scene
In this session, we will be looking at the various methods of communication an ADI makes use of, not unlike tools in your ADI toolkit. We will also be exploring the various ways people learn to drive.
10:30 - Session 2: Linking it all together
Following on from this, we will be focussing on the SC1 marking form, the three key areas it oversees and how they are inextricably linked with the National Standards. Lastly, we will be discussing the purpose of each of these documents.
11:00 - Session 3: Lesson planning
During this session, we will explore how lesson planning relates to the National Standards. Together with this, we will be discussing the criteria which needs to be met in order to deliver successful lessons.
12:00 - Lunch
13:00 - Session 4: Risk management
Here we will be examining how risk management is linked to the National Standards. In addition, we will be exploring what criteria needs to be met in order to ensure risk management is being dealt with successfully.
14:00 - Session 5: Teaching and lesson strategies
Finally, we will be looking at how teaching and lesson strategies relates to the National Standards. Furthermore, we will be discussing what makes a successful teaching strategy.
15:00 - Tea break and Q&A session
15:30 - Finish
Price includes: - All training materials, refreshments and lunch.
You needn't bring your printed ticket with you as we will have a list of delegate names on the day.
If you wish to contact us with regards to our Training Days, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 020 8686 8010
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Driving Instructors Association
The leading professional membership association for driver educators, DIA represents more driver and rider trainers across the UK and Ireland than any other organisation. We provide our members with the most comprehensive range of services and pride ourselves on being the most agile and progressive membership organisation in the driver training profession. We are focused on supporting our members in their own professional development, as well as the development of the profession as a whole. To discover more about the many benefits of DIA membership, please visit www.driving.org.