We hope you enjoyed the Intelligent Instructor Masterclass!
Following the workshop about helping learner drivers build confidence and calm nerves, we have added some handouts for you to download from our website. Please note it may take a couple of days for these to be updated with the ideas generated in the masterclass.
Click sign up on the plan below using the coupon code given in the workshop to gain free access.
Helping Learner Drivers build confidence and calm nerves
- ADI CPD workshop
- Created by industry experts
- Learn about confidence building techniques
- Handouts & resources to build your toolkit
Get in contact if you have any difficulties.
Interested in what else we can offer you and your students?
The Confident Drivers website offers a range of techniques to help your students outside of lessons build confidence and manage their nerves. If you would like to find out more about how we can help and the subscription plans we offer to ADIs or individual learners click the relevant links below.
What makes us industry experts?
The website and its resources have been created by husband and wife team Kev and Tracey with some help from hypnotherapist Joline. Kev is a highly experienced driving instructor as well as training other driving instructors to become the best at what they do. Kev is also a personal development coach and NLP practitioner. Tracey is a mindfulness teacher qualified in stress management techniques as well as being a psychology student with The Open University.
Tracey has chosen the most effective stress management techniques and together we have combined our knowledge and experience to apply them to driving anxiety, stress and nerves. We contacted Joline as she has experience helping others to overcome driving anxiety and we loved the sound of her voice on the hypnotherapy audios so knew our users would too. (Hypnotherapy audios only available with paid subscriptions)
Kev and Tracey regularly give talks and presentations to driving instructors on the subject of overcoming driving nerves and worries. We also write a monthly article in DIA's Driver Trainer journal.