Archive for June, 2014

MEET “JOE BLOGGER”

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MEET “JOE BLOGGER” – A new member of our team from 1st July is an old ADI mate of mine who has recently taken retirement.

He was never one to let an opportunity slip by – an opportunity to express his views, that is and often he would regale the ADIs in the test centre waiting room with his comic observations and forthright comments.

He tells me he is really a shy retiring type (well retired anyway) and asked if I would ...

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“INTENSIVE” doesn’t have to mean “Stressful”

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Now don’t get me wrong – I love summer just as much as the next man – unless the next man happens to be an Eskimo.

However, why do so many of our young people see summertime as the definitive time to learn how to drive?

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Over my many years in the Instructing profession, I have noticed an upswing in driving lesson enquiries, from around early May.

During our initial ...

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PREPARE YOURSELF FOR MOTORWAY DRIVING

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“Thank you so much – I couldn’t have done it without you!”

“I’ll definitely be in touch about a motorway lesson.”

 

I must have heard these two comments hundreds of times during my Instructing career – especially the first comment.

Unfortunately, no matter how well intentioned the second comment may be, very few follow up with a telephone call or text, to discuss motorway lessons.

 

I do two sessions- each of two hours duration, involving the ...

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