Why choose this workshop?
Are you looking to enhance your driver and rider training skills? Look no further than the Drivers With Diverse Needs Workshop (DWDN). This half-day classroom workshop is specifically designed to help you diversify your skills, cater to a wider range of students, and grow your business.
By choosing this course, you’ll gain a better understanding of common special educational needs, along with proven techniques and strategies to help you deliver tailored training sessions that meet the unique needs of diverse learners. This can help improve the learning experience for your students and increase their chances of success.
In addition, specialising in this growing area of driver training can help you stand out from the competition and establish yourself as a go-to resource for students with special educational needs. This can also open up new business opportunities and revenue streams.
Led by experienced trainer Kevin Martin, the DWDN workshop covers a range of topics, including identifying the most common diverse needs conditions and their symptoms, how to assess individual pupils’ needs and aptitude, and the latest research findings on driving with these conditions. You’ll also work in groups to discuss case studies and adapt training methods to assist with student learning.
Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to expand your skill set and differentiate your driver and rider training business. Sign up for the DWDN workshop today and elevate your offerings to the next level.
What you'll learn
During the Drivers With Diverse Needs Workshop (DWDN), you will gain a comprehensive understanding of common special educational needs and the ways in which they can affect the process of learning to drive. The course will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively assess your pupils’ individual needs and aptitude, and to deliver training sessions that meet their unique requirements.
By the end of the workshop, you will have gained the skills and knowledge needed to diversify your driver and rider training business, better serve the needs of a wider range of students, and establish yourself as a specialist in the area of special educational needs.
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Location and parking
Driving Instructors Association, 11 Gleneagles Court, Brighton Road, Crawley RH10 6AD
Please be aware there is no parking on-site, however, there are local car parks and the office is a 10-minute walk from Crawley train station.
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Kevin Martin - Head of Training and Development | DIA
Kevin Martin.has been a self-employed Approved Driving Instructor (ADI), First Aid, and Bikeability trainer since 2012. With City & Guilds and NVQ qualifications, Kevin has extensive experience in the world of training, beginning his career in 1998 with Royal Mail.
Over the past decade, Kevin has been involved in a variety of road safety initiatives and education programs, including Bikeability, Learner Driver Training, Fleet Driver Training for companies such as Royal Mail, Driving Monitor, and Ocado, U17’s Driver Training for Young Driver and Mercedes Benz World, 4 x 4 training for Mercedes Benz World, and the delivery of Driver Aware Courses in classroom, on-road, and online.
As the trainer for the DWDN workshop, Kevin brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the course. He will guide you through the workshop, provide insights and guidance, and facilitate group discussions and activities to help you apply your new knowledge and skills in real-life scenarios.