Teaching Aid & Phase 2 Q&A Manual  - Package 8

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Package 8 - Driving Instructor Teaching Aid & Essential Guide to Phase 2 Q&A for ADI Part 3 (PDF Download)

£55.25

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  • Guide on how to carry out successful Q&A
  • Sample questions for ALL Phase 2 PSTs
  • Visuals to help you remember the answers
  • Seperate answer sheets for all questions
  • Clear, easy to understand, full colour, A4 visuals
  • Simple, structured briefing help notes/lesson plans
  • Simple text on the visuals to help jog the memory
  • Sturdy Pages with tough, semi-flexible cover
  • Continue teaching with it once fully qualified

Whole Package

The Whole Package - all DITA Teaching Aids

£165

One set of Teaching Aids for your whole career!

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Due to upcoming changes to the ADI Part 3 Test - The Phase 2 Q&A part of this package is sold as a PDF Download

The Essential Guide to Phase 2 Q&A for ADI Part 3 comes with sample questions to give trainees an understanding of the type of questions they should be asking of pupils (and Examiners!) in order to get them to give the answers they'd expect to hear.

The questions & answers will also help PDIs learn the PST subjects as they study - the question pages also include visuals to help learn the answers. More info...

The Driving Instructor Teaching Aid can be used for Part 3 training and test, then for teaching real pupils once qualified - only buy one teaching aid for your career!

The visuals are full colour, A4 and include key point hints ('MSM', 'Safe, Convenient and Legal' etc.) to help briefings flow.

Lesson Plans/Notes will help with briefings as well as the overall PST/lesson and include info such as: Q&A examples; who drives to site; where the briefings takes place etc.

The prompt notes for each briefing are laid out in a way that requires just a quick glance to take in the information - very useful when you're under the pressure of a test! More info...