How to support your stressed, nervous and anxious pupils
Most ADIs we speak to have at least one nervous or anxious pupil that they would like to know more about improving and supporting their self-confidence. Or has a pupil who can drive but suffers from driving test nerves.
Our website offers a one stop shop of resources to help. Either subscribe to an ADI group plan on behalf of your learners - or simply refer them to the site to subscribe themselves by becoming an affiliate
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You know how to help your pupils develop their driving skills but other than being patient and encouraging you can sometimes feel a bit of a loss with how else to support them. This site is aimed at giving ADI’s more knowledge about which psychological techniques might help your stressed, nervous and anxious pupils. You can sign them up to your group plan so that they can access the various resources and work through them at their own pace at home.
Alternatively by becoming familiar with the techniques yourself you will be well placed to make suggestions to your pupils on areas to focus on. For example, if you notice a pupil has a tendency to be self-critical you might suggest they look at the self-talk section and together you can agree on some new positive phrasing that you can both use during lessons.
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Franchises who require more than 100 learners please get in touch to discuss a personalised option for your franchise
What other ADIs are saying:
Driving Instructor Survey
We are looking for ADIs to help us with our survey about nervous drivers. You do not need to be a subscriber to take part so please share the link to others. We would like to know how many nervous learners you have, how nervous they are and if you think it impacts on the number of driving tests they take to pass. All information given is anonymous and confidential
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CPD Workshops for ADIs
Calming the Anxious Mind
This one day workshop for ADIs and PDIs is run by Keith Woodward and explores ways of overcoming anxiety
Useful Resources for ADIs
GoRoadie is an online platform connecting ADIs and Learners. It is free to sign up and create your business profile and you pay to unlock the referrals you accept - and your first one is free! Find out more on their site GoRoadie.com
Tri-Coaching Partnership offer something for all your development needs, from training to be an ADI, help with your Standards check and the BTEC4 Coaching for Driver Development. Find out more on their site tri-coachingpartnership.com
Disability Driving Instructors
Disability Driving Instructors has been set up to provide information and advice for disabled people wishing to learn or return to driving. Find out more on their site disabilitydrivinginstructors.com
Driving School Development
Martin and Maria Leather from Driving School Development run one day CPD courses in business development to help ADIs boost their income. Find out more on their site drivingschooldevelopment.co.uk
Pass your theory test first time with this educational colouring book. The unique layout helps to explain complex driving scenarios visually and memorise through colour. Find out more on their site colouracademybooks.com
L of A Way to Pass
Diane Hall's e-book is written for learners and ADIs with plenty of advice on how to combat nerves while driving or taking your test. Find out more on newdriverprogramme.com