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Driver Fault Correction

£21.00

“Driver Fault Correction” is a definitive guide from the Target 51 series, crafted for driving instructors and their trainees. This comprehensive tool, penned by John Wells and Steve Garrod, focuses on identifying, analyzing, and correcting driving faults. With its user-friendly structure and thought-provoking exercises, the book encourages professional development. It’s filled with real-life examples, humorous anecdotes, and engaging illustrations. In addition to the 56-page A4 perfect bound guide, users gain access to an interactive Facebook community for continued learning and discussion. Dive into this insightful resource and elevate your driving instruction skills to new heights.


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“Driver Fault Correction” is a comprehensive professional development guide for aspiring and existing driving instructors. Co-authored by John Wells and Steve Garrod, this insightful manual hails from the reputable Target 51 series and is designed to address the crucial task of correcting pupils’ driving faults. It underlines the importance of not only identifying and pointing out these faults but also analyzing them thoroughly for a more effective and permanent correction.

Split into manageable sections, the guide makes for an easy read, allowing users to immerse themselves in it at their own pace, without losing sight of their objectives. From understanding the Fault Correction Cycle and grading driving faults, to recognizing trainer errors and letting the pupil know, the guide covers it all. A section dedicated to forward-thinking strategies paves the way for proactive instruction.

The book delves deeper into the realm of driving instruction by addressing common faults, such as primary control faults, manoeuvres and associated observation faults, procedural faults, and even driver attitude faults. Using a mix of real-life examples and exercises, the guide encourages readers to evaluate their current fault correction strategies, thereby identifying areas for further professional development.

The accessible language, humorous anecdotes, and enlightening illustrations make the learning experience enjoyable, while its A4 perfect bound format and 56-page extent make it easy to carry around. Additionally, an accompanying Facebook page offers further support and a platform for discussion, making it a complete package for driving instructors looking to hone their skills.

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