Great Barr School of Motoring - driving lessons, driving schools, driving instructors in great barr, kingstanding, west bromwich and walsall

Passed on 9th May, Adam Bennett from Great Barr

Passed on 9th May, Adam Bennett from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 19th February, Jake McMorrow from Great Barr

Passed 19th February, Jake McMorrow from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 15th February, Liam Emanuel from Great Barr

Passed 15th February, Liam Emanuel from Great Barr

"Well Done Liam"...


Passed 15th February, Tommy Smith from Great Barr

Passed 15th February, Tommy Smith from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 12th February, Chirag Parmar from Great Barr

Passed 12th February, Chirag Parmar from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 11th December, Mitchell Prothero from Great Barr

Passed 11th December, Mitchell Prothero from Great Barr

Passed First Time !!...


Passed 22nd November, Michael Donohoe of Great Barr

Passed 22nd November, Michael Donohoe of Great Barr

Passed First Time !!...


Passed 28th June, Luke Ridout is from West Bromwich

Passed 28th June, Luke Ridout is from West Bromwich

Passed First Time !...


Passed 11th June, Bradley Chapman from Boldmere

Passed 11th June, Bradley Chapman from Boldmere

Passed First Time !...


Passed on 16th April, Sam Nellist is from Great Barr

Passed on 16th April, Sam Nellist is from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 22nd March, Chenille Smith from Great Barr

Passed 22nd March, Chenille Smith from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 22nd March, Onyx Butler is from Great Barr

Passed 22nd March, Onyx Butler is from Great Barr

Well Done Only Two Faults !!...


Passed 5th February, Aaron Heys is from Great Barr

Passed 5th February, Aaron Heys is from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 2nd February, Charlie Hawkins from Great Barr

Passed 2nd February, Charlie Hawkins from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 20th December, Stacey Lane from Great Barr

Passed 20th December, Stacey Lane from Great Barr

First Time Pass !!...


Passed 18th December, Dan Lawrence from Great Barr

Passed 18th December, Dan Lawrence from Great Barr

Well Done Only Two Faults...


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Driving Lessons Great Barr
 
 
Live in Great Barr and you are thinking of learning to drive or you are already taking driving lessons but becoming frustrated with your driving instructor. Why not join a driving school that is “refreshingly different” where you will benefit from the latest and proven teaching methods. You don’t have to take our word for it, read the comments of our local customers after taking their driving lessons with us. Driving Lessons Great Barr should be an enjoyable and straight forward process when following a structured course of lessons. It is vital that each of your driving lessons has a definite objective and you clearly understand exactly what you are trying to achieve during the lesson. Far too many driving lessons Great Barr consist of aimless driving around with no definite purpose or objective. When you make a mistake with your driving it is imperative that you understand exactly what the mistake is, how you can fix it and why it occurred. This is not rocket science but many driving instructors fail to follow these simple but very effective guidelines.

Important Note: If you do not have a definite objective for each of your driving lessons, then you’re learning period will almost certainly take you longer and cost you more of your hard earned money. We pride ourselves on being “Refreshingly Different” to our competitors and we receive many testimonials praising our teaching methods. To think all driving instructors in Great Barr are the same would be a huge mistake as many teach with no clear objectives and therefore extending your learning period and costing you more money than is necessary. If you are currently learning to drive in Great Barr and do not have a very clear objective at the beginning of each lesson then how can you possible understand what is expected of you during the driving lesson. You are more than welcome to join us here at Great Barr School of Motoring, where you can join many other local students that have passed their driving tests with us. I wish you happy driving best wishes Dave Thompson. All the very best from your driving instructor Dave at Great Barr School of Motoring.

 
 
Driving Lessons Kingstanding
 
 
If you are learning to drive and would like driving lessons in the Kingstanding area then we are here to help you join many local students that have passed with us. We offer the best “Try Us and See” deal on the planet, where you can take 5 hours of driving tuition for just £60.00. We also boast a first time pass rate of 80%. We pride ourselves on being “Refreshingly Different” to our competitors and we receive many testimonials praising our teaching methods. To think all driving instructors in Kingstanding are the same would be a huge mistake as many teach with no clear objectives and therefore extending your learning period and costing you more money than is necessary. If you are currently learning to drive in Kingstanding and do not have a very clear objective at the beginning of each lesson then how can you possible understand what is expected of you during the driving lesson. Learning to drive is a very simple process as long as though you understand what topics you are consistent with and what your weaknesses are. Your driving instructor should be targeting any areas of your driving for concern and formulating a plan to fix them. Your driving instructor should first check your understanding in theory to the relevant subject, this is best done by asking you good open questions and filling in any misunderstandings. This should be followed with guided practice until you are comfortable with what is required, responsibility can then be gradually transferred to you as become more consistent.  The driving lesson should always end with an interactive summary to assess what you have learnt and to answer any questions. When each lesson follows this format, your learning really does accelerate simply because you have a clear vision of what you are trying to achieve.  We receive far too many calls from learner drivers who have become very frustrated with aimless driving lessons in Kingstanding with no clear direction or feedback on how to improve. For your driving lessons Kingstanding, please call 0121 358 7530 or 07968 564696. Happy driving, Dave ADI Great Barr Som.

 
 
Driving Lessons Perry Barr
 
Your Driving Lessons Perry Barr should be structured in such a way that you will gain maximum value for your money.  Far too many students are becoming frustrated with their lack of progress and in many cases it’s more to do with how their lessons are structured rather than lack of ability.  One of the key aspects to leaning to drive is having a clear and concise objective for every driving lesson you take. If you are currently taking driving lessons and you do not begin each session with an interactive discussion on the chosen subject you may be trying to learn with your hands tied behind your back. I will explain: The reason for the interactive questions and answer session before you begin is to check your theory understanding of the subject to be covered. Here your driving instructor can help with any misunderstanding that you may have and make sure you have a sound knowledge of the subject to be covered.  It is vital that understand why you are required to do something and the possible consequences of not doing it correctly.  One of the reasons that you may have become frustrated with your driving lessons Perry Barr is because you do not understand what is required from you. This really is like driving with your hands behind your back. The next step is to have a very clear objective for the current driving lesson. You cannot simply drive off on your lesson without knowing exactly what you are trying to achieve. If your driving lesson is an introduction to a new subject, let’s say Roundabouts. Once the sequence in the previous paragraph has been completed then you can practice the practical part of roundabouts. Your driving instructor should be helping you with full talk through to make sure you succeed.  When you start to become comfortable performing roundabouts with your driving instructors help then it would be a good time to stop and have an interactive discussion to check your understanding and to deal with any issues that may have occurred. Now let’s move forward to your next driving lesson: Today objective is roundabouts !!  So why are we doing roundabouts again? Let’s say that on the last lesson you became reasonably confident with most aspects of roundabouts but lane discipline and the decision to emerge was still uncomfortable for you. So the OBJECTIVE of the current driving lesson should be: Today we are going to cover roundabouts once again with the specific objective of helping you to become more confident with your lane discipline and also making decisions when to emerge. You see this is NOT aimless driving around but working on a clear and concise topic that need addressing for you to move on with your driving.  At the end of the lesson the procedure is repeated.  Are you now confident in all aspects of roundabouts? If not what parts are you still not sure about? The objective is then set to deal with those issues. This applies to all subject covered in the learning to drive syllabus. So the next time you get in your instructors car and shoot off without a discussion around what will be covered or you do not understand exactly what you are trying to achieve and why, I suggest that you are most definately not getting full value for your money and you will certainly prolonging your learning period tot to mention the cost. Here at Kelvin White Driving School we spend a lot of time and investment in training our driving instructors to deliver quality lessons to this format and does it ever produce results .We boast a first time pass rate of 8o% when the local average in Perry Barr is just 30%.

 

 
 




"Dave's Teaching Methods were Excellent & Clearly Explained..."


"I didn't expect to be actually driving myself so quickly but with Dave's Help I was driving, turning corners, and changing gears on my very first driving lesson."

Ryan Owen

"Dave was So Patient, Understanding and Flexible..."


"I was a bit wary to begin with, as my old instructor was female. But as soon as I met Dave I knew we'd get on, he is "Fab", Really Patient, and has a great Sense of Humour, it wasn't like having driving lessons, it was like we were old friends having a chat and a laugh, I Really Enjoyed the Whole Experience."

Becki Hancock

"It's Great, Now I don't have to Rely on Other People..."


"Dave's Teaching Methods were Excellent, Everything seemed So Simple. I wasn't really looking forward to learning to drive because I get so nervous. Dave made my lessons fun and I enjoyed them so much, I couldn't wait for the next."

Rebecca Radford

Theory test explained: official DVSA guide


Driving test explained: official DVSA guide


 
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