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Ray Seagrave is a well-respected industry award-winning trainer. He has been passionate about helping others achieve goals and be the best they can be throughout his career. Having joined the industry as an ADI 11 years ago from a successful client-centred business background,

Ray is now a Grade ‘A’ (51/51) ORDIT registered trainer and has been a Grade ‘A’ ADI since the first introduction of the Standards Check. Ray has helped hundreds of ADI’s, PDI’sand those new to the industry achieve by focusing them on their personal goals and developing strengths around their professional development. He delivers instructor training on Part 3 and Standards Check success, teaching skills, in-car coaching and client-centred training techniques to Instructor associations, independent driving schools, ADI’s and PDI’S all over the country.

In this session, Ray answers the questions what does a great client-centred lesson look like, sound like, and feel like? How do we know our training is consistent in delivering grade-A lessons in accordance with the National Driver and Rider Standards? Ray looks at why lessons need to be goal focused rather than focused on fixing faults. The difference between working inside and outside the goal to help pupils learn faster whilst delivering training focused on how the pupil wants to learn. Ray talks about structuring lessons in a client-centred way to help pupils achieve lesson goals and why it’s valuable and necessary to help pupils focus on their learning journey.
Five takes outs delegates will get from this session:
  1. The structure of a client-centred lesson.
  2. What lesson goals are and what they are not.
  3. An understanding that instructing less equals learning more.
  4. How to help pupils keep a positive emphasis on their progress even when ‘everything has gone wrong.’
  5. Why training in a way that lets the pupil discover, is more powerful than giving them a solution that is not theirs

Session date: 30th June 21

Session time: 6-8pm

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