We can’t underestimate the power of good questioning skills and how they can enhance the work of an ADI and help their client to improve. Learning to ask the best question at the most suitable time is a skill and needs practice and understanding. The workshop will help you understand the process and how you may be able to improve. If you find you tell clients what to do rather than ask them then this workshop could help you to improve or it could enhance your questioning skills.

Lynne Barrie

Lynne is a working ADI and ORDIT trainer as well as being Chairman of the ADINJC, a leading national association for ADIs. Lynne holds an M.A in Driver Training and has gained 51/51 in her ORDIT inspection and SC. However that hasn’t always been the case. Coming from a teaching career her first ADI tests were not of this standard and so she endeavoured to learn more and improve. Author of the popular “Standards Check Success” book, Lynne has helped hundreds of ADIs to achieve their goals.

Five takes outs delegates will get from this session:

  1. To understand the skill of effective questioning
  2. To consider different types of questions
  3. To understand the concept of a coaching conversation
  4. To understand why we ask questions
  5. To feel more confident to ask questions

6-8pm, 30th November 21

Tickets are priced at £26 for iiPlus or ADINJC Platinum members and £36 for everyone else. Both prices include VAT.

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