Racing to Kempton Park with Intelligent Instructor & the ADINJC
Spring conference hits record highs to be a clear winner
Published on April 28, 2023
Instructors made the journey from right across the UK to attend this free to attend, premier
event. They listened to expert speakers helping them improve their skills as both trainers and as business owners.
Getting on the road
become a regular feature at future events. This dedicated seminar area was hosted by Lou
Walsh, from Go Green Driving Instructor Training. Here, dedicated sessions were aimed at
those in training to become ADIs, delivered by a wide range of expert trainers.
‘structuring a syllabus’, ‘how to pass the Part 3 test’ and then ‘how to use questioning’, all
‘identifying faults and how to fix them’, and ‘when, how and why to adapt your part 3
Top level support
Upstairs, in our Premier Suite 1, even more training sessions were delivered. These included:a one–hour mini masterclasses from Ray Seagrave covering off ‘developing your coaching
skills’. Meanwhile, Bob Morton offered advice on ‘being the best instructor you can be’, while the ADINJC’s Lynne Barrie and Andrew Love doubled up to cover the important subject of ‘questioning’.
Plugging into your future
For those wanting to hear about road safety, EVs, accountancy services, disability driving or
the new GoRoadie product launch, Premier Suite 2 was the place to be.
Ruedi Press from YES! School of Motoring co–ordinated the fantastic EV display outside the
parade ring, with over 20 ADIs on hand to share their experiences with interested
instructors. The onlooking Desert Orchard and Kauto Star statues would have been proud
with the cars’ turn of speed.
Track side, the outdoor experience area enabled people got to get behind the wheel of QEF
Mobility Services specially adapted vehicles and Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Service
delivered the ultimate VR experience for willing volunteers who stepped into their van.
Providing the tools of the trade
their products and services.
A winning day out
informative DVSA update and lively Q&A, where it was standing room only.