Why choose an intensive course in Leighton Buzzard?
Tony Glover Leighton Buzzard
Phil adapted his teaching style to suit my own way of learning (including telling me not to be so hard on myself!!). Having structure to the lessons meant more time was spent in the car driving rather that sitting still. I never felt that Phil was clock-watching and many lessons ran over the allotted time until we had reached a goal for the day. I’d recommend Phil to anyone of any age to learn to drive and of course pass their test.
Intensive Courses Leighton Buzzard
When I ask people ‘What do you think an intensive course consists of ?’, the usual response I get includes the image of seeing a learner driver driving around a car park full of cones for hours in Blackpool!
I’d like to think my intensive courses are a bit different!
A growing concern of mine is listening to new students coming to me from other instructors and hearing stories of:
no motivation as cannot see a driving test even being booked;
a lack of continuity and quality/focused time behind the wheel;
aimless objectives ensuring mundane lessons.
Therefore my intensive courses aims to offer:
Structure- a plan with a start,middle and end;
Test is booked in advance (you have a target to aim for, which helps improve performance);
Concentrated/focused time building confidence and skills, one to one in the car.
It is safe to say that 50 minutes a week practising football would not necessarily make you a professional footballer but it would help you to improve and become one step closer, the same way that thinking, analysing and performing for 5-8 weeks on an intensive driving course will give you the best possible chance to succeed at passing your test.