Instructor Training – Flexibility in Training
THE EXAMS MUST BE TAKEN AND PASSED IN ORDER.
WAITING LISTS CAN OCCASIONALLY CAUSE DELAYS.
INTEGRATED TRAINING IS THE BEST WAY AHEAD.
THE OPTIONS :-
-TRAIN FOR ONE EXAM AT A TIME.
-TRAIN FOR PARTS ONE AND TWO TOGETHER.
-INTEGRATE ALL THREE PARTS FOR QUICK LEARNING.
IT IS VERY UNWISE TO TRY TO COMPLETE ALL OF THE ABOVE AS AN INTENSIVE COURSE ! THREE SHIRES STRONGLY OPPOSES THIS METHOD. It is most unlikely that you will assimilate all of the knowledge needed for all three exams in an intensive course. Practice is needed to refine the driving and teaching skills you will need to meet the high standard expected. This is the main reason why only 28% of trainee instructors pass nationally.
Also – the waiting lists for the exams will cover a period of at least 3 months or more.
With THREE SHIRES, increase your chance of success to around 95%
THE LENGTH OF THE COURSE WILL DEPEND UPON YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES AND COMMITMENT.
SHORTEST QUALIFYING TIME IS TWELVE WEEKS.
THE AVERAGE IS SIX MONTHS.
YOU ARE ALLOWED UP TO TWO YEARS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.