We offer two types of training and you can choose which suits you best.
We recommend the fixed course since this has proved to be very effective, and gets you ready for the test in the shortest time. In both cases, the actual in-
We assign six different Observers in a pre-
A consequence of this approach is that we are bound by a schedule, which is why we ask you to commit in advance to the dates of the drives.
Most of our Observers have jobs and a family life, so need the drives to be fixed well in advance. Therefore once the schedule is in place, it is not possible to re-
We also hold three evening sessions. The first is held before your drives, and allows us to complete the necessary administration, and to prime you with the information for your first drive. The second and third evenings are a chance for you to share experiences with other people taking the course, and allow us to reinforce some of the in-
The evening sessions are an integral part of your training, and we ask you to commit to these as well as the six drives.
If you need more than six drives then this is arranged on an individual basis.
This is a flexible open-
We do have a small number of Observers who are retired and can do daytime training for those who can take advantage of this.
The main advantage of this type of training is its flexibility, but the elapsed time is usually longer than the Fixed Course.