Psychology of Learning to Drive a Car
What you'll learn
- Discover your own learning style - How you learn best
- How the brain remembers and how you can use this to enhance your learning
- How sleep can help increase your performance; plus tips on imroving your sleep
- Discover how you can my friends with your innerself
- Learning tips for those who have dyslexia, and or dyspraxia
- You will learn to manage your nerves to your advantage
- Discover the power of affirmations to help you pass ypur driving test
- No driving exoerence is required as this course can be applied to ant field of learning
Psychology plays an important role in everyday life, but more so in learning a skill such as driving. As individuals, we all learn differently. Learning in your preferred learning style will make the difference between just learning and actually enjoying it. When we enjoy learning, we learn faster; and we retain the information longer. Discover your learning style through this course using the VAK learning system.
This course is suitable for all students regardless of the subject that they are studying, however, it is essential for learner drivers. If you are learning to drive, it will give you a great understanding of the memory process and how you can apply it directly to your driving lessons. Furthermore, you have an insight into why occasionally, you may feel like giving up, and more importantly, how you can overcome these feelings.
Discover how you can improve your learning by 20 to 40% using the power of sleep. Furthermore, increase your chances of passing the driving test by controlling those nerves. Discover tips and tricks to help you with your learning. These can be especially useful to those with dyslexia & dyspraxia. There is a section of the course on dyslexia & dyspraxia where you will find an assessment tool to gauge the possibility of your having dyslexia.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone learning to drive
- Anyone who wants to understand themselves better
- Any learner who is interested in learning any subject quicker and wishes to retain the infirmation learnt
Shakti Gadday is a Grade A driving instructor in the UK. He has been registered with the Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVSA) since 1987. He is also an Advance ROSPA instructor and taught drivers at all levels including beginners, disqualified drivers, and company car drivers. He has also trained individuals to become driving instructors