For some students, learning to drive is the easy bit. For them, getting through the Theory Test can be a real barrier to accessing the road, as it is written in a manner that some can find challenging. The DVSA allows help and support for students with an educational need, but getting this support can be a time consuming and often frustrating process.
Every student learns in a different way, but the majority are successful in passing their theory test with the readily available apps, books and CDs that are commercially available. I provide all students with advice on the most useful of these resources, and how to use them to get the best outcomes.
For those students who struggle with commercial resources, I offer specialist help to identify what the student is struggling with, how the student will best learn, and what (if any) help the student is entitled to from the DVSA. Where a student is entitled to support from the DVSA, I can help them to access this.
I have coached students with a wide range of needs, and have been successful in receiving additional support from the DVSA for students with conditions including:
· Asperger’s Syndrome
· Registered deaf
Access Driving provides:
· Advice on the best commercial resources available for all students;
· Specialist theory test support and teaching;
· Assessment on what support the individual student should be entitled to from the DVSA;
· Expert guidance and tailored help in getting additional support from the DVSA during the theory test if necessary.
To arrange a free teaching consultation, looking at the best solution for your need