Code of Conduct

I promise to be the best instructor I can be by:-

  • Keeping in touch with the latest teaching techniques and DVSA updates
  • Not being late
  • Not allowing myself to be overworked and stressed
  • Supporting my students with timely communication and responses and making comprehensive notes on lessons
  • Providing high-quality resource appropriate to each student
  • Providing clarity on pricing
  • Giving good feedback and addressing any issues or problems as quickly as possible
  • Helping you be the best by identifying your strengths and weaknesses
  • Always looking at the bigger picture and how your driving goals fit into that
  • Remaining open to feedback and constructive criticism (I’m not perfect, but I try to be!)
  • Answering all questions as best I can

We’ll be the perfect partnership if you:-

  • Are committed to learning
  • Ask questions – because I don’t mind-read! Your questions help me know what you do and do not know and understand
  • Reading, watching and studying between lessons. The resource is available so do use it to your advantage
  • Ensure you’re alert and in a fit state to learn
  • Don’t waste our time and your money by being overly tired, over-emotional or *under the influence of drink or drugs
  • Evaluate your actions. Help yourself (and me) to understand why you acted in a certain way so that we can address it and, where necessary, correct it

*If I believe you’re in an unfit state to drive I will not continue the lesson and you will still be charged

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