AHD Driving School - Learn 'Off Road'
'Off Road' Drivers Scheme & Driving Lessons
for 14-17 Year Olds - http://youtu.be/E-fjP-0QKnM
*if you are over 17 and have a provisional licence, learning to drive, you still qualify to benefit from our 'Off Road' Scheme*
Lesson participants should be a minimum height of 1.4 metres or 4ft 8 and should be accompanied throughout their attendance at the venue by an adult or guardian
Due to the popularity and highly successful AHD Young Driver Scheme at Droitwich, we have now expanded the Scheme by joining together with another local driving school. Driving sessions will take place at Throckmorton Airfield, Pershore, and will now operate our NEW Young Driver Scheme as:
Book a place NOW for 2014...(T&C Apply)
Forthcoming 'Off Road' driver scheme dates for 2014 are:
January 18th, February 15th, March 15th, April 19th, May 17th, June 21st, July 19th and 26th, August 9th, 16th, 23rd, September 7th, 20th, October 18th, November 15th, December 20th.
The Young Driver Scheme will follow a structured course to enable candidates to be ready for their practical test. The course will also incorporate techniques to assist people with the following conditions: dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dyslexia, aspergers, autism, ADHD through our 'expert' specialists.
Why choose '1st Approach Academy Ltd' for your training?
Parents and pupils have said 'what an excellent idea', our 'Off Road' Driver Scheme is, and 'not like a race track', and 'carnival affair' that some parents have commented of other Schemes. One parent commented that they also like that our Scheme is 'on their door-step', being located within Worcestershire. We agree that one Scheme doesn't necessarily fit everyone and that is why we offer a personable service, especially for those that prefer a 1-1 training session, with a dedicated Driving Instructor, and if they are nervous and a little less confident, or perhaps have a special need such as ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, feel they can ask questions with knowledgeable Driving Instructors, in a safe 'off road' environment, with a course that can be 'tailored around the individual's own needs'.
(Read Article: Worcester Young Drivers) (Blog - Young Driver Scheme)
Testimonial: 'Thanks Anita. It was a great experience!' (Connor aged 14)
At the end of the Young Driver Programme ....
You will be driving in a confident, assured and responsible manner and be well equipped to reaching the standard required to pass a driving test, with possibly fewer lessons whilst saving you money at the same time!!
You will be in safe hands as we have a fully qualified First Aider on site. Why not book a couple of hours driving as a birthday gift for someone wanting to learn to drive, or a special occasion, why not purchase a gift voucher.
Participating pupils will learn to drive in a car on an extensive private road system following a structured methodology and with formal instruction from highly qualified DSA Driving Instructors, on a 'rolling' programme which is tailored to an individual's needs. Where possible, a Driving Instructor will be assigned to the individual for the period of the programme. Male and female Driving Instructors available. The time spent will include practical driving skills behind the wheel in preparation for an actual practical DSA Driving Test. We are also able to offer classroom training in preparation for a Theory/Hazard Perception test, 'Show and Tell' including vehicle maintenance, with access to a range of driver training courses which can be run in conjunction with local schools and colleges.
We can guarantee you will have a great time!!
CONTACT GERRY ON 07922 637168 TO BOOK OR Contact us here...VIA OUR WEBSITE.
Requirements to attend the course:
Pupils must be aged 14+ to 17 (up to their 17th birthday) to enrol. Pupils will be requested to provide evidence of date of birth and address.
Course fee to be paid in full in advance of the start course date. Course places must be confirmed on receipt of a completed booking form and payment.
Pupils must be accompanied by an associate, which may be either a parent or a teacher. The associate is responsible for the pupil and must accompany the pupil for the duration of the driving school session. In accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the associate must NOT wait for the pupil on the site of where the course/driving will be taking place and will be asked to be seated in an area away from any moving vehicles. Thank you.