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The Driving Instructor's Handbook - John Miller

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Genre: Reference / Author: John Miller, Margaret Stacey / Edition: 16th Edition / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2009-07-03 by Kogan Page

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      03.01.2011 21:09
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      A must have

      Thinking about becoming a driving instructor? Or maybe you already are?..either way, you'll be extremely hard pressed to find a better book available to you than 'The Driving Instructors Handbook (16th Edition)' by John Miller and Margaret Stacey.

      Suggested by the Driving Standards Agency as "essential material for the approved driving instructor exams", this book provides you with all the knowledge required in becoming and being a successfull instructor - and in great detail too!

      From you parts one, two and three exams, through to driver training, teaching and coaching skills, road traffic law and the mechanical principles of a car, this book literally covers everything you need.

      When training to become a driving instructor I bought many books to help me through and once I discovered this book I realised I was as good as throwing my money away because this book contains everything those other books had and more.

      The book is paperback, with about 400 pages and quite small text size so it's not a simple, bed time read, it's an in-depth 'all you need to know' guide, but with an RRP of £19.99 (and finding it online, normally for about £14.99) it's not a book to ignore if becoming a driving instructor is something you are hoping to do.

      It is written in plain english and there are no sections that are difficult to understand, nor do you need to have mechanical knowledge to understand the mechanical principles section as it gives a sense that it's aimed at a wide audience, not just someone already in the know.

      All in all, a true must have.

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