The BIG question - Why should I go on a course with a pupil to instructor ratio of 2:1? Surely one-to-one individual teaching is better? Well, actually, not necessarily. Firstly, you get it cheaper. You get top quality instruction for two-thirds of the price you would normally pay. Yes, I hear you say, but I'm only getting half the time! Not true!
It has been an established fact for many years that learning through modelling, or observation, is a much more effective educational experience than direct learning. For example, psychologically most of us can only deal with seven things at once, anything over and above that is simply filtered out. When you are driving a car you are being bombarded by many more than seven stimuli so all your attention is being taken by the driving, leaving nothing spare. As what the instructor is saying is generally considered less important by our brains, it gets filtered out and nothing is learnt. Whereas, if you are observing the driving, not only can you observe how the situation is developing but you have the spare attention to process what the instructor is saying and learning takes place. You can assimilate all this information, which you can then put into practice on your practical session. In fact, this is the usual way in which instructors are taught.
So, not only do you get the benefit of vicarious learning, you get it cheaper than normal lessons, and you get a structured course that is going to bring you the result you are looking for in only two weeks. Or, if you already have some driving experience, you can sign up for just the second week. Alternatively, as a beginner who wants to advance quickly, you could just do the first week and move on to ordinary lessons after that.
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