Autotutors’ Young Driving School North Wales, is a new and unique educational programme. The aim is to significantly reduce the risk for a young driver.
I myself am a step-dad and father of four children aged 16, 14, 11 and 4! I am also a fully qualified driving instructor with extensive experience in driver education.
Every young person remembers their driving instructor, I know I do! Very often it’s the first step of independence. I recognise this and realise the importance of this life experience. It’s a time for learning and development, laughter and making friends, trying out new exciting experiences, as well as discovering more about themselves. AutotutorsYDS will support your young person to make the experience as positive as possible.
The driving activity sessions will get the young person to make independent decisions and think for themselves in a safe environment. Young people really excel in this kind of supportive safe environment. AutotutorsYDS instructors are specially trained to understand the needs of every young person to exceed their own personal boundaries; our instructors are skilled at providing the right learning opportunities through education. We provide an inclusive range of learning; all professionally lead by DSA qualified instructors. There is something to challenge and thrill every kind of personality, our activity programmes will have your child talking about them and their experiences for months to come!
Driving is risk. An individual’s attitude and beliefs contribute to their decision making process and their own acceptable level of risk. From my own experience, I see many young people in a hurry to pass a driving test. The young person may have lots of enthusiasm and little experience – in particular little life experience.
I have lost friends due to road traffic collisions and I have delivered multiple presentations that examine the scene of a RTC. Regrettably, the majority of RTC’s are avoidable situations and human error will account for about 95% of all collisions.
Sadly, nearly a quarter of all car drivers (133 out of 542 drivers) who died in 2012 were young (17-24) drivers themselves.
The driving licence brings serious consequence and serious exposure to risk and at the same time offers complete freedom and independence.
By helping the young person develop a responsible and respectable attitude to driving from an early age, plus create an understanding of the serious potential consequences, I believe we can suppress the problems that can develop.
Effective safe driver training
Experiential education underpins the Young Driving School method of learning. Professional assessment in a fun, friendly atmosphere opens the door to effective training, I believe that with your help, we can reduce the risk to you and your child.
The Autotutors Young Driving School will provide your young person with a phased learning process to driving. The benefit is the depth and detail of vehicle control, the education and training, the relationship and trust building and above all teamwork between the young person, us and you.