With regret, we have had to take the decision to move our face-to-face conference, AGM and awards this year to an online event. If you would like to attend, the virtual event, it will take place between 10am -1pm on the 11th March, via ZOOM. Please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org with the email address you would like us to use, and we will send you the joining instructions nearer the time.
Apologies for the obvious disappointment in not having a face-to-face event, but it seems that in this post-COVID era, there is still a preference for online rather than in-person events of this kind. Please be reassured that despite moving to a virtual format, this is still an incredible opportunity to hear the latest industry news and harness the knowledge of our expert line up of senior DVSA and industry representatives.
DVSA – Peter Hearn
Peter Hearn will give an updated presentation on where DVSA are at the time, he will also hold an open question time for attendees.
Peter became Director of Operations (North) at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) in May 2017. He had been covering the role since April 2017 and had been Acting Director of Operations for all of DVSA since July 2016.
Peter previously held positions at the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency, including:
Scheme Management and External Relations Director Head of Planning and Policy in operational management Area Manager Vehicle Examiner Director of Operations (North), DVSA The director is responsible for providing our driving test and vehicle test services in the north-east, north-west, West Midlands, Scotland and Wales.
Peter will be accompanied by other senior DVSA Personnel.
Confident Drivers – Ken and Tracey Field
Kev & Tracey Field from Confident Drivers are leading industry experts helping anxious drivers transform their feelings about driving and get back on the road through driving confidence coaching, stress management techniques and online driving confidence courses. If you are an ADI who would like to offer Mindfulness and stress management resources to your pupils to help manage their nerves, this should not be missed.
Kev is a personal development coach, NLP practitioner, and a grade A ORDIT registered instructor. Tracey is a mindfulness teacher qualified in stress management techniques and recently completed her psychology degree with The Open University. Together they have combined their skills and knowledge and applied them to driving anxiety, stress and nerves.
Kev and Tracey run training courses for ADIs who want to understand more about how to help their nervous students and are regular speakers at driver training industry events, as well as being the hosts of The Driving Confidence Podcast.
Tri-Coaching Partnership Ltd – Graham Hooper Coach & Mentor IAPC&M AFC AFM ORDIT
Graham is passionate about Road Safety and using coaching for driver development to make a difference to ADIs / PDIs and their clients. He has been an ADI and trainer for 28 years and has invested heavily in his own CPD and is co-managing director of Tri-Coaching Partnership, the number one supplier of ADICPD.
The presentation will show the 4 fundamental skills that a ADI/PDI should have to make feedback an effective learning tool and how feedback is used to be client centred and on point. These key skills show how without effective feedback both you and the client can get lost on the journey of learning.
TSO Partnership Manager – Lucy McKay
Lucy McKay is the Partnerships Manager at TSO, for the DVSA account. This presentation will give an update on our recent activities and work alongside DVSA. It will highlight ways that your organisation can get more involved to promote your work and demonstrate new tools to help support your learners.
TSO are the official publishers for DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency). We publish the Highway Code and a wide range of print and digital learning resources to help keep you safe on Britain’s roads.
Our Safe Driving for Life website receives over 1.1 million users every month. Here road users can access a range of information and latest advice, and shop for eLearning resources and printed books too. Did you know we have a blog page on the website that you can contribute to and share your latest updates and findings?
Hope to see you on the 11th March