Type of Courses:
- 3 Day Course (Day 1, 2 & 3) Our complete course
- 3 Day Course – Flexi (Day 1, 2 & 3) If you can not do Day 3, this can be done on another date – this has to be done on 3rd day of any future course. (This can be arranged on the first day of the course with the tutor and no need to do at time of booking)
- Workshop (Day 4) Only booked when advised
- Top-up (Day 5) Only booked when advise
9am Start (Arrive prior)
Break every 2hrs approx for 45mins
5pm Class ends
What do I need?:
Notepad preferably A4 hard back. Assorted colour pens, preferable a 4-in-1 colour pen and additional colours: you need black, blue, red, green and orange or yellow. Also a pencil with eraser and sharpner. You may take notes on a tablet or laptop.
You don’t need to prepare any specific. However we do advise a little background reading, so you find the course easier to take in also having practical driving experience can benefit also. A week before we will send you a email access to a website for practice.
Which course is best?:
The 3 Day Course is best as it covers almost everything and practice so all you have to do is memory revision (Recommended). Day 4 & Day 5 to be booked when recommended. If you have learning difficulties or weak English, scroll down. We do courses in classroom or online.
We have a superb way of getting you to understand the Hazard Perception test and will teach you the best techniques. Once pupils have completed our course they score an average 65-75.
Is the course enough?
Once you have completed any of the courses, complete the bespoke action plan provided, use your notes to revise, flick through the basics and use the website issued to practice online. After a 3 day course and completing your tailor made action plan, you are ready to go. If you feel you require further training, we will advise on next step. We also offer additional 121 private tuition via Zoom.
When shall I book my test?
Due to the backlog caused by the COVID pandemic. We suggest booking our course then book any test you can get regardless of how far or near to the course date. You can change your test date multiple times at any time provided its at aleast 4 days before the test. You can searrch for a earlier test date by checking for cancellations on gov.uk. You can also try other test centres for earlier dates. Whenever you like! We can not recommend when to do a test as everyone is unique. As guidance we would say from 7 days to 30 days after the course. However its up to you. Just don’t leave it too long or too close.
90% – 100% Pass rate:
Our customers have a 91% pass rate after completing our full 3 day course and fully following our instructions. Pass rate are calculated February to February from the pupils who have got back to us, effort is made to contact pupils after a week. Pass rate include mild Dyslexia pupils but not adverse learning difficulties as process can differ. However, delegates with adverse learning difficulties pass rate reach in the 70s. We also have testimonials on our website, Google, Facebook like page and Trust Pilot. The government figures for Theory Test pass rate is 43% (2016), which shows we have a very high margin above average. Our pass rate is only based on delegates who have completed the full course and followed all instructions after post course. Live pass rates so far to date:
June 2021: 80%
May 2021: 100%
April 2021: 100%
December 2020-March 2021: No data due to COVID19 Lockdown
November 2020: 75%
October 2020: 85%
September 2020: 100%
August 2020: 100%
July 2020: 100%
June 2020: 100%
May 2020: 100%
Testimonials & Reviews:
You may find our testimonials on our testimonial page, google, on our facebook like page or Trust Pilot.
We can give you the details of local accommodation with prices from £25 per night. This can be viewed on our location page. We also do online video conference courses using Zoom.
How we implement our training:
We provide Training to cover both the Theory Test, and Hazard Perception Test. We use a variety of teaching methods, including the use of visual aids:
- Live illustrations
- Diagrams / tables
- Use of props
- And having a great time!
This approach ensures that you are constantly engaged in the information you need to process. Another plus is that we use primary sources to convey this information across to the students.
Dyslexia, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Stroke, Aspergers or alike:
Since we opened, 25% of our pupils have Dyslexia or other form of learning needs so do not feel alone! Never feel shy, afraid or ashamed when visiting us. We wont make you feel like you stick out of the class or ask you to read out.
Our courses are very visual and consist of many images, videos and illustrations. We also verbally repeat notes for your benefit. We also explain the extra benefits you are entitled to in order to help you take your Theory Test.
You must bring someone with you to make notes for you and so on. They must also be booked.
We know with Dyslexia or alike you can suffer with any of the following:
– Taking information in.
– Understanding something.
– Letters missing, backwards or jumbled up.
Learning difficulties / CANT read or write / Poor English Skills:
Since we opened, 25% of our pupils have some sort of learning difficulties so don’t feel alone! Never feel shy, afraid or ashamed when visiting us. We wont make you feel like you stick out of the class or ask you to read out.
Our courses are very visual and consist of many images, videos and illustrations. We also verbally repeat notes for your benefit. We also explain the extra benefits you are entitled to in order to help you take your theory test.
You must bring someone bringing someone with you to make notes for you and so on. They must also be booked.
BSL (British Sign Language) :
We are hoping to have BSL added to our future courses. We do not have a expected time of delivery. For the meantime we recommend contacting CityLit who do provide this service. If you are a BSL interpreter or are a part of a BSL institute please contact us.