Demystifying ADI Part 3 Fault Analysis
When teaching someone to drive, helping them analyse their faults involves understanding what went wrong and why? Not for you, but for the pupil, providing constructive feedback and guidance to help them recognize and understand the mistakes or shortcomings they are making while driving. This process is crucial for their development as a safe and responsible driver. Here's how you can approach it:
Observation: As the instructor, pay close attention to the learner's driving behaviour. Observe their actions, decisions, and reactions while on the road. Take note of any recurring mistakes or areas where they might need improvement.
Feedback: After a driving session, provide specific and clear feedback on their performance. Focus on both their strengths and the areas that need improvement. Be honest but supportive in your feedback, and use a non-critical and non-judgmental tone.