We recognise that different people, of different ages, learn in different ways; if you’re younger, or of an independent mind, you may prefer a ‘coaching’ style of driving lessons, where you’re asked to identify where you can improve a particular aspect of your driving. If you’re more cautious, or prefer a more structured approach, you may be more comfortable with an instructional style; ‘Do this.’ ‘That’s ok, but try it again this way.’ ‘Better. Let’s do it again and get it polished.’ type-thing.
In our experience, we’re also aware that folk can switch between the need for different kinds of driving tuition as they progress; a very nervous person can sometimes ‘click’ after a few lessons and start to take control of their driving, and the learning process, themselves. A bold, confident learner driver may need more intervention further down the line to reassure them that they’re on the right track, or to perfect a particular skill.