In January 2000, after a career in the insurance industry, I switched to driver education, qualifying as an Approved Driving Instructor and registering with the Driving Standards Agency. I franchised myself with the Central Instructors' Association Driving School. Now I am working for myself. I enjoy my new work and find the high quality of teaching required challenging and very rewarding.
I have written the Hazard Ahead book and also developed tutorials on roundabouts.
In 2001 I qualified as a mentor with Rainer Kent Mentoring and, supported by Kent County Council, help young people coming out of care homes. For this voluntary work role I have attended a number of additional training courses on drug abuse, mental health and work involvement of Connections (a government organisation) for helping young people into work training experience and jobs. I am working to qualify for the B-Tech Award qualification.
A member of the Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club, I enjoy playing golf, tennis, walking and swimming. I hold both British and Canadian Private Pilot's Licences and enjoy classical and jazz music.
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Hazard Perception Ahead
Hazard Perception Ahead has been written and photographed by Andy Hall and edited by Russell Smith, in-order to give drivers an appreciation of hazard perception, which will help them drive more safely and help them get through the UK Hazard Perception Test. This book will also give a grounding for the UK theory question test. The book can be used in conjunction with hazard perception clips.
This book has been written by Andy Hall, who is an experienced driving instructor/author of driver education material.
It is a practical pictorial guide to Driving Hazards, which will help with your revision for the UK Hazard Perception Test.
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