This week kicked off the start of another BDIC (Basic Driving Instructor) course at DriveWise. The course was created entirely by instructional designers at DriveWise, and has helped us obtain both Private Career College designation and a Special Recognition Award at the I4PL (Institute for Performance and Learning) in 2016. The course was designed to allow an individual to achieve and be recognized as a qualified in-vehicle instructor for a Beginner Driver Education Course.
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I’ve been an instructor for many years now and I’ve seen some rather interesting behaviors from my fellow road users, and I’ve often wondered why drivers behave the way they do on our roads. I’m sure most of us have been there where some guy cuts you off, or you’re waiting for the guy in front to finish their text before going on the green light in front of them. In those situations we can get filled with anger. The fascinating part about all of this is how if the same things
Invitations have been going out for our 6th Annual Advanced Learning and Technology Expo on Sept 21st, 2017. If you are a professional involved in training and technology, you will not want to miss this event. Our attendees come from near and far, and include fleet managers, health and safety specialists, training officers and consultants. Each year we bring in a cross section of experts from different fields to deliver engaging talks and presentations on everything from co