Fast Track Course from £282 (Includes Practical Test)
PassMePronto receive a large number enquires from students who require a different approach to instruction due to their physical or learning dominance.
Whilst our Fast Track courses are not geared around this specialist level of instruction, we do have access to a network of specially trained ADI’s who dedicate their careers to providing this level of service.
ADIs are equipped to teach a vast range of learners with abilities and disabilities alike.
They will often use an array of different teaching methods to help specific pupils meet their driving goals and aspirations, whether to enable someone to acquire a driving licence for the first time, or to help full licence holders further their driving skills and knowledge for personal reasons, or as part of their work as occupational drivers.
Due to the large number of people an ADI will typically train, at some point they will undoubtedly come into contact with students who require a different approach to instruction.
If a student cannot operate standard driving controls in a conventional way, or struggles to do so, an adaptation or change in technique may be necessary to help the driver operate the controls safely and comfortably.
For those who have specific learning needs, a different approach to their training may be called for to better cater to their requirements, and those with hearing difficulties will need alternative methods of communication to be introduced.
if you have specific learning needs, please contact PassMePronto with your requirements. We will be more than happy to assist you in fulfilling your learning to drive goals and aspirations.
Alternatively, we have provided a link to Driving Mobility.
Driving Mobility is a nationwide network of independent organisations. All of their centres offer professional, high quality information, advice and assessment to people who need to gain or retain independence through mobility.