I have been an ADI for some. When I met Graham at a conference, due to good results and an abundance of clients I had convinced myself that I was a great instructor. Which I was – An instructor. That been said, through all the training I had done up to that point not one of my trainers had used the word coaching! A very disappointing standards check test shortly after that resulted in a huge crisis in confidence and a confusion about what I thought my job was and what the reality and modern expectations were. I booked some training with Tri-coaching and decided to re-educate myself. After much self-reflection and numerous action plans facilitated by that training session the next Standards Check result was a perfect 51. All this did though was make me realise that I was very far from the instructor I needed and wanted to be. Thereafter, I decided to try and improve myself and so did the train the trainer course with Susan and Graham. It was a great course in terms of my professional development – but the added bonus was that I started realising the potential for my business and the increased income I could generate by being able to assist others in the industry. Now very motivated I decided to undertake the Btec4 – coaching for driving instruction. What an awesome course delivered by the most gifted trainers I’ve ever been taught by. I can honestly say that I have never learned more on a single course. And I have done and delivered numerous in my previous career in the food industry. My understanding of coaching is now so entrenched that I don’t really know how to train drivers of any level without the coaching skills I have developed. I have recently completed my Btec4 course, but the beauty of it is that by the time you are done, the development that started at the beginning of the course has really started to show results, and once that happens it motivates one to do more. By the end of the course I was changed as a trainer forever. Where am I now? My business is going really well, and I am starting to focus more and more on delivering CPD training for other ADI’s and PDI’s. Not only has my earning potential increased dramatically, but I am having the most rewarding time at any point in my adult working career. My association with Tri-coaching is invaluable to me. They are the best placed company in the UK to help make you the best product you can possibly be, and their experience of the business side of the industry then helps you to sell that great product. You could have a job, or you could have a career with infinite personal and financial rewards. The only thing you need to achieve this is to use the services that are so readily available with this amazing company – Tri-Coaching Partnership.
Last week I attended the Train The Trainer course in Maidstone and it was fantastic. The entire Tri-Coaching team are amazing and they have opened my mind to a new way of coaching. The knowledge and support they offer is wonderful and I cannot thank them enough. Very highly recommend Tri-Coaching Partnership.
Hugely beneficial time spent on these courses, lots of positivity to give and take from all the sessions too, very knowledgeable and approachable trainers. Huge thanks.
I completed the Tri-Coaching, Train the Trainer back in Sept 2018. A fantastic course, with invaluable knowledge from 2 lovely ladies, Susan and Di! It really gave me new found enthusiasm, not only for training with PDIs but working with fellow ADIs in my team and my learners alike. It inspired me so much I signed up for the BTEC4 too and I'm enjoying that just as much! The support you get after the course is second to none! Fab Team! well worth the investment....if you can't invest in yourself...who can you invest in?
I did a TtT course just over a year ago. Although I have been Ordit registered for over ten years and training ADIs for nearer 20, the course gave me a new enthusiasm and much improved level of knowledge than before. Give the Tr-Coaching Partnership courses a try - you won’t be disappointed!