I did the two day Train the Trainer course in Birmingham in December. The classroom day was very helpful and informative, and it was good to be able to share ideas with other instructors and potential trainers, as well as with Graham and James. They really made us think! Graham went absolutely above and beyond, and certainly knows a lot about client-centred learning. The second day in the car was a lot of fun, and gave a real insight into the challenges of being an instructor trainer. Overall, the course was extremely useful and worth every penny - I passed my ORDIT test the next day! Thank you so much to Graham and James, and all of the Tri-Coaching team. I couldn't have done it without you!Train the Trainer Courses Website
I'M so thankful to have found out about tri coaching partnership through M. S. A. This was when I started my journey towards getting first class quality training which started of with route 51 standards check , then going on to doing train the trainer which I found very helpful and can't thank my trainer enough for all his help a big thanks to Ian Lavell I then went on to starting the Betec 4 course which I found even more helpful in what I was doing and made think more differently about my business and about myself, I've recommend tri coaching to people that I know as there training is fantastic and I will certainly do more training myself with tri coaching thanks to everyone of yous especially Ian Lovell as he's fantastic in what he does and all the help that he has given me and it was great to meet Graham Hooper the director of tri coaching partnership.
I completed the BTEC level 4 in Coaching for Driver Development with Tri Coaching Partnership in 2019. It was worth every penny because it has given me the opportunity to train Ambulance drivers. Tri Coaching Partnership provided excellent training and support throughout and I would recommend this company to anyone interested in developing their skills.
Fab end to Btec4 with Fiona and Kev. Fun, interactive, informative. Really not the same person walking out that door who came in the door 12 months ago. I've grown as a person and instructor. Now what to choose next!
I did the tri-coaching Accelerate course in Leeds on Thursday and Friday and just want to say i thought it was absolutely brilliant! Its helped me massively with questioning, coaching, active listening and lots more! I was a bit worried i wouldnt like it before i left and i was really happy i had attended by the end of the 2 days! I would also like to thank Lee Jowett who ran the course as well as i thought he was absolutely brilliant! Very informative and kept us glued for the full 2 days! If anybody is thinking about doing it i would fully recommend!!
After thinking long and hard weather to do the Btec Level 4 in Coaching for Driver Development course. and kept putting it off.(was thinking about it for a year🙄) I decided to contact graham and have a chat as it was a bit out of my comfort zone. Graham put my mind at ease .so enrolled on the course.and am so glad I did. I met some amazing people. Sue and Graham and the tri coaching team are very knowledgeable. Kev and Fiona made the course very enjoyable.the in car day with terry was brilliant again was out of my comfort zone but we'll worth it .help and support was always available with the assingments. Any questions where answered quickly..this course has made a big difference to the way i think about and do my job. I have already enrolled for another course with them so goes without saying i would recommend any ADI wanting training to contact tri coaching you won't regret it.
I have just completed the btec 4 coaching course and have found the course to be fantastic throughout. The course gives a fuller understanding of how to coach properly and I have learned some great techniques that I will now use daily on my driver trainer sessions. The assignments are challenging but really help you develop your understanding and knowledge of coaching and support was always there when needed. All in all I'm extremely glad I did the course as I now feel i have improved as a trainer.
Before attending the ‘Presentation Skills’ course I was quite nervous and apprehensive, as I didn’t feel comfortable standing up in front of a room full of strangers. However, this is the very reason why I decided to attend the course in the first place. As always, and in true Tri-Coaching style, I was soon being challenged and pushed out of my comfort zone and therefore, began to discover my strengths and weaknesses. They set about developing my presentation skills by working in a relaxed manner but still pushing me to achieve my own personal goals. They gave me the strength and self-belief to keep working on my weaknesses. As a result, I left the course with a new found confidence, to continue to develop my presentation skills further. I would highly recommend any course run by Tri-coaching. Thank you again, to Sue and Sara for an excellent two days.
Since completing the BTEC 4 with Tri Coaching Partniship in 2016, I have tried to hone the skills and knowledge gained to become a more complete and customer focused professional. The exceptional course provided and run by Sue and Graham have today enabled me to become a Grade A instructor. I would thoroughly recommend the course, not just to "chase" the grade, but to improve your own knowledge and skill base.
I just wanted to say thank you for something you might be completely unaware of. Today I passed my standards check with my second grade A since I took the BTEC 3 with Di and Sara in 2014 and the BTEC 4 with Sue and Graham in 2015. In fact, I did even better than last time(46) and got 49/51. I'm really chuffed. The BTEC 3 was a real revelation and I remember Di saying, in the coffee queue, that coaching was a very natural way of learning compared to instruction. Now at that point I was still trying to come to terms with the old fault finding approach to instruction and if I'm honest, I'd never got totally to grips with it. Never got higher than a 5 in any check test I'd done. I always felt that there was only one way to do the job. So, when Di said that, I suddenly felt vindicated and that it was ok to do things more naturally. Also, here was someone saying that this approach could possibly be better. The day we spent in the car confirmed this as Di proved that it is pointless throwing a load of open questions at the pupil all the time (something I'd never understood the point of.) She got me really thinking about the value of a question and its' purpose. I can't tell you how life changing that moment was. I suddenly "understood" how to ask questions. When I took the plunge to go and do the BTEC 4 I knew that I was committing time and money ( loss of earnings, b&b costs) to something I thought would be demanding and difficult. And it was. Kind of. It took up time to travel and complete the assignments etc but Sue and Graham also made me really think. They also made me feel good about what I did out on the road with learners because I felt clear about what I was doing and confident that what I was doing was going to benefit my clients. At last, I felt clear about what and how to do the job I'd been doing for 14 years. Sue and Graham built on what Di had begun. As some of you will know, I've become an Assessor for TTC and an NDORS Instructor since then. I also enjoy my sessions on the road with Driver Metrics clients. I'm not convinced that I would have had the confidence to apply for either of the first two jobs had I not done the BTEC qualifications. The BTEC also helped me get accepted for some fleet work for TTC when I have no fleet licence. Today, the SE commented that it was a real pity that I didn't teach learners anymore and thanked me for a "very client centred lesson that was enjoyable to witness." ( I've attached my SC1.) Perhaps if I'd found you all 10 years ago I'd have felt a whole lot better about "teaching" learners and I might have had more satisfying lessons. I certainly would have been much more confident in my job as an ADI. With best wishes to you all. Philippa Philippa Joyce
Another fantastic course by Tri-coaching! Just completed a two day Presentation Business Skills workshop, not only does it focus on business it is also personal to my own development. I have realised my apparence is important to me, my voice is better than I thought and people who put me down or try to piss on my bonfire are really just afraid of my skills. Learning comes from within, I learnt it's ok to be myself and I don't need to work too hard to make a good impression as I am good enough as me! Power-posing and power Ballard's are all I need to be who I truly am the rest is my natural personality.
I've just completed the Coaching Excellence in Business Two Day Presentation Skills Course. A brilliant two days. For anyone interested in developing their business skills and venturing into other areas. We had a lot of fun on this course whilst learning, developing and knocking down barriers. I've learned the importance of the show up and now understand how to overcome feelings that have always inhibited me in the past. Thanks Susan McCormack and Sara Everett-Skinner