Continuous Professional Development is a must for the ADIs, especially for the best of the best. We looked at the providers of training and it was clear who in 2020 led the pack; Tri-Coaching Partnership. Massive congratulations on this award.
Tri-Coaching Partnership have not only offered a consistent and brilliant package over the years, but in 2020 they innovated to stay fresh and current in these volatile times. From online courses, to info-packed web seminars, to brilliant partnership choices.
With their consistent presence on social media and free articles, podcasts and YouTube videos, Tri-Coaching Partnership prove time and time again why they are the leading CPD Provider of 2020.
Graham Hooper from Tri-Coaching Partnership told us this when they found out they won.
The Tri-Coaching Partnership team would like to thank Go-Roadie for this Award – The CPD Provider of the Year. We are extremely grateful to our trainers for helping us to deliver the courses; and to our clients, who have provided us with testimonials, confirming how much they have taken from our courses. Without these contributions from our trainers and clients, it would not be possible to be recognised by Go-Roadie.
Our flagship course, The BTEC Level 4 Professional Award in Coaching for Driver Development continues to set the standard for ADIs seeking continuing professional development. Our other courses - Standards Check / Part 3, Train the Trainer and ORDIT - also have been enjoyed via our ZOOM training sessions, making CPD accessible to everyone in the country. We look forward to the challenges next year will bring with the re-launch of our introduction to coaching course - aCCeLerate - plus two brand new courses: Group Coaching and Advanced Coaching Skills.
2020 has been a tough year for everyone and we felt it was important to maintain regular contact with all our customers to help keep people motivated. Therefore, during the first lockdown, we supported the industry by giving away 30 weekly webinars and interviewing leading figures in the industry on our YouTube channel; we provided Facebook lives on our Facebook group during the second lockdown.
May we take this opportunity to wish everyone success and good health in 2021.
ADI of the Year England goes to the hard working Mizan Choudhury from Mizan School of Motoring.
Commended: Joslyn Thoms
Gemma McIntosh from Dundee is winning the coveted ADI of the Year Scotland award whilst staying popular whilst becoming an independent instructor. Nice job!
Commended: Neil David
ADI of the Year Wales is awarded to Cardiff based driving instructor Paul Pirvu. Well Done, you've done great this year.
Commended: Richard Spiers
A massive congratulations to Aberdeen & District Driving Schools Association for winning Association of the Year.
Commended: Hinckley & District Driver Trainers Association
Car of the Year is awarded to Ford Fiesta. The ever popular vehicle with learner drivers is still going strong.
Commended: Vauxhall Corsa
Community of the Year goes to the exciting new initiative, The Driving Instructor Trainers Collective (The DITC). Massive congratulations.
Commended: I'm a Driving Instructor (ADI or PDI) & I'm on Facebook
A well-deserved win for Tri-Coaching Partnership taking away our award for CPD Provider of the Year. Their content is relevant, keeping instructors informed at every turn.
Congratulations to Kia eNiro for winning Electric Vehicle of the Year.
Commended: Renault Zoe 50kWh
A very warm congratulations to FBTC for helping instructors through this hard time, listening to their needs and for that, they have won Industry Partner of the Year.
Commended: Theory Test Pro
Intelligent Instructor has won Publisher of the Year - they're content is as fresh as ever and are keeping instructors in the loop when it matters.