4×4 CPD for ADIs

We’ve been running 4×4 CPD courses for ADIs for several years now, for instructors on the first steps towards careers as off-road instructors, or to improve their practical knowledge of 4 wheel drive systems, ABS, Traction Control and transmissions. We find there’s nothing like seeing a cross-axled 4×4 to help you understand a differential!

So it was a great joy to receive an email from Rachel of Xcel Driver Training thanking us for the course she attended with us at our Devon training site:

I just wanted to write to say thank you for an excellent Lantra course we attended over the weekend 1st June 2013.

Your patience and knowledge on your subject was very impressive. The location was beautiful and exceeded my expectations.

The detail which you went in to, only shows how much you love your subject. As a fellow ADI/ORDIT trainer, I was impressed with how you applied the core competencies to my training. You quickly picked up on the fact that I learned best by “doing” and adapted your teaching style accordingly. Thank you.

The lunch you laid on was delicious and very much appreciated. The day was well structured and informative from beginning to end. I would highly recommend you to any one wishing to improve their off road skills and knowledge.

You are a true professional, right from the first phone call I made to you several months ago enquiring about the course. At every step you have gone out of your way to explain everything in the tiniest of detail! Rare customer service in this day and age, let me tell you!

I am glad I found you and hope to meet you for more training in the future or call you if I ever need any advice on anything 4 X 4 related!

Excellent!

It was a great day of training, with two outstanding instructors who are already working with manufacturers of luxury 4x4s and wanted to extend their knowledge and understanding of the vehicles.

Well done to Rachel and Simon on passing your Lantra-Awards Off-Road Driving for Experienced Drivers course.

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