What's included in this course
- Discover your Learning Style
- Improved Memory
- Includes Dyslexia & Dyspraxia
- Feel More Relaxed
- Seven Sections
Psychology plays an important role in everyday life, but more so in learning a skill such as driving. As individuals, we all learn differently. Learning in your preferred learning style will make the difference between just learning and actually enjoying it. When we enjoy learning, we learn faster; and we retain the information longer.
This course is suitable for all students regardless of the subject that they are studying, however, it is essential for learner drivers. If you are learning to drive, it will give you a great understanding of the memory process and how you can apply it directly to your driving lessons. Furthermore, you have an insight into why occasionally, you may feel like giving up, and more importantly, how you can overcome these feelings.
VAK Learning SystemDiscover your learning style, and more importantly, how you can use this to your advantage, enabling you to learn to drive smarter
How the Brain RemembersWhat's the best way of remembering things? More importantly, discover how to use this information to your advantage and learn to drive faster
Power of SleepSleep can improve your performance by between 20 to 40%. Discover the benefits of sleep and naping before & after driving lessons
Your Inner SelfWe know that an apple is better for us than chocolate, so why do we often reach out for the chocolate. Discover methods to tame your inner self
Driving with Dyslexia & DyspraxiaWhat are the signs of Dyslexia & Dyspraxia? What help is available to those with learning difficulities taking a theory or driving test?
Control Driving Test NervesEffectively manage your thoughts in helpful and rational ways enabling you to overcome driving test nerves.
Driving Test AffirmationsUse the power of affirmations to motivate and help you to concentrate on your driving. Improve your ability to believe in yourself
Why chose us
The course is suitable, not just for learner drivers but students from all backgrounds, abilities, and ages. The Psychology of Learning has examples from learning to driving, but can easily be applied to any field.
There are no prerequisites. The “Psychology of Learning” course is open to students of all backgrounds. The course is conducted in English, with English subtitles and with the option to slow down, pause, or replay the sections for better retention.
No, absolutely not – in fact, that’s one of the main reasons we’ve developed DTC online courses so that more people from around the world could benefit from the training.
However, currently, all our courses are in English, with English subtitles. Therefore, a basic knowledge of the English language is required.