Courses

Attentive Driving School running following courses which suits in individual circumstances are:

Intensive Course

ADS Driving Instructor in Aldershot, Hampshire
Pass your test in days not months! We arrange your Theory Test, Driving Test and Driving Lessons. You can start your driving lessons 1 week before your driving test or spread them out over a period of time leading up to the Driving Test.

We have crash courses to choose from ? the one that is right for you will depend on how many lessons you require.

  • 10 Hour 2 Day Crash Course, suitable if you are at test standard or if you have just failed a driving test, can also be done in blocks of 2 hours leading up to the driving test. Book now to obtain prices
  • 20 Hour 4 Day Crash Course, suitable if you are at test standard or if you have just failed a driving test, can also be done in blocks of 2 hours leading up to the driving test. Book now to obtain prices
  • 30 Hour 5 Day Crash Course, suitable if you have never driven before, or if you have driven but are very nervous, can also be done in blocks of 2 hours leading up to the driving test. Book now to obtain prices

A crash course of intensive tuition is not suited for everyone. Some people find them very stressful and prefer a much more relaxed approach to learning to drive.

 

Refreshment Courses

If you would like further information on a refresher driving course, please feel free tocontact us.

Whether you have not driven in a while or are not used to driving on the left hand side of the road, a short refresher driving lesson course will…

What is pass plus?

Pass Plus is a DSA approved training course aimed at 17 – 25 year olds, designed to be taken after passing your L-Test. You will learn how to deal with various challenges that you may not have encountered during your pre-test lessons. Thereby helping you to be a safer, more confident driver.

Why Pass Plus?

Newly qualified drivers are much more vulnerable than they realise. Statistics show that new drivers are more likely to have an accident within the first two years after passing their driving test, than at any other time in their driving career. A quarter of those killed on the roads are under 21 years old. 95% of road traffic accidents are caused by human error, and the new driver's comparative lack of experience often leads to these errors.

Who can take pass plus ?

Anyone with a full UK license can take Pass Plus. However, it is primarily aimed at the 17 to 25 age group, and is intended to be taken within the first year of passing their L-Test. You will not have to take a test at the end of the course but you will be continually assessed. You must successfully complete all the modules in the course to an achieved or exceeded standard.

What does it involve?

Pass Plus is made up of six practical modules which include:

  • Driving in towns
  • Driving on rural roads
  • Driving in adverse weather
  • Driving at night
  • Driving on dual carriageways
  • Driving on motorways

Designed to be taken as 6 1hr lessons. However, this can be into two, three or four sessions. It offers professional instruction in the above areas helping to:

  • Gain quality driving experience
  • Become a more skillful driver
  • Develop a positive driving style to make driving enjoyable, but safe.
  • Reduce the risk of being involved in an accident.


 

Pass+Plus Course

What is pass plus?

Pass Plus is a DSA approved training course aimed at 17 – 25 year olds, designed to be taken after passing your L-Test. You will learn how to deal with various challenges that you may not have encountered during your pre-test lessons. Thereby helping you to be a safer, more confident driver.

Why Pass Plus?

Newly qualified drivers are much more vulnerable than they realise. Statistics show that new drivers are more likely to have an accident within the first two years after passing their driving test, than at any other time in their driving career. A quarter of those killed on the roads are under 21 years old. 95% of road traffic accidents are caused by human error, and the new driver's comparative lack of experience often leads to these errors.

Who can take pass plus ?

Anyone with a full UK license can take Pass Plus. However, it is primarily aimed at the 17 to 25 age group, and is intended to be taken within the first year of passing their L-Test. You will not have to take a test at the end of the course but you will be continually assessed. You must successfully complete all the modules in the course to an achieved or exceeded standard.

What does it involve?

Pass Plus is made up of six practical modules which include:

  • Driving in towns
  • Driving on rural roads
  • Driving in adverse weather
  • Driving at night
  • Driving on dual carriageways
  • Driving on motorways

Designed to be taken as 6 1hr lessons. However, this can be into two, three or four sessions. It offers professional instruction in the above areas helping to:

  • Gain quality driving experience
  • Become a more skillful driver
  • Develop a positive driving style to make driving enjoyable, but safe.
  • Reduce the risk of being involved in an accident.