Reflections of a Driving Instructor A refreshingly candid outlook on all matters of being a driving instructor from qualification to running a profitable driving school This account from an author who is recognised for his straight forw

  • Title: Reflections of a Driving Instructor
  • Author: Tom Ingram
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  • Page: 139
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A refreshingly candid outlook on all matters of being a driving instructor from qualification to running a profitable driving school This account from an author who is recognised for his straight forward approach within the industry has got plenty of practical tips and advice that will appeal to newcomers as well as established professionals in the driving training industA refreshingly candid outlook on all matters of being a driving instructor from qualification to running a profitable driving school This account from an author who is recognised for his straight forward approach within the industry has got plenty of practical tips and advice that will appeal to newcomers as well as established professionals in the driving training industry For readers who are considering becoming a driving instructor this could save time and money as well as raising awareness of the pitfalls in the industry From the author who has created driving training videos for his YouTube channel with 500,000 views, writes monthly articles for magazines, provides road safety school talks and maintains 2 blogs this is a collection of everything that is important to a successful driving school owner Get help here by removing the high risk out of your business plans and better managing outcomes

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    1. Tom Ingram

      Thomas Henry Ingram was the son of John Markham Ingram, an officer in the armed forces, and his wife Grace Williams.He served in the Royal Artillery of the British Army from 1942 45, and was educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge B.A 1948 M.A 1957 He worked for a few years as a teacher, and for several subsequent years as a researcher and writer, before lecturing in the United States for the Netherlands Office of Overseas Students in 1957 58, and as an instructor 1958 60 and assistant professor of English 1964 65 at Long Island University Returning to England he held positions at the City of Bath Technical College 1960 64 1965 67 and the British Polytechnic, West England College of Art from 1967 He married Marie Robbins Vona in April 1958 they had three children, two daughters and one son.His first book, Bells in England 1954 , is nonfiction, and it includes two appendices written for the book by Robert Aickman, on Henry Irving in The Bells five pages and The Bells of Bealings House also five pages With Douglas Newton he compiled Hymns as Poetry 1955 , and Banns of Marriage 1955 was his first novel.Ingram turned to writing juveniles in the 1970s, and the first of these, The Hungry Cloud 1971 retitled Garranane in the 1972 U.S edition , is a compelling fantasy with excellent illustrations by Bill Geldart of a evil lady named Fenrir who can destroy a person by drawing a likeness, threatening Kai and his sister Flor as well as their entire kingdom It was followed by two other juveniles, The Night Rider 1975 , a time slip fantasy, and The Outcasts 1977 , where in response to murderous attacks by eagles on a village, three people are driven away.

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