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#1 Friday 16th June 2006 11:05:00


Roadcraft Motoring School (South West - Devon Cornwall)

Roadcraft Motoring School  Tel: 01752 29 00 99

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Re: Roadcraft Motoring School (South West - Devon Cornwall)

#2 Tuesday 15th May 2007 09:47:50

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From: Plymouth, Devon
Registered: Thursday 14th September 2006
Posts: 166

Re: Roadcraft Motoring School (South West - Devon Cornwall)

I used John Curtin from Roadcraft Motoring School (South West - Devon Cornwall) for my final attempt at the Part 3 process.

I found John's instruction to have been invaluable.  The style of his coaching and teaching was more relaxed and suited my own style very well.

John attended my final Part 3 test and again helped me to relax (very slightly!!! ~ only a little bit of pressure due to final attempt!!)  I was and am very grateful to John for his reassurance.

Very highly recommended to anyone wanting PAY AS YOU GO training in the South West Devon & Cornwall areas. for lessons in and around Plymouth.


#3 Wednesday 12th September 2007 23:39:17

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Registered: Wednesday 12th September 2007
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Re: Roadcraft Motoring School (South West - Devon Cornwall)

I also trained with John Curtin, passed part 3 first time with a 5 & a 6 big_smile.

I was very nervous and not confident at all but he was extremely professional and very patient and made the lessons very enjoyable. 

As I wasn't sure if this type of job was for me I liked the fact you paid for each lesson, this way if I thought I was doing the wrong thing I could just stop without wasting  lots of money, this also took some pressure off. 

After reading some comments from other pdi's I feel I was extremely lucky that I found the right instructor, John clearly has a passion for his job and has had for many years this makes his experience in ADI instructing second to none.

Also instead of doing parts 1 & 2 first he taught part 3 from the beginning and this again gave me some idea if I would be able to do the job.

If any one is looking for an experienced ORDIT qualified instructor in the Devon & Cornwall area  and does not want the risk of paying out lots of money up front I would highly recommend John Curtin, after all if he got me through part 3 he can get anyone through (almost).

Thanks John  roll


#4 Wednesday 26th September 2007 19:50:25

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Registered: Thursday 27th April 2006
Posts: 19

Re: Roadcraft Motoring School (South West - Devon Cornwall)

I also trained with John Curtin and found him to be extremely good he was good fun to be with and I looked forward to my lessons I started my training with someone else and was not getting the tuition that I needed they charged me for part one but gave me very little help when I pasted part I they let me drive round in circles for part 2 with out telling me what I was doing wrong John helped me pass part 2 and 3 and I also got a 5 and 6.

Thanks for everthing John Curtin ( Highly Recommended)

Juke (JMC)


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