DIPOD

The DIPOD podcasts are aimed at driving instructors and are produced by driving instructors. We look to be a highly interactive podcast and welcome your contributions whether by email, phone or in person in the studio. The show has been running since 2007 and our complete back catalogue of shows can still be downloaded to this day! We look forward to having you on board and hope you enjoy the shows as much as we enjoy producing them! It’s a monthly dive into ADI topics, giving continuous professional development (CPD) on teaching methods and advice and interviews.

Phone the DIPOD team on 08432 892556 or email: adi@dipod.co.uk

Website: www.dipod.co.uk

How to receive the shows

There are a multitude of ways you can listen to the podcast

  • From our website pages here
  • By receiving CDs with a subscription.(see directions below)
  • Using an app on your phone (pocketcast recommended – many other free ones are available)
  • In iTunes
  • Google Music
  • Spotify
  • iHeart Radio
  • Facebook page at Dipod.adi
  • WhatsApp page
Show 147
Motorway Training
Show recorded on 25/9/18
56 minutes
In which we continue our chat with Richar Borges from Intelligent Instructor and we look at various aspects of driving and teaching on the motorway.
Non ADI View of Motorway
Lane Discipline
Tail Gating
Cueing
Your Experiences
Driving Hub Help
Roof Boxes
Bay Parking

CPD Notes:
You can download the CPD notes and then and add your own notes, then use it towards your personal CPD.
Download your PDF File from Here!

CPD Notes:
You can download the CPD notes and then and add your own notes, then use it towards your personal CPD.
Download your PDF File from Here!

25/8/2018

We are joined in the studio by Richard Borges, who is ‘head of digital’ from Intelligent Instructor. He updates us on the exciting developments that are going on and shows us around the new website.

  • Richard’s Introduction
  • Website Update
  • First Car
  • Contributors
  • Events
  • Car Reviews
  • Dedicated Lane

Download the mp3 HERE! To download, right click and choose “save file as” (or similar)