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LEARNER LOGBOOK
LEA
Essential Driver Training (EDT)
Údarás Um Shábháilteacht Ar Bhóithre
Road Safety Authority
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This Logbook belongs to:
Name:
Date of Birth:
Address:
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phone Number:
Telephone
Driver N
Number:
If you find this Logbook, please call the number above.
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Essential Driver Training (EDT)
EDT Programme
The 12 driving lessons in the EDT programme will give you
vital skills as you develop your driving ability and work to
become a competent driver. You will become a competent
driver by taking the EDT programme together with any further
driving instruction as agreed with your Approved Driving
Instructor (ADI) and plenty of practice with your Sponsor.
EDT will help deliver some of the most vital driving skills
as well as improving your knowledge and understanding
of road safety. The course consists of 12 one hour lessons
and outline lesson plans have been created for each of those
lessons to help your ADI deliver the training.
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Each EDT lesson has expected outcomes which will help
to track your progress. You will only achieve the expected
outcomes if you work closely with your ADI and practise with
your Sponsor.
Your Logbook
This Logbook is an important document which you should
keep safely and take along to each driving lesson. Your
ADI will sign off on your lessons by stamping the relevant
sections for each individual lesson in the Certificate Pages.
ADIs can only log their own lessons and may not under any
circumstances record training provided by another ADI. Your
Logbook is a record of your training and progress so take
care to get it updated at the end of each lesson.
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If you want to change ADI, you can do this as long as the ADI
is approved. You can find this out by checking the official
register under the Find an Instructor tab on the www.rsa.
ie website.
Lost or destroyed Logbooks
If you lose your Logbook, you will need to get a replacement.
Its loss or destruction must be reported to your local Gardaí.
You will then need to buy a duplicate from your ADI. You
can check the price of a replacement Logbook on the RSA
website at www.rsa.ie
Cost of EDT
Sponsor
The RSA does not set the charges for EDT lessons. It is down
to individual ADIs to set the fees for their services. However if
you ring around and ask several ADIs what they are charging
before you start your lessons, you should have a good idea
whether or not you are getting good value for your money.
Remember, the cheapest option is not always the best
option and a strong recommendation from a friend or family
member may prove to be the best option in the long run.
A Sponsor is someone who helps and supports you, the
learner driver, as you improve your driving skills by being
an accompanying driver during practice drives. To get the
best from the lessons you take, you must practise, practise,
practise and the best person to do this with is a Sponsor.
This is a responsible role so you should choose someone that
you feel comfortable with. This might be a family member
such as a parent, aunt or uncle. The Sponsor must be able
to give time and effort to teaching you to drive without
any financial reward. Sponsors must hold a full car driving
licence for at least two years but more importantly should
have lots of driving experience so that you can benefit from
this experience.
If you have any concerns about your EDT lessons, speak to
your ADI or contact the ADI Unit of the Road Safety Authority
by emailing [email protected]
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Data sharing
Please note that EDT records will be made available to the
Road Safety Authority to enable it to monitor compliance
with the requirements of EDT. This will include your name,
driver number and details of EDT lessons completed. The
RSA is subject to the Data Protection Acts and manages data
in accordance with the legislation.
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After each lesson, check with your ADI about what you
should be practising with your Sponsor. Your ADI may wish
to talk with your Sponsor from time to time or may ask you
to share your Logbook with them so they can get a feel for
how your driving is progressing.
Self Analysis
Research shows that it is important for learners to think about
their own learning and progress. One very effective way to do
this is to continually evaluate your own performance so that
you can identify your strengths and weaknesses. Once you
have done this, you can then use that important information
to help you build your knowledge and skills to improve your
driving performance.
You can do self analysis by asking questions such as:
z How did I do during the lesson?
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z Why did I do some particular aspect of driving well?
z Why did I not do something well?
z Was I properly prepared for the lesson?
z How can I be better prepared in future?
You should do this when you are in a relaxed environment
and able to reflect on your lesson. This should ideally happen
as soon as possible after your last lesson whilst things are
still fresh in your mind. You can record your thoughts in the
Logbook.
As you go through your lessons, review your previous self
analysis to see if there are any common issues arising. If
so, deal with them to make sure they are not becoming a
barrier to getting the best from your lessons. Identify also
the positive factors that help you learn better.
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You are encouraged to share your self analysis with your ADI
and your Sponsor to aid your learning. Your ADI or Sponsor
may have some guidance tips to help you to complete the
self analysis.
PRE LESSON CHECKS
The following checks must be carried out before each EDT lesson. Both learner and ADI must confirm that the
checks have been completed before the lesson, and sign the Declaration in the relevant column below.
CHECKS
1. Items
2. Details
3. Methodology
Identity Check
ADI must satisfy him / herself as to the identity of
the person attending for training.
Identify the person from the learner permit photograph.
Documentation
is in Order
Learner Permit. Insurance cover. Tax Disc.
Check learner permit licence category as well as commencement (ó/from)
and expiry (go/to) dates. Record learners ‘Driver Number’ and Date of Birth in
the Logbook. Check insurance disc is in order. Check that a valid tax disc is on
display. Check that NCT disc is on display (if applicable).
Fitness to Drive
Check that the learner is in a fit condition to drive
and take the lesson.
Learner to confirm that they are fit and not under the influence of alcohol or
drugs that may affect their capabilities. Check that (if applicable) the learner is
wearing corrective lenses.
Check that the vehicle to be used for the lesson is
suitable for use.
Check that the vehicle meets learner permit category. Carry out routine vehicle
checks to ensure the vehicle is roadworthy; tyres, lights, glass, bodywork,
mirrors, reflectors, number plates, wheels, etc. Check that ‘L’ plates are fitted.
Roadworthiness
of Vehicle
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These checks should be carried out for each lesson whether an ADI vehicle is used or not. Where the vehicle is provided by the Learner enter
Learner in the relevant column. If the vehicle used is a provided by the driving instructor then enter ADI in the column.
DECLARATION
Lesson
1
2
3
4
5
6
Vehicle Provider
Learner Signature
ADI Signature
Lesson
7
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Vehicle Provider
Learner Signature
ADI Signature
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 1 relating to Car Controls and Safety Checks. The minimum content for the lesson has been
delivered and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
ADI Number
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 1 relating to Car Controls and Safety Checks. The minimum content for the lesson has been
delivered and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 1
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 1, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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Questions for my ADI:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 2 relating to Correct Positioning. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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M ____________________________________
Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 2 relating to Correct Positioning. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 2
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 2, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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Questions for my ADI:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 3 relating to Changing Direction. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and
in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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M ____________________________________
Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 3 relating to Changing Direction. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and
in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 3
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 3, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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Questions for my ADI:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 4 relating to Progression Management. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered
and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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M ____________________________________
Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 4 relating to Progression Management. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered
and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 4
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 4, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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Questions for my ADI:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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M ____________________________________
Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 5 relating to Correct Positioning. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and
in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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M ____________________________________
Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 5 relating to Correct Positioning. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and
in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 5
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 5, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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Questions for my ADI:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 6 relating to Anticipation and Reaction. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered
and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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M ____________________________________
Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 6 relating to Anticipation and Reaction. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered
and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Recommended Actions:
Signed (ADI)
Print Name (ADI)
ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 6
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 6, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 7 relating to Sharing the Road. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 7 relating to Sharing the Road. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 7
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 7, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 8 relating to Driving Safely Through Traffic. The minimum content for the lesson has been
delivered and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Stamp:
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Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 8 relating to Driving Safely Through Traffic. The minimum content for the lesson has been
delivered and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes.
The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training
Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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Stamp:
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Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 8
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 8, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 9 relating to Changing Direction (More Complex Situations). The minimum content for the
lesson has been delivered and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected
outcomes. The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver
Training Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 9 relating to Changing Direction (More Complex Situations). The minimum content for the
lesson has been delivered and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected
outcomes. The objectives and expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver
Training Learner Information Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 9
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 9, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 10 relating to Speed Management. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered
and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes. The objectives and
expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training Learner Information
Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 10 relating to Speed Management. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered
and in the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes. The objectives and
expected outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training Learner Information
Booklet and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 10
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 10, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 11 relating to Driving Calmly. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes. The objectives and expected
outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training Learner Information Booklet
and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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INSTRUCTOR’S COPY
ESSENTIAL DRIVER TRAINING
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 11 relating to Driving Calmly. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes. The objectives and expected
outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training Learner Information Booklet
and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Date of Issue:
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LEARNER’S COPY
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 11
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 11, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 12 relating to Night Driving. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes. The objectives and expected
outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training Learner Information Booklet
and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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Date of Birth: ___ / ___ / ___ Driver number: ___ / __________
This confirms the completion of EDT Lesson 12 relating to Night Driving. The minimum content for the lesson has been delivered and in
the Feedback section below I have described the learner’s progress towards meeting the expected outcomes. The objectives and expected
outcomes for this lesson are described in the EDT Syllabus which is available in the Essential Driver Training Learner Information Booklet
and online at www.rsa.ie
ADI Feedback:
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ADI Number
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Stamp:
Learner Signature
Please keep your Logbook in a safe place. Take time to reflect on your ADIs comments as well as your self analysis. Take it along to each practice session with your Sponsor and ask them to make notes to help you. Your ADI
may wish to review your Logbook to help in planning your next lesson and your driver tester may need to record it on the day of your driving test.
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SELF ANALYSIS – LESSON 12
In analysing your performance on EDT Lesson 12, please think about the following questions. What were the expected outcomes for this
lesson? Did I meet those outcomes? Do I understand the theory behind the topics covered? What did I do well? Why did I do it well? What
did I not do so well? What do I think caused me not to perform those pieces so well? Was I properly prepared for the lesson? How can I be
better prepared in future?
To get the best out of your self analysis, you should complete it as soon as possible after the lesson while it is fresh in your mind. This is an
exercise for your own use but your ADI may wish to discuss your self analysis with you before your next lesson and you should find that a
short discussion with your ADI or Sponsor will often be helpful. The main thing to remember is to take the time to carefully consider your
own performance.
Self Analysis:
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SPONSOR’S PAGE
Sponsors should use this section to record the dates and times of when practice sessions are taken and which topics were practised. Be
guided by your learner’s ADI who will have noted details of the EDT lessons taken and may have included details of what needs to be
practised further, what the learner needs to read up on or have covered before the next EDT lesson. Sponsors may also use this section
to leave comments for the learner or ADI as appropriate. By keeping in touch with the learner and the ADI, a Sponsor will be able to help
reinforce, for the learner, the learning that has taken place during both EDT and other driving lessons.
Notes:
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Lesson Certification
Your ADI will stamp each panel as you complete the particular lesson.
Learner’s Name:
Lesson 1
Driver Number:
Lesson 2
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Vehicle Reg:
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Vehicle Reg:
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Vehicle Reg:
ADI Signature:
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Lesson 6
Vehicle Reg:
ADI Signature:
Date:
Lesson Certification
Your ADI will stamp each panel as you complete the particular lesson.
Learner’s Name:
Lesson 7
Driver Number:
Lesson 8
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Vehicle Reg
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ADI Signatur
Date:
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Date:
Vehicle Reg:
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Lesson 12
Vehicle Reg:
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