"EDT is a course of 12 one-hour driving lessons which are designed to help your practical driving skills. After each session, an Approved Driving Instructor will take note of your progress. On completion of the EDT course you may still require driving lessons to improve your driving skills and safety." (Road Safety Authority)
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Expect to do all 12 EDT Lessons.
I don't sign off early like some driving schools.
You will do the full EDT Syllabus.
Guilfoyles Golden Rule Driving School est. 1999
Guilfoyles Golden Rule Driving School is located in Claremorris and run by Michael Guilfoyle who is a fully qualified and RSA approved driving instructor (ADI no. 34758). Michael has been providing category B car driving lessons in Mayo and Galway since 1999. During that time he has developed a reputation for reliability and punctuality. Pupils of his driving school can be assured that they will be collected for their lesson and at the agreed time. Guilfoyles Golden Rule Driving School cover the test routes for the driving test centres in Tuam and Castlebar. Pupils can be met for their lessons at either of these two test centres or in Tesco car park in Claremorris. The driving school provide their pupils with an air conditioned dual controlled car for taking their driving lessons and this car can can also be rented by pupils to take their driving test. Pupils can also opt to take driving lesson in their own car if they prefer once the car is roadworthy and road legal. Driving lessons are available seven days per week from early morning until late evening Monday to Friday, until 4PM on Saturdays and 2PM on Sundays.
In addition to standard driving lessons, Guilfoyles Golden Rule Driving School offer pre-test, mock driving test lessons and the full EDT course. Learner drivers of all ages and all levels of driving experience are catered for. Instead of starting complete beginners in a car park the school prefer to begin a pupil's driving tuition on a quiet road where they are taught the basics of car control. The school try and fit in as much as the pupil is capable of dealing with on the first lesson to help develop their confidence. The format of the EDT course is used as a basis for progressing pupils as they develop their driving skills. In the event of a pupil struggling on a particular aspect of the EDT course the lesson can be repeated to ensure the pupil has mastered the required skill before progressing. As a pupil prepares for their test they are monitored while driving without instruction and an honest assessment presented afterwards. Following on from the assessment, if required, pre-test lessons are arranged to rectify any issues identified. A mock test with a test sheet is then performed on a known test route to prepare the pupil for the format of the driving test and ensure they are fully prepared on the day of their driving test.