Technological Research

Technological Research
A laboratory is a facility that provides controlled conditions in which technological research, experiments, and measurement are performed. Laboratories used for scientific research take many forms because of the differing requirements of specialists in the various fields of science and engineering. In some laboratories, such as those commonly used by computer scientists, computers (sometimes supercomputers) are used for either simulations or the analysis of data collected elsewhere. As an engineering lab, Instructors laboratories builds and test technological devices.

About Us:

Instructor Labs utilizes technology in driver training simulation and Android's flexibility to innovate ways that aren't possible on other platforms by building a mobile App; At the same time publishing training manuals and study guides. Android's reach allows Instructor Labs to get the Training Program out to more people throughout the country, and the diversity of devices and networks means more affordable smart phones for more people. The Beta mobile App contains Facebook Posts, Images and Videos (Video illustrations and Audio Podcasts will be included). The key learning points and the tutorials offered will be reproduced in the mobile app as an aid to anyone learning to operate a vehicle together with a self-study guides. For more click on the link: K53 Training App

Mamphake Mabule
Program Developer | Instructor Labs


email | mamphake@gmail.com

mobile | +27733 14 1234

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Training Essentials | Program





Since the begin of 2015, We require all our learner drivers to take a compulsory driving lesson plan which is packaged for all category of vehicles class. Any person enrolling for the K53 Training Program has to complete a minimum 15 hours Essential Driver Training hours, with our Driving Instructor(s) before they can sit their driving test. Typically the lesson plan are spread over a 10 week period to a maximum six months and learner drivers are supported by practice and tuition. The introduction of the K53 Training Program is probably the most significant development to the way we train our learner drivers since the introduction of the k53 driving test. One of the key measures of the Department of Roads and Transport's Road Safety Strategy which aims at tackling death and injury on our roads, and the introduction of a Graduated Driving Licensing system to which our K53 Training Program forms a core part of this life saving initiative.
The K53 Training Program is designed to protect inexperienced learner drivers while they are learning to drive and to support them as they develop the skills, confidence and appropriate behaviour to share the road safely with others. The program consists of 15 one hour lesson plan that are linked to 12 specific ‘high risk’ road safety issues and start the learner driver off on the road to becoming a better, safer driver. The 15 lessons on their own will not be sufficient to become a safe driver. Applying the feedback of your Instructor, getting lots of practice, studying the recommended material are all vital. Learners may also wish to discuss the need for additional driving lessons with their Instructors – however this is something that should be agreed by both parties.
What makes our program essential is the fact that we require all learner to have a Sponsor (collegue, family member, friend, etc) which is a vital part of the learning process, and the role of the Sponsor is an essential part of the learning to drive process. Their role is to accompany and support the learner driver as they practise and build on the skills they have learned in their lessons with the Instructor. Therefore it is essential that the learner driver chooses a person with whom they feel comfortable and who has had their full driver’s licence for a minimum of two years and has over 120 hours of driving experience. We recommends that the learner driver practises the skills learned in each compulsory K53 Training Program lesson plan with their Sponsor for at least two hours before their next lesson.

One of the most important decisions you will make as you consider learning to drive as a learner driver is who to choose as your Sponsor. This is a hugely important role and so it is vital that choose a person you feel comfortable with and who demonstrates safe driving behaviour that you can learn from. This might be a parent, uncle or sibling, but it must be someone who can make the commitment to contribute their time to helping you to become a safe and competent driver. The K53 Training Program lesson plan on it's own is not sufficient – it is your responsibility as a learner driver to continue to practise between lessons so that you can build on the skills you have learned with your Instructor. This is a critical part of the learning to drive process and will help you to become a lifelong safe driver.

For more clink on the link: K53 Training Program