Was The Technical Information Given Comprehensive, Appropriate And Accurate?
The fourth competence under Teaching and Learning Strategies is about the importance of instructor input, and is not necessarily limited to aspects such as stopping distances on a wet road, or when it is acceptable to enter hatched road markings. More it is about giving clear, concise and timely information which helps the learner enhance their learning, keeps the car safe and engages the pupil, delivered in a manner that suits their individual learning style.
The DVSA ADI 1 states:
Giving incorrect or insufficient information, with the result that a safety-critical situation might occur, will result in an automatic fail. Remember that good information is:
Failure to meet any one of these criteria makes the others redundant.