waremark wrote:And no, it is not available throughout all local groups. If you are a member of the IAM presumably you have followed the exceptionally long thread about this on the IAM forum?
Are you looking to improve your driving or to get a new qualification? If it's the former you might also consider spending your money with one of the top professional driving coaches (I am biased but I would recommend one of the HPC 'gatekeepers'). Typically they might charge £200 for a half day session. You would get longer for the money from a Master's mentor as well as the test but the quality of input would probably not be as high.
MrToad wrote:My understanding is that you'd need to be at the level of a good RoSPA pass to even be accepted onto the Masters - they're not really comparable.
It's still a new product, so there aren't many reports about it yet.
ScoobyChris wrote:Do you know if there is a syllabus or more detail on how it differs from the regular IAM course? I'm guessing it is similar to the previous Special Assessment (which was equally mysterious), although hopefully less stylised
MrToad wrote:As a result I'm not currently pursuing the opportunity to become a mentor, but never say never.
Stephen wrote:I would say the standard will be miles apart between a current serving Examiner and a National Observer,as Examiners who are serving are doing Advanced driving daily (to the required standard hopefully) N.O. will be pottering around to standard,no disrespect.
Stephen wrote:The standard that I worked on with them was to what I had been trained to at Class 1 level without the speed.
michael769 wrote:As far as I know it does not offer you any extra "rights" other than bragging ones.
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