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Understanding and following appropriate behaviour is especially important for Driver Trainers for several reasons:
Role model: As a Driver Trainer, you are not only teaching your students how to drive, but you are also setting an example of what good driving behaviour looks like. Clients will learn from your behaviour, so it's crucial to exhibit appropriate and safe driving habits.
Responsibility: As a Driver Trainer, you have a significant responsibility to ensure the safety of your clients, yourself, and others on the road. Appropriate behaviour helps to reduce the risks of accidents, injuries, and fatalities.
Legal obligations: As a licensed Driver Trainer, you are expected to comply with the laws, regulations, and codes of conduct governing driving instruction. This includes behaving appropriately and following the rules of the road.
Reputation: Your reputation as a Driver Trainer can impact your business and career. By exhibiting appropriate behaviour, you can build a positive reputation and attract more clients.
Ethics: As a professional, it's important to act ethically and responsibly. Following appropriate behaviour demonstrates your commitment to ethical and responsible conduct and promotes trust and respect from your clients and colleagues.
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