Colin Chown DSA ADI
Colin Chown, Professional Driving Instructor, LiverpoolAll about Colin… Colin lives in Aigburth and joined us a few years ago from a large national driving school. Colin also uses British Sign Language, (BSL), in fact he has 100% pass rate for his deaf pupils. The challenges some deaf people learning to drive is that they might not know that they can get a driving licence. Those that do cannot get past the theory test very easily. Many driving instructors refuse them or are very impatient with them. This is not the case with Colin, as he has 100% pass rate with his deaf pupils.
Just For Fun…Click on one of the questions below to reveal the answer…
Q1. If you had to go in the big brother house, what item would you take in with you?
A good book and a do not disturb sign
Q2. If you were a car, what would you be?
A Morris Minor, it just keeps on going, anything that wears out you just bolt on a new one
Q3. What is your favourite colour?
All shades of blue, Chelsea though, not Everton
Q4. What is your favourite food?
French and Italian
Q5. What did you do before becoming a driving instructor?
I was an area manager for a photographic wholesale company
Q6. If you enter a room with three other people and there are only three chairs, what would you do?
Ask the person in front if they’ve dropped something, then grab the chair LOL
Q7. What has been your most interesting moment, while on a driving lesson?
A student and I while on a driving lesson, thought we saw a ghost, don’t believe in them though
Q8. What has been your best, personal achievement so far?
Getting married and having children
Q9. Did you pass your driving test first time?
Yes I did
Q10. What hobbies do you have?
Photography, drawing, cooking and growing food