I agree it does depend on ability, but it is an integral part of our course to allow trainees to join up outcomes at some point, especially in the final session. We allow trainees time towards the end of Level 2 to join up all of the outcomes they have leraned i.e. left minor to major, U-turn, right major to minor and so on. I think this is so imporatnt because it's all about making the course as realistic as possible, as Birdonabike states above. It's also about allowing trainees the time to practice what they have learned!
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