Here you can meet our hard working volunteers and find out more about the people who will be training you to advance your driving knowledge and skills.
Terry Godbert: Group Chairman, Chief Observer, National Observer, Local Observer Assessor and IAM RoadSmart Master Driver Certificate Holder.
Terry has been with BFAPAM for almost 15 years and has spent his life in the industry as a motor engineer. He is Group Chairman and Chief Observer for BFAPAM and has achieved a high level of qualification, meaning he is able to provide training and assessment for new group observers. Terry holds a IAM RoadSmart Masters Certificate and is a registered Masters Mentor, providing support and training for other advanced drivers who wish to take the Masters level.
Judith Godbert: Group Secretary, National Observer, Local Observer Assessor.
Judith has been a member of the IAM for 20 years and is the BFAPAM Group Secretary, a National Observer, Local Observer Assessor and Group Contact.
Tom Chadwick: Vice Chairman.
Tom is a BFAPAM Vice Chairman, National Observer and Local Observer Assessor.
Derek Hainsworth: Local Observer, Events Secretary, Group Official.
Derek is a Local Observer, Group Official and also the Events Secretary for the BFAPAM group.
Dave Howie: BFAPAM Group Official.
Dave is a BFAPAM Group Official.
Les Storey: Local Observer & Group Official.
Les Storey is a Local Observer and also BFAPAM Group Official.
Linda Chandler: National Observer.
Linda is a BFAPAM National Observer and the group Newsletter Coordinator.
John Blacow: Local Observer, Group Official.
John Blacow is a BFAPAM Local Observer and Group Official.
Jack Henderson: Events & Promotion Assistant.
With experience as a Local Observer, Jack Henderson now kindly offers his time to help with the BFAPAM events and promotion.
David Bradbury: Local Observer.
David Bradbury is one of the BFAPAM Local Observers working with us to help improve your driving skills and confidence. David has been a valued member of the IAM since 1994.
Our Observers have taken further extensive training and an assessment test to qualify as a registered Observer, where they have been assessed against a range of competencies. They have been observed taking out an associate (trainee advanced driver) and doing a lengthy demonstration drive by the local assessor or the IAM RoadSmart regional examiner.
If you are a qualified Advanced Driver and would like to become a qualified registered Local Observer, contact Terry on: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com You could even call or text him on 07973 144941. If you would like a chat about what is involved and if he isn’t driving he will gladly talk to you about the process.