Motorcycle Instructor Course We are offering a new intensive course to train individuals to become a CBT instructor. For more information click the below Orange button
Motorcycle Instructor Course
We are offering a new intensive course to train individuals to become a CBT instructor
This course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to teach riders/students to complete
their CBT course on a Manual or Automatic bike
The course will run for 7 days with full training material supplied, reference guides given to pre
reading and study advice, and 125cc bikes will be supplied for the practical training.
The course will involve classroom and practical training, starting from the very basic’s and working
through the 5 elements of the CBT course. You will practice using each other on the course as
students and then students will be arranged for you to teach, practising your off road and road skills,
radios will be supplied for the road section of the training.
When you have completed the training, you will be able work as a down trained motorcycle
instructor teaching CBT within an ATB (school). To complete your training, you will need to book a
2-day rigorous assessment with the DVSA at Cardington. This is where you will be assessed showing
your skills of running a CBT course in front of a DVSA examiner, after the two day assessment they
will let you know if you have passed, this is when you will get an official DVSA instructor card
allowing you to train at CBT level and down train other new instructors at an ATB/school in the UK.
This course will be £1500 with 4 places available per course.
The first course will be from 11th-17th November 2019
There will be another course to give you the information and teaching skills to teach DAS and all
types of motorcycle training on the road.
If interested, please call Carlie 02086526656 or email Suttonrider@gmail.com
If you have more questions and require more information you can arrange to come for a short
meeting to talk this through with Sean who will be running most of the course
Thursday, October 3, 2019