Emergency Services ATV Quad Bike Instructors Course
Motorcycle instructor development takes many forms. Emergency Services who operate their own fleet of quad bikes or who are considering the implementation of an ATV project may wish to develop more control over their own officers.
Merseyside Police operate divisional quads throughout the force and sub-divisional quads on the Sefton and Wirral shore-line. (around 18 vehicles some privately sponsored or funded) They have divisional officers qualified to use the vehicles operationally dependant on their roles around 4 in each sub-division.
Their officers patrol in similar areas to the Fire & Rescue Service with different objectives i.e. 'enforcement' They found that the original courses attended by officers via their divisional training officers did not meet force requirements and therefore use the MCA Corp Ltd ATV Quad Bike Instructors course.
MCA Corp Ltd will come to your designated area where we can assess your requirements, facilities and vehicles. We are then able to recommend a training package to suit your needs.
We will then conducted training with designated staff (usually the force driving school) in your operational environment and then return to assess and accredit the delivery of the course to your own officers. Once accredited the service may conduct their own training in line with this course and apply for each officer to certified once completed.
Check test are conducted each year to maintain authority.
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