Motorcycle Instructor Training & Accreditation Training
Motorcycle instructor development takes many forms. This page is for Motorcycle Instructor Training and Accreditation Training. In terms of 'on-road training, there are many individuals claiming to be 'motorcycle instructors' offering training in one form or another and currently there is...
'NO LEGAL REQUIREMENT'...
to be registered with the Department of Transport executive department, the 'DRIVING STANDARDS AGENCY' as an 'approved motorcycle instructor' other than the training of 'learner riders. There are also ways in which individuals can legitimately train learners without qualifications.
Although some individuals may be well meaning and possiibly quite good at what they do, they may well not hold any kind of insurance for what they offer.
We have outlined below the most common qualifications for instructors.
Regrettably we no longer have time to deliver any 'learner' training programmes but have been responsible for countless motorcycle passes and instructors qualifying at DSA learner level over the years, many of whom have gone on to open their own training schools throughout the country and we are happy to advise and direct you to them.
If it is 'post-test' instructor training or accreditation you are looking for then please view the following pages.
What's Going On? See below..
Courses and training designed for you to achieve maximum effect.
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New initiative for the Department for Transport.
New Course Available from RoSPA
RoSPA have recently announced a one-day rider development course based around three candidates.
"Why am I telling everone about this"? "Simple", "Its 'brilliant' and I'm one of their team who deliver it". Read more...
2013 will see the introduction of the new directives for motorcycle riders and instructors.
Corporate liability for companies using drivers and riders. Click to find where you stand as an employer.