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£60 + VAT per person
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CPD Cycle Training delivery courses

In this section we look at courses designed to aid the delivery of National Standards, Bikeability and other cycling related teaching. Courses can be booked individually on the dates show or as a group.


Delivery of the Safe Urban Driving course

The first of its kind, this is a CPD module for driver CPC instructors who intend to deliver the Safe Urban Driving module.

This course is NOT a stand-alone module; for quality assurance and following best practice it enhances and completes the 4 day National Standards cycle instructor course to consolidate learning and make it relevant for driver CPC.

Who is the course for?

Applicants need to be:

  • Qualified and experienced CPC Driver training instructors
  • Qualified National Standards cycle instructors (NSIP/NSIQ) after undertaking our 4 day NSI course
  • Advanced cyclists competent in all traffic situations including multi-lane junctions and filtering 

The course consists of both a theory and practical module.Outcomes of the course

  • To understand Active Travel
  • To understand vulnerable road users
  • To study and understand current research and statistics relevant to vulnerable road users
  • To know how to impart cycle training knowledge and advanced road positioning to drivers
  • To know and understand how to plan a cycle training route
  • To study and experience advanced level 3 cycling and fully understand issues around cycle provision on the roads and filtering in heavy traffic.
  • To examine the changing streetscape and how changes effect vulnerable road users and drivers of large vehicles.
  • To study examples of modal change in mass transportation

Full day course £60 + VAT per person

Video analysis of Level 3

The aim of the course is to help participants develop a much clearer understanding of the delivery and assessment requirements for level 3 training. 

Course participants will discuss the many facets of level 3 training,watch some clips of level 3 riding, before video analysing, against the National Standard observable outcomes, some pre-selected footage. Trainees will also get the chance to plan and deliver some level 3 training to fellow course participants’.
 
Course content:

  • Detailed exploration of level 3 delivery
  • A closer look at the observable outcomes and teaching models for level 3• Course times and ratios
  • Watch footage of level 3 manoeuvres
  • Video analyse some level 3 manoeuvres
  • Be mentored, by BikeRight! instructor trainers, on your level 3 delivery

Note: This course is suitable for anyone who is deliveringlevel 3 training to adults
 
Full day course £60 + VAT per person


Effective Teaching of Level 1

We will look at Level 1 delivery of the NS in detail.

Course content:

  • A closer look at the observable outcomes
  • Ensure everyone is updated to the new level 1 of the NS
  • Effective teaching module
  • Group management module
  • Observe BikeRight! instructors delivering a level 1 session
  • Deliver some level 1 outcomes and receive feedback from BikeRight! mentors
  • Look at different delivery models and discuss their effectiveness
  • The need for consistency in delivery
  • Risk assessing
  • Best practice, specifically course timings,ratios and ride/talk time

Full day course £60+ VAT per person

Effective Teaching of Level 2

We will look at Level 2 of the NS in detail.

Course content:

  • A closer look at the observable outcomes
  • Ensure everyone is updated to the new level 2 of the  NS
  • Effective teaching module
  • Group management module
  • Observe BikeRight! instructors delivering part of a level 2 session
  • Deliver some level 2 outcomes and receive feedback from BikeRight! mentors
  • Look at different delivery models and discuss their effectiveness
  • The need for consistency in delivery
  • Risk assessing
  • Best practice, specifically course timings,ratios and ride/talk time

Full day course £60+ VAT per person


Delivering Level 3 in High Schools

An increase in funding means that Level 3 can now be taught extensively in High Schools. This module will give you all the tools you need to successfully deliver Level 3 in High Schools.

Course content:

  • Why level 3 in High Schools?
  • A closer look at the observable outcomes
  • Aims of the course
  • Course paperwork
  • Effective teaching module
  • Pre level 3 assessments
  • Risk Assessments
  • Planning Level 3 in High School sessions
  • Delivering Level 3 in High Schools sessions
  • Look at different delivery models and discuss their effectiveness
  • The need for consistency in delivery Progressing trainees through the level
  • Best practice, specifically course timings,ratios and ride/talk time

Full day course £60+ VAT per person


National Standard Update

From April 1st 2013ALL National Standard Instructors should be delivering to the outcomes set out in the NEW National Standard.

This NS Update course will give Instructors the opportunity to understand in detail.  Also whether and how the optional outcomes should be delivered as well as the how changes will affect course timings and ratios.  

Course content

  • Previous Observable outcomes
  • NEW Level 1 and 2 observable outcomes
  • NEW Level 3 outcomes
  • Implications NEW NS will have on delivery of cycle training
  • Practical delivery of NEW NS
  • Incorporating changes into current delivery
  • Course times and ratios

Full day course £60+ VAT per person


Inclusive National Standard Cycle Training

This module aims to ensure that cycle training for both children and adults is inclusive, by equipping instructors with the knowledge, confidence and potential strategies they might need to deliver effective cycle training to disabled people or people with Special Educational Needs

Course Content

  • Defining disability
  • What types of disability
  • Equipment and adaptions
  • Reasonable adjustments
  • Teaching
  • Assessing
  • Case studies

Full day course £60+ VAT per person


Mentor training

Our cycle instructor mentoring course lasts for 1 day and will enable an organisation to ensure they are delivering to the National Cycle Training Standards internally using their own mentors.

Course Content

  • Definitions of mentoring. What is mentoring?
  • Mentoring and coaching – A comparison
  • Skills of a good mentor
  • Common issues to mentoring
  • How to mentor
  • Mentoring in action
  • Establishing a formal process for mentoring
  • Supporting paperwork

Full day course £60+ VAT per person


Assistant Instructor training course

The easiest way to kick start a career in cycle training is to attend one of our Assistant Cycle Instructor courses. The course is designed for those who want to work as part of a team delivering training up to level 2 of the National Cycle Training Standards.

Course content

  • An introduction to the National Cycle Training Standards
  • Detailed exploration of level 1 and 2 of the National Standards of cycle training
  • Understanding of why people cycle and why training is important
  • The role of an assistant
  • Types of bicycles
  • Training ratios
  • Effective teaching, discovery learning and group control
  • Risk assessments and preparing courses
  • Fitting of bikes and helmets
  • CRB checks and child protection
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Individual action learning points
  • Optional bike hire for duration of course 

Available for group bookings only

From £1,200 for up to 6 people

Prices exclude VAT. Travel and subsistence costs apply for courses outside of Greater Manchester.


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