Course Scheme

Courses for Cycling Providers

Courses for Cycling Providers and Land Managers are covered by CTC's unique range of specialist courses enabling you and your staff to fulfil your roles effectively, efficiently and legally
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Forming three main strands, CTC's courses for cycling providers covers those people and organisations which facilitate cycling activities through cycle hire and activities, staff engagement and land use.

Bike Fleet Support - maintenance and management

Safe Working Practices - in using bikes as part of work

Trail Management - for land managers, volunteers and riders


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Covering all the essential factors of being safe, competent and effective when using bikes in the workplace.
Safe Working Practice: Technical Areas
Extending your existing skills and employing best practice in working and using more technically demanding terrain and locations, this course covers the hard skills of mountain biking whilst reinforcing the elements developed in the Fundamentals course.
Making notes is a crucial part of checking trails
This course helps you employ the protocols and best practice techniques to undertake, record and verify mtb trail checks of marked and wild trails.
Using a rake to flatten, smooth and compress
Maintaining trails is critical to their continued safe and enjoyable use. The Volunteer Trail Repair Co-ordinator (VTRC) provides the knowledge and skills to keep trails up to spec, manage groups on dig days and liaise with and satisfy land managers' requirements.

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