All training courses are currently suspended
As we have now taken the decision to cancel all group activities, it means we have unfortunately had to take the decision to suspend all training courses, initially until August 31st.
We hope to be able to deliver training courses after the end of August, once government advice permits us to.
Please get in touch with the Training Team if you have any queries about future courses or current bookings.
During the course, you will:
- focus on the delivery and assessment for each Bikeability level (Level 1, 2 and 3).
- learn about choosing appropriate environments to deliver cycle training.
- learn to risk-assessing training environments and manage risk for trainees.
- develop a range of teaching techniques for children and adults.
- build understanding the role and responsibilities of an instructor.
- check bikes & equipment for use in training.
- learn group management techniques.
Bikeability is about gaining practical skills and understanding how to cycle on today’s roads. For more information see bikeability.org.uk
This four-day course prepares you to deliver National Standard cycle training - also known as Bikeability - across all levels and age groups. It is the nationally recognised qualification for general cycling skills. With a mixture of classroom-based and hands-on learning, the course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to be a cycle trainer.
To become a qualified NSI you will need to undergo an assessment at a later date.
Cycling UK is a member and supporter of The Association of Bikeability Schemes (TABS), the body that represents the cycle training industry. For more information go to www.tabs-uk.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Confident on-road cyclist
Requires further post-course assessment
First Aid - for Courses please see the Course Calendar.
1 Day First Aid in the Outdoors.
2 Day First Aid in the Outdoors. This course meets the requirements of a number of National Governing bodies including MLTE.
Both courses have been developed with cyclists in mind.
£480 (£432 for Cycling UK members)