Course work will include classroom sessions and theory, practical on-site training with live
students, role play with lesson practice sessions and practical on road training sessions with
both live students and instructors delivering one to one instruction.
You will be expected to study hard and do homework!
The quicker you learn, the faster you can progress towards potential employment, so it is quite
simply a matter of how much you want to put into it.
We suggest that you make every effort to study the materials and learn the contents of the CBT
syllabus as much as possible in between training days to allow you to make confident progress.
Your CBT notes will contain a mass of stuff you will need to cover in your CBT lessons and you
will need to learn all of this to be able to confidently deliver a lesson.
Do I need books and stuff?
Course notes, books, manuals and learning aids will be provided for each candidate, along with
theory test study aids, to help you to achieve the highest possible level of theoretical
What do I need to bring?
You will need your own motorcycle for training purposes, or please let us know if this is a problem.
Radio equipment and riding gear can be provided if needed for training purposes.
You will need to have your full CAT A motorcycle license available for inspection.
You will need to be properly dressed in clean, presentable motorcycle clothing, gloves and
footwear, with a legal, recent motorcycle safety helmet.
We recommend that trainee instructors equip themselves with a flip type helmet ideally
a homologated dual purpose safety helmet that can be used in the open and closed face
Most professional instructors favour the SHARK EVOLINE line of helmets for work, but
this is a very personal choice.
Instructor microphones for radios will be installed in your helmet for training purposes, so
it makes sense to have “work” and “personal” safety helmets.