DIPLOMA IN ADVANCED MOTORCYCLE INSTRUCTION
This course is designed to train an experienced rider, who may or may not be a current DSA Certified Motorcycle Instructor, (MCI) to become “DSA Registered Post-Test Motorcycle Trainer” – an “RPMT”
Potential instructors must realise that this is not, in itself, an advanced motorcycling course, and a high level of personal riding skills will be needed to be displayed by course delegates. Training, to reach a suitable standard in each of the disciplines, will be provided on the course, where necessary.
Fast-Trak takes the view that, for instruction to be given to riders who already have a full licence, they, the trainers, must have the following qualities:
- A comprehensive knowledge relating to riding and instructional techniques.
- Be able to display a high standard of Hazard Perception.
- Be able to impart their skills and knowledge to other riders.
- Provide a course, which, though structured, is sufficiently flexible to meet company and individual needs.
- Give a presentation using a variety of mediums, to a motorcyclist, a group of motorcyclists, or to the managers of motorcyclists, outlining the problems associated with motorcycling and how to reduce the risks associated with such problems.
- Display a high standard of riding.
- Be able to identify, prioritise, analyse and rectify riding faults.
THE COURSE DURATION
The standard course duration is five days but may be slightly less if the delegate is already a CBT/DAS Instructor. The cost is £750 plus vat plus accommodation, the latter of which can be arranged if you wish.
At the conclusion of this accredited course the delegate will need to take the DSA theory test (at a centre local to his/her home). This will enable the delegate to be added to the DSA Register.
Costs of the theory exam and registration are not included in the course price.