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for Professional Motorcycle Instructors

Your Road To Success

The UK’s only information and training resource centre for motorcycle instructors.

Improve your delivery and students experience with your own bespoke training material. Are you ready to improve?

Bespoke Motorcycle training materials

Your passport to future success

Just Starting Out - New Instructors

If you are thinking about becoming a motorcycle instructor, the route can be very confusing.
Check out the CBT section for the best start to set solid foundations.
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Down Trained

As a Down Trained motorcycle instructor, you will be teaching learner riders on CBT courses and some on-road training. The next step is to improve your skills and progress to the next level.

DVSA Assessed

Being a DVSA Assessed Instructor allows you to continue training CBT courses, some on-road training and allows you to train other instructors. Have you got all the tools you need to deliver professional training and are you ready for DAS?

DAS

Being a fully qualified DAS Instructor allows you to teach learner riders on larger motorcycles. The training becomes more varied with fantastic job satisfaction, but do you have professional training aids to stand out from the crowd?
The Process

How It Works

The first thing you must do Create your own Lesson Plans
Essential Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans give you the ability to consistently deliver high standard tuition and information.

The Next Step Compile a set of useful Training Diagrams
Training Diagrams

A picture paints a thousand words. Helping you deliver accurate advice and coaching.

For elevated progress CBT Training Videos guide you through the process
Training Videos

As a New Trainer, watch the training videos to become a CBT Instructor. Available online 24/7.

Choose your training route Elevated your own Teaching Style
Practical Training Course
Accredited Training Body ATB Owners

Your professional training delivery will be elevated with bespoke training material.

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Testimonials

What our customers are saying

Warrant Officer Class 1
"A big thank you! Just a quick email to say a big thank you for the hard work that your team put in. It’s clear that you have a very professional set up and offer first class training, along with outstanding course resources, training literature and support that you offer to all your students.  I have learnt a great deal, in particular from you in regards to delivering well thought out and constructive lessons. I will continue to read and study the course literature to enhance my knowledge in motorcycle training delivery."
Mark Beney Warrant Officer Class 1
"Extremely valuable. Well, where do I start! One year ago I was in the construction industry and 12 months on I have become an Authorised Training Body, even completing the dreaded Cardington two day assessment!  Simon coached and provided further training materials for me to also become a qualified Direct Access Scheme instructor.  I found the training resources extremely valuable to my success, the training content strives to make the motorcycle industry a professional place. I hope you guys really do know how much I appreciate your efforts."
Kev Billing
“Exceptional” I am writing this review about my preparation for the 2 day DVSA CBT Assessment that I recently passed with top scores. I knew Cardington was going to be stressful, so my preparation needed to be of the highest standard. When I first started my motorcycle instructor training I was introduced to the MITC training videos. The videos demonstrate the EDIP instruction method when delivering lessons to students. The videos are in-depth and will ensure that when at you are at Cardington, the assessment process is easier.
Mark Brown
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