Motorcycle Instructor DAS Lesson Plans
The motorcycle instructor DAS Lesson plans are essential to trainers who are preparing for the Direct Access Scheme assessment. Use the lesson plans exactly as they are, or adapted to create and design a personal structured approach to lesson delivery.
Lesson plans are individual and unique to every trainer. By having a ready made guide helps to formulate bespoke and individual content. All Instructors have their own experiences and information they want to add into their own lesson plan.
This set of lesson plans provides an ideal solution to instructors who are getting ready to be DAS instructors or are thinking of attending Cardington. They give a methodical approach to lesson content and should be used in conjunction with the DAS Lesson diagrams.
The Motorcycle instructor DAS lesson plans help trainers understand what and how to teach, when they want to become a DAS instructor. There is not a lot of information by the DVSA on how to become a DAS trainer. Our recommendation is to look at the full DAS package, which incorporates the DAS lesson plans and two sets of diagrams.
The lesson plans cover the following content:
SESSION 1 – Theory
- Show and tell the student the main differences between the large and smaller motorcycle, as used in a CBT. This session is conducted alongside the motorcycle.
SESSION 2 – On-Site handling assessment
- Moving off and stopping the bike
- Controlled braking
- Slow riding skills
- Slow controlled turning (similar to the ‘figure of 8’ exercise on CBT)
SESSION 3 – On-Road assessment
- Positioning for normal riding and dealing with bends
- Negotiating left and right turns at junctions
- Dealing with different types of crossroads
- Dealing with town centre riding
- Negotiating roundabouts
- Dealing with dual carriageways
- Dealing with other traffic safely when following behind and overtaking other vehicles
- Moving off from all positions
- Riding in areas with a national speed limit
- Joining and leaving dual carriageways and following behind other traffic
- Dealing with overtaking, meeting, filtering and leaving enough clearance to stationary vehicles
- Moving off, the emergency stop exercise, u-turn exercises (pushing and riding) and taking the motorcycle on and off the stand
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