Motorcycle Instructor training videos CBT
A bespoke product containing Motorcycle Instructor training videos for CBT. When prospective motorcycle trainers learn to become instructors it can be a lengthy and time-consuming process. It is difficult to remember the whole CBT delivery when preparing lesson plans at home, after watching a live CBT course.
That’s where the videos help as they can be paused, rewound and replayed to watch and listen to the same lesson time after time. This is essential when planning lesson delivery in the comfort of your own home.
The online CBT video lessons show the four structured phases of each lesson: An Explanation of the lesson and what should be done; a Demonstration phase where the actual exercise is shown to the student; an Imitation phase where the student copies what has been demonstrated, with fault finding and instruction given to rectify faults; and finally a Practice phase before a final debrief.
24/7 – Anywhere & on any device
The videos can be watched in the comfort of your own home at any time. It eliminates the need to be stood on the CBT pad day after day watching a CBT being conducted. The online lessons are delivered in full and can be stopped, rewound or played over again while preparing lesson plans. It doesn’t matter what the weather is doing outside, the videos can be watched 24/7 on any device.
For new trainers who are just getting started. If you can’t commit to regular instructor training days attending CBT Courses, this is an ideal way to gain knowledge. The CBT Videos show every part of the lesson delivery, watching the videos will give you a head start when preparing to deliver your own lessons.
The online motorcycle instructor training videos should be used in conjunction with the CBT Lesson Plans. For all the CBT training resources to be added, purchase the Full Package – Online training videos and CBT resources. This gives the most comprehensive instructor training guide in the UK.
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See below for a full guide of the lessons that have to be delivered by the instructor, during the Compulsory Basic Training course. There are training resources for every lesson that an instructor needs to learn and deliver to learner riders.
Lesson plans and diagrams follow the CBT syllabus shown below:
- The aims, objectives and content of the Compulsory Basic Training course
- The importance of having the right equipment and clothing
- Be familiar with the motorcycle, its controls and how it works
- Carry out basic machine checks to a satisfactory standard and be able to take the bike on and off the stand satisfactorily
- Wheel the machine around to the left and right showing proper balance and bring the motorcycle to a controlled halt by braking
- Be able to start and stop the engine satisfactorily
- Ride the machine under control in a straight line and bring the machine to a controlled halt
- Be able to ride the machine round a figure of 8 circuits under control
- Ride the machine slowly under control
- Carry out a U-turn manoeuvre satisfactorily
- Bring the machine to stop under full control as in an emergency
- Carry out controlled braking using both brakes
- Change gear satisfactorily
- Carry out rear observation correctly
- Carry out simulated left and right hand turns correctly using the Observation-Signal-Manoeuvre (OSM) and Position-Speed-Look (PSL) routines
- The need to be clearly visible to other road users (the use of conspicuity aids)
- The importance of knowing the legal requirements for riding on the road
- Why motorcyclists are more vulnerable than other road users
- The need to ride at the correct speed according to road and traffic conditions
- The importance of knowing the Highway Code
- The need to ride defensively and anticipate the actions of other road users
- Use rear observation at appropriate times
- Assume the correct road position when riding
- Leave sufficient space when following another vehicle
- The need to pay due regard to the effect of varying weather conditions when riding
- The effect on a vehicle of the various types of road surface that can be encountered
- The dangers of drug and alcohol use
- The consequences of aggressive attitudes when riding
- The importance of hazard perception
- Pedestrian Crossings
- One Way Systems
- Traffic lights
- Bus Lanes
- Dual Carriageways
- Emergency stop