Level Two - Occasional Cyclist

All our courses are specifically tailored to the needs and capabilities of the trainee, but the one hour Introductory Assessment involves components which are compulsory for all. The purpose of this session is to assess the trainee's needs, expectations, cycling ability and experience, and to devise a training programme with them.
 
At the discretion of the instructor and in consultation with the trainee, this will be conducted on roads with heavier traffic.
 
Course to focus on…
 
» The theory of on-road cycling
» Fluid cycling - continuous hazard awareness and assessment, and smooth handling of the vehicle.
» Junctions - the types of simple junctions.
» Using cycling facilities - on and off road cycle lanes and paths.
 
At the end of the course, trainees will be assessed. Trainees will also be contacted within six months to log their cycling habits and any changes they have noticed in their health. Trainees will also be invited to make useful criticisms of the course in order to help us continually maintain our standards.

 

During this short course you’ll learn:

  • The theory of on-road cycling
  • Fluid cycling - continuous hazard awareness and assessment, and smooth handling of the vehicle
  • Junctions – how to navigate them and what to expect
  • Using cycling facilities - on and off road cycle lanes and paths
  • Managing your relationship with all other road and path users
  • Your rights on the road

At the end of the course trainees will be assessed and if appropriate will be awarded their Level 2 Cycling Certificate. 

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