British Cycling - Free National Standard Instructor Training Course
British Cycling's National Standard Instructor course has been accredited by the Department for Transport (DfT) and is supported by high quality resources and delivery materials developed by British Cycling, ensuring candidates receive value for money and a professional training package.
The National Standard Instructor (NSI) course is largely practical, delivered outdoors in the Bikeability Level 1, 2 and 3 training environments; ensuring candidates are fully prepared to start work as an instructor at the end of the course. The course involves formal assessment over the four days and a Post Course Assessment (PCA), which must be completed within six months of the initial four-day course.
The instructor course prepares you to deliver Bikeability Level 1 to 3 courses to either adults or young people. By the end of the course, you will have improved your own personal riding skills, learnt how to teach groups and individuals, how to provide a safe training area and how to assess when your trainees have achieved their outcomes.
Following successful completion of the four-day course, you will be awarded Provisional National Standard Instructor status by the Department of Transport (DfT).
The course includes:
•Introduction to the National Standard.
•Theory of Level 1, 2 and 3 Bikeability.
•Planning Bikeability sessions.
•Delivery methods for Level 1, 2 and 3 Bikeability.
•Conducting a Bike, Helmet and Clothing check.
•Evaluating Bikeability sessions.
•Providing feedback and motivation.
•Managing groups effectively.
•Moving trainees in groups.
•Conducting effective risk assessment.
•Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.
•Signposting trainees to further cycling opportunities.
•One-to-one feedback from an experienced tutor.
Newquay Treviglas Community College, TR7 3JA
17th - 20th November 2014
6th - 9th January 2015
To book a place please contact Jackie Eason at