Module A – Introduction

The aims of the approved training course & The importance of the right equipment and clothing

Trainee’s licence will be checked. You must bring .The plastic part CARD licence.  Your eyesight must be tested too. Trainees must be able to read in good daylight a vehicle registration mark containing letters and figures 79.4 mm high at a distance of 66 feet (20 metres) (with the aid of glasses or contact lenses if worn). this is your Reasonabilty to check your licence and eyesight before you come if you dont your test your day may have to be cancelled with loss of all fees


Module B – Practical on Site Training

Trainees must receive practical training at the conclusion of which they will know the followings,

Knowing the hand and feet controls where they are and how they work, The instruments, warning lights, speedo, fuel,indecators,ect

Be able to carry out basic machine checks to a satisfactory, how to check the brakes, oil lights, tyres, & steering. example what is the tyre tread depth on a motorcycle?  how do you adjust the chain ?

Be able to take the bike on and off the stand satisfactorily and correctly, Then pushing and Walking with the bike,


Module C – Practical On Site Riding


Trainees must undertake practical on site riding at the conclusion of which they must be able to: –

  • Ride the machine under control in a straight line and bring the machine to a controlled halt
  • Ride the machine round a figure of eight circuit under control
  • Ride the machine slowly under control
  • Carry out a U–turn manoeuvre satisfactorily
  • Bring the machine to a 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


Module D – Practical on Road Training

Highway code classroom session

Trainees must understand the following

  • 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 most 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
  • The need to use rear observation at appropriate times
  • The need to assume the correct road position when riding
  • The need to leave sufficient space when following another vehicle
  • The need to pay due regard to the effects of varying weather conditions when riding

Trainees must be aware of

  • The effect on a vehicle of the various types of road surface that can be encountered
  • The dangers of drug and alcohol abuse
  • The consequences of aggressive attitudes when riding The importance of hazard perception


Module E – Practical on Road Riding

Trainees must undertake on road riding for a period of not less than two hours. They must encounter all the following traffic situations and demonstrate their ability to handle each one competently and safely

  • Roundabouts
  • Junctions
  • Pedestrian Crossings
  • Traffic lights
  • Gradients
  • Bends
  • Obstructions

Trainees must also repeat the following exercises in normal road conditions: –

  • Carry out a U–turn manoeuvre satisfactorily
  • Bring the machine to a stop under full control as in an emergency
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