Courses Available

COMPULSORY BASIC TRAINING (CBT)

This is a mandatory course for provisional licence holders who want to ride powered two wheelers. It consists of 5 elements (labelled A to E). Usually the course will take all day, but sometimes it could take longer. Have a look at the below YouTube DVSA CBT Official Guide for an idea on what’s in store.

MODULE 1 TRAINING

This is training towards the first of two tests for those who wish to attain their full motorcycle¬†licence.¬† You will need a valid driving licence, CBT certificate and theory certificate in order to take this test. And your age will dictate what licence you’ll be working towards. Have a look at the below YouTube DVSA Module 1 test Official Guide.

  • Aged 16 years – This training will be done on a moped (AM licence).
  • Aged 17 years – This training will be done on a 125cc motorcycle (A1 licence).
  • Aged 19 years – This training will be done on a 650cc motorcycle but restricted to 35Kw power output (A2 licence).
  • Aged 21 years (ONLY if full A2 licence held for at least 2 years) – This training is done on an unrestricted 650cc motorcycle (A licence).
  • Aged 24 years – This training is done on an unrestricted 650cc motorcycle (A licence).

MODULE 2 TRAINING

This is training towards the final test for those who wish to attain their full motorcycle licence. You will need a valid driving licence, CBT certificate, theory certificate and Module 1 test pass certificate. This involves being followed on public roads by a DVSA examiner to see how you deal with road and traffic situations. Have a look at the below YouTube DVSA Module 2 test Official Guide.

POST TEST MOTORCYCLE TRAINING INCLUDING THE ENHANCED RIDER SCHEME (ERS)

For those with a full licence, we offer further training. Whether you’ve had a gap from riding or have a desire to improve, we can help. Most of our instructors have an advanced rider qualification, so they know what they’re talking about. We can also offer the DVSA ERS qualification, which can generate a discount with many insurance companies. Have a look at the below YouTube DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme Official Guide.