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24 August 2017

Motorcycle Instructor Training

Motorcycle Instructor Training Course

Here at Advanced Riding Techniques, we pride ourselves on quality of service to both our customers and our staff; we strive to achieve industry led status in the field of all motorcycle tuition. For this reason, we do not run “instructor training courses”.
We only train Instructors who would like to work for ART in Copthorne. However if you live outside of Sussex & Surrey this course is ideal to give you a very realistic look at what is involved. It is very much a "hands on" day covering all aspects from legal requirments, customers service to basic maintenance.

Our instructor training is done over a period to suit both your schedule and individual needs. Be very wary of any companies or training schools that want to charge you money up front to "train" you as an instructor, the first question to ask is "will there be a job available at the end of the course?".

A passion for all things motorcycle and the freedom to work at least 12 days a calendar year are must!

If you need any further information then please send an email first, along with your CV and a covering letter of why you would like to be a motorcycle instructor.

For full details please download the Motorcycle instructor programme on this link Motorcycle Instructor Training PDF


We run Instructor inset days only once or twice a year. This one day course is run by ART’s senior staff and is the first step to becoming a motorcycle instructor. The charge for the day is £39. Course runs from 08:30 to 16:30 and includes full briefing notes and lunch.

The next course date is Sunday the 1st of October 2017, Please click the book and pay button below to register online.

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To be eligible to begin training as a DVSA motorcycle instructor you will need to have held a full motorcycle licence for at least 3 years with no convictions and be a minimum of 21 years of age. We require you to have your own bike which must be at least 400cc.

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