training package is designed to prepare you for the DVSA instructor
assessment for both the
CBT and DAS qualification.
of the Phoenix training package
- flexible training
to suit your pace
- choose the
level of qualification you require
- benefit from
our years of training experience
training with DVSA & BTEC qualified instructors
ratio of 2:1
- All necessary
reference materials provided
- Local low cost
accommodation available locally
be eligible, you must be over 21 years of age and have held a full
Category A motorcycle license for over 3 years. ( since the new 3rd directive came into force, Someone who passes a cat A2 test at 19 followed by cat A test two years later aged 21 can become an instructor at age 22 once they have held full motorcycle entitlement for three years. Further to this, the instructor must hold the correct category for the training they are providing, cat A2 holders can only provide training for cat A1 and A2 but not A)
course is designed to teach you how to instruct members of the
public to ride motorcycles and scooters in accordance with The
Motor Vehicles (Driving Licence) Regulations 1999 and to prepare
you for the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) assessment
which on successful completion you will be awarded your certificate
We will provide
you with all the reference books, Instructor notes and lesson
plans required for your preparation.
general overview of the course is as follows:
instructor training centre has everything your need. You will
spend an Intensive seven days at our training centre based at
Amesbury Wiltshire. The course will consist of instructional techniques
delivering the Compulsory Basic Training Course (CBT) as laid
down by the DVSA, Including practice delivering the CBT to live
students under instruction from your qualified tutors, At the end of the week you will be advised whether you need further training before applying for a DVSA assessment. The Enhanced Course also includes Advanced Rider and first aid training.
on how well you have progressed you may need further practice
before you apply for a DVSA assessment. We can arrange
for further training at our mutual convenience so that you are
well prepared for the assessment. The length of this further training
depends largely on how often you can make yourself available for
ready, you can arrange at your convenience, to attend
the DVSA two day assessment. On successful completion of
this assessment you may apply for your DVSA
Certified Motorcycle Instructor Certificate for CBT, seek employment with any DVSA approved
Training body (ATB) or even start your own ATB.
training will follow at your convenience for the Direct Access
Scheme assessment. On successful completion of the
DVSA DAS assessment you may apply for a DVSA
Certified Motorcycle Instructor Certificate DAS, seek employment with any DVSA approved
training body or even start your own ATB.
charge an all inclusive £1600.00 for the
standard course or £2000.00 for the Enhanced course. Both course fees include any follow up training and DAS training but does not include accommodation.
There are no specific examination fees. At present there are no
fees charged by the DVSA for the assessments. Individuals
will be responsible for overnight accommodation charges. We challenge
you to find this level of training at a more competitive price.
Law & Motorcycle training
The motorcycle training industry is regulated by the Driver and Vehicle Standards
Agency (DVSA), and there are strict rules associated with motorcycle
licensing of motorcyclists is also quite a complicated matter with
rules relating to the age, name, size and power of motorcycles.
at present there are three stages of qualification to become a fully
qualified motorcycle instructor.
Trained and assessed by a qualified instructor and permitted to
train at Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) level only within the ATB
that trained you.
Attend the DVSA centre and pass a rigorous two day
assessment. This permits you to train at CBT level and down train
other new instructors. This is the minimum qualification to hold
an Approved Training Body Status (ATB).
Once already qualified as a CBT1C (cannot progress directly to DAS)
attend DVSA Centre and pass a further half-day assessment.
This permits you to train DAS in addition to CBT.