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21 hours ago

Go Velo

Absolutely honoured to be involved, leading the Brierfield Bike Ride yesterday.

A lovely ride from Brierfield to the Steven Burke Sports Hub where we stopped for refreshments before heading back, taking in all the beautiful scenery and infrastructure already in place along the route.

This is amazing initiative that really will help pave the way for increased Active Travel in the area of Pendle.

Watch this space!
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Absolutely honoured to be involved, leading the Brierfield Bike Ride yesterday.

A lovely ride from Brierfield to the Steven Burke Sports Hub where we stopped for refreshments before heading back, taking in all the beautiful scenery and infrastructure already in place along the route.

This is amazing initiative that really will help pave the way for increased Active Travel in the area of Pendle.

Watch this space!

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I really enjoyed the route along the Penine Cycleway. Great afternoon. 🚴‍♀️Thank you.

2 days ago

Go Velo

Super Slow Way cycling activity at UcLan Burnley again this evening. If you want to get out on your bike and cycle on the canal, get
In touch!
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5 days ago

Go Velo

These are the sessions we are running for Learn to Ride in Pendle next week.

If your child can already ride we can upskill them and get them ready for Bikeability Level 1.

www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/go-velo-holiday-sessions-pendle-20129268401
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7 days ago

Go Velo

One big family - teamwork - everyone pulling together to make things happen. Big thanks Bernie Gostling who is helping with admin and getting our courses ready, taking the pressure off Megs and allowing her some well needed R&R. Hero! Thank you!! ... See MoreSee Less

One big family - teamwork - everyone pulling together to make things happen. Big thanks Bernie Gostling who is helping with admin and getting our courses ready, taking the pressure off Megs and allowing her some well needed R&R. Hero! Thank you!!
 

Level 2 Award in Instructing Cycle Training (L2AICT)

Level 2 Award in Instructing Cycle Training (L2AICT)

This course covers the theory and practice of teaching all levels and age groups to ride safely on the road. It follows Department of Transport guidelines.

 

The Level 2 Award in Instructor Cycle Training will qualify you to:

 

Teach groups of school children

Enhance the cycling skills of adults.

 

The course includes online, virtual and face-to-face learning. Your course tutor will provide support throughout.

 

 

How the Course Works

 

Book your course with Go Velo

Attend the four-day course with a Go Velo tutor

Complete 11 online assessment tasks, and upload them to your learner portfolio

Take your post-course assessment (PCA).

 

Total course length is around two to six months, depending on when you complete your PCA.

 

During the whole time of the course, we will offer you the support of one of our experienced tutors. This is available whenever you need it.

 

 

Course Content

 

Unit 1: Understand the role and responsibilities of the cycle training instructor

Unit 2: Plan cycle training and assessment

Unit 3: Deliver cycle training and assessment

Unit 4: Reviewing cycle training and assessment

Unit 5: Plan to improve professional practice.

 

 

The course involves:

 

Eight hours of online learning, including theory assessments and written assignments

32 hours of face-to-face or virtual classroom learning, including practical activities so that you experience delivering and taking part in cycle training sessions.

 

 

Requirements for Course Entry

 

To register for the Level 2 Award in Instructing Cycle Training you must:

 

Be at least 18 years of age

Be able to cycle competently, confidently and consistently to Level 3 standard – cycling on busy main roads, negotiating double lane traffic, roundabouts etc

To be able to communicate effectively in English – including listening, speaking, reading and writing.

 

You should also have a reasonable level of fitness to take part in the practical cycling parts of this course.

 

If you are unsure whether you meet all these requirements, please contact us, as we also offer adult cycle training to Level 3 standards. This can help give you the skills you would need for cycle instructor training.

 

 

What Does the Course Cost?

 

The course costs £700*, including one post-course assessment**, and support from your tutor throughout.

*You may be able to claim a bursary of £500.  Please speak with your provider.
**Expenses may be incurred. 

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