British Cycling's Cycle Training team has developed a workshop for qualified instructors who would like to develop their knowledge and skills to make cycle training inclusive.
The Delivering Inclusive Cycle Training Workshop is a one-day course that helps to ensure cycle training sessions are inclusive to all trainees, through classroom based activities and outdoor practical sessions.
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Private course bookings
In addition to public courses, British Cycling also regularly delivers private courses to Local Authority groups or School Games Host Organisers across England.
If you are looking to host a workshop, please contact the Cycle Training team.
The workshop costs £100 per person and includes:
- One-day training from expert tutors
- Cycle Training Resources to support your delivery
- Certificate of attendance
- Lunch and refreshments throughout the course.
- You have completed or are due to complete the four-day National Standard Instructor or Assistant Instructor Course (with British Cycling or another ITO).
- You are enthusiastic about making cycle training available to everyone; andYou have access to your own helmet and appropriate outdoor clothing for the workshop.
The Delivering Inclusive Cycle Training Workshop is a one-day continuing professional development (CPD) workshop. It supports the information supplied within the British Cycling Level 2 Coaching Riders with a Disability Handbook and the Department for Transports Delivering Inclusive Cycle Training guidance.
The workshop will assist instructors with their ability to plan, deliver and evaluate a series of safe, ethical and effective instructing sessions and be able to integrate all trainees into their existing sessions. The modules covered within this workshop include:
- Outside Practical delivery.
- Managing Behaviour.
Upon successful completion of the workshop, instructors should be confident and better equipped to work with trainees with specific needs and to make their cycle training sessions inclusive. As the workshop is a CPD module, instructors will not receive a qualification, however a certificate of attendance will be provided upon completion of the course.
British Cycling will provide a range of adapted bikes for the practical sessions, however if you have access to any please bring them along to the workshop.
Candidates do not need to be competent cyclists to take part in the activities. If you are unable to take part in the practical session for any reason (e.g. illness or no helmet), please inform the Cycle Training team prior to the course so that alternative arrangements can be made to involve you in the activities.
Tel: 0161 274 2129