Bikeabiltiy School Provision - Level 1 & 2 for primary schools and Level 3 for secondary schools
On Your Bike Cycle training has been asked to train children at 56 schools in Swindon with 500 children being trained in year 1.  We would be delighted to bring Bikeability to your school. Bikeabiltiy School Provision - Level 1 & 2 for primary schools and Level 3 for secondary schools

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We at On Your Bike Cycle Training:

 

1.  aim to continue training in most weather conditions where safe to do so.  Parents must make sure their child is properly dressed for the weather.

 

2. If a trainee's behaviour endangers anyone's safety, they will not be able to continue the course.

 

3. Requests for refunds (non subsidised schools) will be treated on an individual basis.

 

4. At the end of the course, your child will receive a detailed assessment certificate.  This will show you exactly what your child has been taught and achieved.  We hope this will help you with the further development of your child's cycling skills.

 

5.  Our instructors have achieved accreditation to the National Standard, are DBS checked and trained in basic First Aid.  Instructors also receive ongoing training after accreditation.

 

6.  We risk assess the roads around each school and select the ones that are suitable for training - our Instructors and the school office will have a map of the area we'll be using if you'd like to see it.

 

National Standard of Cycle Training - Course Ratios and Times

 

Level 1 - Maximum number of trainees per instructor is 15 with two hours training.

Level 2 - Maximum number of trainees per instructor is 6 with six hours training.

Level 3 - Maximum number of trainees per instructor is 3 with two hours training.

 

If you have any questions, we will be happy to answer them.  Thank you very much.

 

Level 2 and Level 3 course.

 

At the start of a Level 2 course our Instructors will assess, but not teach, the following basic Level 1 skills:

 

1.  Look behind without wobbling whilst pedalling;

2.  Take one hand off the handlebars without wobbling whilst pedalling;

3.  Stop quickly and keep control of the bike.

 

A child who does not have these skills will not be safe enough to go on the road so will not be able to continue with the training.  Parents are encouraged to practise with their child before the course.

The Bike

 

The trainee's bike must be roadworthy to take part in the training.

 

The trainee's cycle must be the right size for them. 



If a child's bike is so big or small they can't control it, they won't be able to take part in the training.

 

Consent Forms



Consent forms to be handed to instructor on day of training and returned to the school after the course is completed.

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