A two-day (consecutive) training coaching and mentoring course introducing novice riders to critical aspects of riding including off-road sessions on basic riding skills, motorcycle operation, road-craft tactics, riding gear, motorcycle knowledge, manoeuvring skills, steering and cornering, emergency braking, safe riding strategies and an on-road assessment. Participants must have completed the current MOTOR CYCLE Road Rules Knowledge Test prior to booking for the course.
The course includes classroom theory sessions, on the riding range demonstrations and instructions, on-road assessment during the 2 days.
The following aspects will be addressed: Performing pre-ride safety inspections, Locating and operating motorcycle controls, Right and left turns, Motorcycle control and balance at low speed, Gear changing, Braking, Road craft.
In order to progress with the Pre-Learner Motorcycle Course day two training and assessment, a participant must successfully complete the on-range component of the assessment in order to undertake the on-road component. These assessments are conducted at the end of Pre-Learner Motorcycle Course day two.
If a participant fails the assessment (on-range or on-road) they must repeat the whole Pre-Learner Motorcycle Course day two and pass the associated assessment within one month from the training commencement day.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be provided documentation to take to Service Tas within 30 days and apply for their Learner Licence.
1. You must be at least 16 years and 5 months of age.
2. Participants must have completed the current MOTOR CYCLE Road Rules Knowledge Test prior to booking for the course.
3. Participants must successfully complete Day 1 to continue to Day 2.
4. Participants must not have a suspended Licence and must provide proof of photo ID on Day 1.
You must wear long pants, long sleeve shirt or jacket and sturdy shoes or boots, in fact “full skin coverage” is required or you cannot train.
We supply helmet, cotton gloves and wet weather gear if needed.
Please note that the course will proceed regardless of weather. Trainer discretion will apply in Winter.
As lunch is not provided, we recommend that you bring your own lunch and a cool drink.
Participants must have completed the current MOTOR CYCLE Road Rules Knowledge Test at Service Tasmania prior to booking for the course.
Fees must be paid at time of Registration unless approved otherwise by AJL Training