Level 2 Award in Instructing Cycle Training
Royal Borough of Kingston
A 1st4Sport Recognised Delivery Centre
We are the only London borough delivering this award. Operating since 2007, we have trained more than 500 cycle instructors for local authorities and independent providers.
We are also recruiting Bikeability Instructors for the Kingston and Sutton areas.
Developed in partnership with The Bikeability Trust, the 1st4sport Level 2 Award in Instructing Cycle Training is designed to prepare learners to become professional cycle training instructors delivering the National Standard for Cycle Training and Bikeability in England.
If you are already an active Bikeability instructor wanting to convert to the new qualification, please check our section that explains about the recognised Prior Learning pathway. A comprensive set of information is also available on the Professional Bikeability Website.
Step 1 - Four day course
The course covers all aspects of cycle training with reference to the National Standard outcomes and risk management. Participants receive provisional accreditation once coursework is completed. The course includes:
4 day course with 2 qualified trainers
course materials (e-portfolio, workbook, manual and model documentation)
registration on the National Database
A printed copy of the National Standard Bikeability Delivery Guide and model documentation
Step 2 - Post-course assessment (PCA) within 6 months of your course
The PCA gives you full accreditation while we observe you working with real trainees where you work.
usually takes place over 1 session. More sessions may be necessary to validate outcomes
subject to completing e-portfolio assessment tasks and lesson plans evidence for your sessions
You must be at least 18 years of age.
You must be a regular on-road cyclist, who is confident riding in traffic at a standard that meets Bikeability Level 3 environment and who can pass that confidence on to others. This is a very practical course that involves considerable time on bikes.
You must have access to a helmet, suitable clothing for all weathers, a roadworthy bike and bike lock for each day of the course.
Any experience of teaching or coaching young people and adults is desirable.
Mon 13, Tue 14, Thu 16 and Fri 17 January 2020
08.45 - 17.00
The Life Centre
Mon 17, Tue 18, Thu 20 and Fri 21 February 2020
08.45 - 17.00
The St John's Church
- From £600 per person with one post-course assessment (PCA)
- We can also run group courses at your location for a minimum of 4 participants - contact us for details
- Additional post-course assessment visit are from £100 depending on location
We charge additional travelling costs as required for delivering courses or visits beyond a 10 mile radius of Kingston.
Please email [email protected] for enquiries.
Our supporting policies
As a registered training centre and Bikeability provider, RBK has essential policies in place to support the quality assurance of its activities.
To request a copy of any of the policies below please email [email protected].
- RBK Health and Safety Policy
- Cycle training activities Risk Assessment
- Equality and diversity Policy
- Working for RBK
- Visit RBK in person
- Complaints and Appeals procedure
- Anti-Fraud Framework
- Safeguarding Policy
- Data Protection Policy