Whether you are an instructor, scheme organiser, in charge of cycling in your local authority or just looking to find out more about how you could start delivering Bikeability, the following sections should contain information that will help. Find out more by exploring this section and learning about how Bikeability is delivered.
Getting your cycle training scheme Bikeability registered couldn't be simpler. It is a quality assurance standard that all trainers and schemes can apply for providing they follow the National Standard for Cycle Training and courses are delivered by qualified National Standard instructors. More information about Bikeability registration.
Whether you’d like to make delivering Bikeability your full-time job or you just want to pass on some skills at your local school or youth club, undertaking the National Standard Instructor training is the first step to getting involved with delivering Bikeability. Find out more about becoming an instructor.
It is crucial that your Bikeability course is managed to the highest standard and is what would be expected from any professional organisation delivering services to the public. More information about course management.
If you are a National Standard Instructor and you are interested in running your own Bikeability training course then you’ll find a ready-made course for Levels 1, 2 and 3 that meets all of the scheme registration criteria here. Find the Bikeability Course Guides here.