Training Courses

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Cycle Training Assistant (SCQF Accredited Level 5)

Cycle Training Assistant (SCQF Accredited Level 5)

Cycle Training Assistants deliver Bikeability Scotland Levels 1 and 2 training to children.

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Cycle Trainer

Cycle Trainer

Cycle Trainers are able to deliver all three levels of the UK National Standards of cycle training to both children and adults.  

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Cycle Ride Leader & Led Ride Assistant

Cycle Ride Leader & Led Ride Assistant

Cycle Ride Leader supports candidates to develop the skills and knowledge to lead groups on cycle trips.

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Essential Cycling Skills

Essential Cycling Skills

For those who want to improve their cycling skills and confidence.

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Play on Pedals Instructor

Play on Pedals Instructor

This one day course empowers candidates to deliver the Play on Pedals activities within their nursery or early years center.

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Go MTB Orientation

Go MTB Orientation

Go Mountain Bike Instructor Orientation supports existing instructors and leader to deliver Go Mountain Bike skills sessions.

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Practical Cycle Awareness Training

Practical Cycle Awareness Training

A JAUPT accredited course for professional drivers including a practical cycling module.

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Bikeability Scotland Mentor Training

Bikeability Scotland Mentor Training

This training is designed for Cycle Trainer Plus Instructors who are working as Mentors supporting Bikeability Scotland training in Scottish Local Authorities 

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Cycle Trainer Plus (2016)

Cycle Trainer Plus (2016)

This course supports Cycle Trainers to take on the role of instructor trainers and deliver the Cycle Training Assistant (CTA) course.

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Cycle Patrol

Cycle Patrol

Cycle Patrol provides skills and knowledge to use bikes as part of patrol duties.

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Essential Cycling Skills Instructor Orientation

Essential Cycling Skills Instructor Orientation

The ECS Orientation supports Cycle Trainers to deliver the Essential Cycling Skills training courses to adult learners.

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Play on Pedals Instructor Trainer

Play on Pedals Instructor Trainer

This one day course qualifies candidates to train others as Play on Pedals Instructors.

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Cycle Patrol Instructor

Cycle Patrol Instructor

Course for experienced Cycle Patrollers.

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MCM - Planning and Design  (Foundation)

MCM - Planning and Design (Foundation)

A CPD module for professionals and project managers, introducing the key priniciples and knowledge of Planning and Designing for cyclists. Making Cycling Mainstream covers Planning & Design, Policy & Strategy and Behaviour Change.  For each learning stream there are a variety of levels available from Foundation to Practitioner.  

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MCM - Planning and Design  (Specialism 1: Planning)

MCM - Planning and Design (Specialism 1: Planning)

A CPD module for professionals and anyone delivering cycling projects to examine the policy and processes involved in planning cycling infastructure.

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MCM - Planning and Design  (Specialism 2)

MCM - Planning and Design (Specialism 2)

This course is aimed at Roads Engineers, Urban designers, planners, local authority officers, RTP staff, Outdoor access staff, community groups, elected members and anyone who wishes to learn more about design for cycling infrastructure. Foundation level is aimed at those with limited previous experience of cycling projects.

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MCM - Behaviour Change  (Foundation)

MCM - Behaviour Change (Foundation)

Making Cycling Mainstream covers Planning & Design, Policy & Strategy and Behaviour Change.  For each learning stream there are a variety of levels available from Foundation to Practitioner.   Candidates who compltete the Behaviour Change Foundation module will: understand the benefits of behaviour change towards cycling; understand the principles of behaviour change; have a basic understanding of how to apply those principles to cycling; understand the role of travel planning; and understand the role of cycle training.   This will be an interactive session including group exercises.   Attendance and participation counts as recognised CPD time.

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MCM - Behaviour Change  (Specialism 1)

MCM - Behaviour Change (Specialism 1)

This course is aimed at Roads Engineers, Urban designers, planners, local authority officers, RTP staff, Outdoor access staff, community groups, elected members and anyone who wishes to learn more about design for cycling infrastructure. Foundation level is aimed at those with limited previous experience of cycling projects.

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MCM - Behaviour Change  (Specialism 2)

MCM - Behaviour Change (Specialism 2)

This course is aimed at Roads Engineers, Urban designers, planners, local authority officers, RTP staff, Outdoor access staff, community groups, elected members and anyone who wishes to learn more about design for cycling infrastructure. Foundation level is aimed at those with limited previous experience of cycling projects.

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MCM - Policy, Strategy and Monitoring  (Foundation)

MCM - Policy, Strategy and Monitoring (Foundation)

This course is aimed at Roads Engineers, Urban designers, planners, local authority officers, RTP staff, Outdoor access staff, community groups, elected members and anyone who wishes to learn more about design for cycling infrastructure. Foundation level is aimed at those with limited previous experience of cycling projects.

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MCM - Policy, Strategy and Monitoring  (Specialism 1)

MCM - Policy, Strategy and Monitoring (Specialism 1)

This course is aimed at Roads Engineers, Urban designers, planners, local authority officers, RTP staff, Outdoor access staff, community groups, elected members and anyone who wishes to learn more about design for cycling infrastructure. Foundation level is aimed at those with limited previous experience of cycling projects.

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MCM - Policy, Strategy and Monitoring  (Specialism 2)

MCM - Policy, Strategy and Monitoring (Specialism 2)

This course is aimed at roads engineers, urban designers, planners, local authority officers, RTP staff, outdoor access staff, community groups, elected members and anyone who wishes to learn more about design for cycling infrastructure. Foundation level is aimed at those with limited previous experience of cycling projects.

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