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How young can you become an instructer

Re: How young can you become an instructer

Postby Vantage » Tue Feb 19, 2013 8:33 pm

Hi Paul

Thanks for the offer, I'm Gold on Cars and Bikes and Rospa Adv Tutor on cars already, the local Rospa Bike group doesn't meet particularly conveniently for me distance-wise so I thought I'd look at some other post-test training quals.
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Re: How young can you become an instructer

Postby Paul » Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:53 am

Now I understand!

Have you considered doing the RoSPA Diploma in Advanced Riding Instruction? Whilst it is very expensive (£1100 :shock: ), it is pretty thorough and would guarantee you a place on the RPMT once you pass the DSA's motorcycle theory test (inc. hazard perception) at the higher advanced pass rate. This is the route I went down and I learnt quite a lot in the process. But it is very expensive.

I would get in touch with the DSA directly as your driving and riding qualifications should be enough to enable them to include your 2 years on a restricted licence as your RoSPA Gold on the bike is testament to your ability.

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