Level one training - Held in an enclosed traffic free area (i.e. school playground), for one session lasting approximately 2 hours in duration.
Level two training - Practical on-road training comprises of 4 sessions (3 on-road), each lasting for half a day. These are held at centres (including schools) across the borough, some courses are offered during the school summer holidays.
Level three training - This is individually tailored for anyone who wishes to use cycling for travel, journeying from home to school, work or college etc.
All course participants need to use a high visibility waistcoat and a cycle helmet, these will be issued, if they do not have their own.
Successful attendees will receive a certificate and Bikeability badge.
Training is free. To find out more or to book a place, please click on the course availability icon.
In addition, many schools run term time courses, run in conjunction with the Behavioural Change Unit. Officers begin each training programme in the secure environment of the school playground. The children will only venture out onto the highway if they are ready, where they are closely supervised by Behavioural Change officers or a nominated National Cycling Instructor.