british Cycling Level 2 Leadership
The Level 2 Mountain Bike Leadership Award is the entry point for experienced mountain bikers wanting to use their experience to safely guide others on off-road terrain.
The award is ideal for anyone, who is either working in the outdoor sector, volunteering at a club, looking to start up their own lead MTB rides or simply has a personal interest in gaining additional skills.
The course covers topics such as planning and delivery of rides, leading techniques for effective group management, map reading and navigation, management of accidents and emergencies, equipment set-up, trailside repairs and core mountain bike techniques.
£220 Training/£120 Assessment
Fun-mbl (Fundamentals of mtb leadership)
The Fun-Mbl award is the entry point for Inexperianced mountain bike leaders. The award is ideal for anyone who wants to lead groups using mixed road and off-road environments. This might include rides that are already taking place but require development and insurance, or perhaps you are looking to organise activity for your school, college, activity centre – or simply a group of friends. Your remit would be to lead on terrain that ranges from the urban fringe and gravel tracks through to open countryside, woodland and most trail centre blue routes.
£250 Per Person
First-Aid for mountain bikers
£170 Per Person
It is specifically designed for those who are involved in any form of cycling and will cover the requirements to be able to undertake the role of the First Aider when in rural and the more remote regions of the UK where emergency medical assistance may be more than 30 minutes away.
The learner will gain the first aid skills and knowledge to provide first aid competently and confidently in an outdoor remote environment. This course is specifically delivered with cyclists in mind and will focus on the medium of cycling within the above context.