The course will start with Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) for those who haven’t taken it yet where you will be trained to a safe basic level after which you will be issued with a Certificate of Completion (DL196). For those who have already completed CBT this day will take the form of a 125cc skills day to re-aquaint you with the riding basics and disciplines which may have been lost since CBT. For all, this is an important part of your course. A good standard achieved at this stage will ensure that the rest of your course runs smoothly.
This is when A2 and Direct Access students (see ‘The Law’) will upgrade to a 500 or 600cc machine. Emphasis is on becoming familiar and confident with the larger machine so you are comfortable for Day 4 when we start training you for the Tests. There will be plenty of road work on this day to build your confidence.
Day 3 Today we train towards your Module One Test. We will also cover many miles of Module Two training during the road-ridng part of the day around the Lee-On-The-Solent area which is where the Test Centre is based.
Day 4 Last chance for some Module One practice before leaving the centre with Module Two practice on the way to the test centre for both tests. (You may take Module Two another day if you wish. This does incur a further fee)