Fancy a career getting people fit and healthy? Young people across Scotland have the opportunity to train as a Bikeability Instructor for free!
There are two qualifications you can get to deliver Bikeability Scotland - the one-day Cycle Training Assistant course for delivering levels 1 and 2, and the four-day Cycle Trainer course for delivering all three levels. You can find out more about the qualifications here.
How to become a Bikeability Scotland instructor:
- If you're at school, please contact your local authority co-ordinator and ask to attend a course.
- If you'd like to teach Bikeability Scotland at an independent school (as a volunteer) or in a community please contact Cycling Scotland directly.
- If you're already a volunteer, please visit this page to find out the procedure in your local authority area
Anyone delivering Bikeability Scotland in schools, either on a voluntary basis or as part of their school/local authority job, will be able to train as an instructor free of charge.
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