Modular CBT Element E: practical on-road riding and training course.
One to One

£99

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You will need to complete  all five elements of the CBT in succession.

You will start with element A. 

You will need to complete all 5 elements successfully. 

To complete E must have completed elements A, B, C and D.

All the element must be completed within 3 months of starting the modular CBT.

 

On CB250F Geared Honda

 

You will need:

Provisional UK driving licence or full car licence.

You would need to be 19 years to ride.

You will need an understanding of the Highway Code & Traffic Signs

You must wear suitable clothing E CBT sessions

Riding in typical traffic conditions (including traffic lights, roundabouts, junctions, pedestrian crossings, gradients and bends), and carrying out a u-turn and an emergency stop.

What must happen:

The learner must be given a chance to practice riding and demonstrate the required skills, knowledge and understanding to ride in typical traffic conditions, on a route that provides exposure to as many situations as possible, but including as a minimum:

  • traffic lights

  • roundabouts

  • junctions

  • pedestrian crossings

  • gradients

  • bends

 

The learner must be asked to demonstrate:

 

  • u-turn manoeuvre

  • their ability to bring their vehicle to a stop, safely and under full control, as in an emergency

 

What the learner must know and understand:

The core knowledge and understanding needed to complete this element should have been covered in elements A to D.

 

 

The learner must know and understand:

 

  • how that knowledge and understanding applies in a range of real-world situations

  • the limits of their competence

  • What the learner should be able to do:

 

To show that they’ve reached the required standard, the learner should be able to complete their ride having demonstrated their ability to:

 

  • keep control of their machine at all times and in all situations

  • carry out effective observations when manoeuvring

  • position themselves correctly in relation to other road users

  • adapt their position to deal with all hazards safely

  • communicate their intentions to other road users clearly and effectively

  • comply with all road markings, signs and signals

  • understand what to do (‘fail-safe’) when they are uncertain how to proceed or what actions to take

Terms and Conditions apply on booking

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