Advanced instructor qualification question from Richard Howes Yates
Question: Question asked on behalf of Richard Howes (Kickstart Training) by Jez Tromans (VideoBiker) – “Do I need an advanced riding qualification to be able to teach the DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme?”
Answer: Hi Richard. No, you don’t need an advanced instructor qualification, you need an advanced riding qualification. However, I would strongly recommend that if you or any of your staff are delivering ERS, that they get that extra qualification. It can only enhance their training and it’s better for the customer that they are receiving training from someone who is suitably qualified.
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Resources for ERS instructors & ATB's
The Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) resources and information on this page are from a DVSA webinar that was run in association with VideoBiker on the 12th July 2018. The content of this ERS webinar (and this page) is aimed at motorcycle training schools (ATB’s) and motorcycle instructors.
ERS Instructor Q&A
ERS re-launch update
How much should ERS cost?
How long should ERS last for post-test candidates and born-again bikers?
Who should deliver the ‘blood bikers’ and ‘riding abroad’ ERS modules?
Is ERS a training route to A2, A1 and A motorcycle licences
What are the entry requirements for ERS instructors?
How is the DVSA supporting the Enhanced Rider Scheme?
What is the criteria for ERS standards checks?
What is the frequency of ERS standards checks?
Is there an ATB discount for multiple ERS instructors?
What advanced rider qualifications do new ERS instructors need?
What points are required to pass the ERS check test?
Does the new ERS raise motorcycle training standards?
How does the DVSA help to promote the Enhanced Rider Scheme?
How can motorcycle training schools better promote ERS?
Is there an ERS directory for the additional ERS modules?
Further information: DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme