MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT
European Road Safety Charter
Good Practice

Good practice submission

Good practice submission

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What problem did you address/are you addressing? 
Powered two wheelers receive very basic training to pass a test. Our training ensures riders are adeqately prepared for their rides. Our book highlights the risks and dangers riders face on the road and how the trainer can dramatically improve the safety of riders. Good training produces good riders, saves lives, prevents injury and minimises repair costs.
List the actions you carried/are carrying out 
Date 
Thursday, 1 April, 2010
Name of action 

Our on road structured training programmes provided cost free,  ensures trainees develop their skills to empower themselves.The use of protective clothing, vehicle roadworthiness, rider and vehicle licensing and an on road assessment of the rider’s skills before training commences introduces riders to our training programme. It is paramount to prepare them in readiness for training and to recognise their responsibilities.Training sessions encourage progression of a trainees ability with suitable periods of time between training for them to practice and therfore empower themselves with new found skills. A rider attends their next training session ready to demonstrate what they have achieved and move on to the next topic.The training programme amounts to approximately 25 hours of on road training. Trainees are communicated with by the use of a radio communications system which is invaluabe for giving guidance and correcting errors on the move when face with real lifehazards.  

How did you evaluate/are you evaluating the success of your action? 
The training provided is concluded with a rider taking an advanced rider test. Book sales of the training handbook will reflect the interest for this specialised are of expertise. We have had our first sales in the USA and Australia.
Who carried/carries out the evaluation activities? 
External evaluation
Internal evaluation
When did/will you carry out the evaluation? 
After the intervention