Delivering training in a non-school setting
While the vast majority of Bikeability Scotland training is delivered in schools, there are organisations and instructors delivering the training in other settings, helping to get both children and adults cycling.
Most of the information in this 'instructors' section is equally applicable to non-school settings, but if you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact us.
If you want to train up as an instructor to deliver Bikeability Scotland in a non-school setting, you can book yourself onto a training course here. If you're going to be delivering the training to adults, there will be usually be a cost associated with training as an instructor. If you'll be delivering to children, you may be able to get a funded place on a course. Please contact us directly to discuss this at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also contact email@example.com directly if you need any resources for your training.
If you're delivering training to adults, there is another Cycling Scotland training course called Essential Cycling Skills which might be suitable. You can find out more about this here, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org