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Cycling & Walking training for Schools & Colleges
The TTC group delivers a comprehensive range of Cycling & Walking training for Schools & Colleges, encouraging young people to cycle more often and of course more safely. Our training is designed to equip people, particularly young people, with the skills essential for making cycling trips to and from school or college on today’s busy roads.
Whilst a high proportion of our work is with children in schools, we also offer training for adults, irrespective of their experience and ability.
TTC Cycle Experience offers National Standard Levels 1, 2 and 3 training (Bikeability) to local authorities, companies and individuals. We are also an accredited Bikeability and instructor training scheme provider.
Our Instructors are all accredited to the national standard, CRB checked and first aid trained. They are selected for their maturity, professionalism and their ability to relate effectively to clients, school staff, their colleagues and not least a wide range of trainees. Regular assessment and feedback is supplemented by coaching and mentoring to ensure that they consistently deliver quality training.
It’s never too young to start to learn to ride, this is why TTC Cycle Experience has also developed an exciting new programme that teaches children to ride their bikes independently – no more stabilisers and no grown-ups holding on! Our ‘Learn to Balance and Ride’ classes are open to children aged 3-14.
If you would like to learn more about TTC’s Balanceability please visit our dedicated website by clicking here or please speak to one of our specialists on 0330 024 1783.
If you would like to learn more about TTC’s cycle promoting and training services for schools and colleges click here or please speak to one of our specialists on 0330 024 1783.
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