Dudley offers free training to young P2W riders
Dudley’s road safety team is offering a free CBT plus training scheme for young and inexperienced P2W riders.
The West Midlands Road Safety Partnership is funding the training scheme and the grants for 16 – 19 year olds are provided by Dudley Council.
The training is organised by Helen North, Dudley RSO, and Mike Mounfield, West Midlands Road Safety Partnership’s motorcycle project officer.
The course is designed for 16 -19 year old P2W riders who have completed their CBT but haven’t obtained a full licence. It is structured to compliment their existing knowledge and build on their experience, providing them with the skills they need to stay safe on the roads.
Riders aged 16-19 years who take part are eligible for a £50 equipment grant and all rider are entitled to a 10% discount with a local motorbike shops.
Two of the day-long courses have already taken place and a third is scheduled for 19 June.
For more information contact Helen North on 01384 814439.
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