This report summarises the views that were put forward in the autumn 2017 workshops and via the online survey, and sets out the key principles for the revisions to be made to the National Standard
The National Standard for Cycle Training (‘the National Standard’) is the series of Outcomes that describe effective cycling and cyclist instruction and contribute to getting more people cycling, more safely, more often.
As the National Standard was last reviewed in 2012 it is now time for it to be reviewed again, to ensure that it continues to evolve in response to changing circumstances.
All the following are within the scope of the review:
- The ‘trainee outcomes’ – the outcomes that trainees demonstrate in training at Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the National Standard;
- The ‘ instructor outcomes’ – the outcomes that instructors must demonstrate as National Standard Instructors;
- The ‘instructor trainer outcomes’ – the outcomes that instructor trainers must demonstrate as National Standard Instructor Trainers;
- The ‘off the shelf’ courses which are used to deliver the above outcomes;
- The outcomes for the Bikeability Plus modules that have been introduced since the National Standard was last reviewed.
The associated Bikeability delivery guidance also forms part of this review.
STAGE ONE ENGAGEMENT REPORT NOW AVAILABLE TO VIEW
The other documents below together comprise the National Standard for Cycle Training and provide guidance on its delivery.
This is the National Standard for Cycle Training for Level One Bikeability, published March 2013 and includes the Level One trainee outcomes
This is the National Standard for Cycle Training for Level Two Bikeability, published March 2013, and includes the Level Two trainee outcomes
This is the National Standard for Cycle Training for Level Three Bikeability, published March 2013, and includes the Level Three trainee outcomes
This document sets out the National Standard Instructor Outcomes
This document sets out the National Standard Assistant Instructor outcomes
This document sets out the National Standard Instructor Trainer outcomes
As well as including the trainee outcomes, the Bikeability Delivery Guide also includes guidance for instructors for delivering Bikeability Levels 1-3
This document provides good practice guidance for delivering inclusive cycle training
Provides delivery guidance for Bikeability Plus modules and also includes Bikeability Plus outcomes
This document provides the structure and content for the National Standard Instructor (NSI) course
This document provides the structure and content for the national Standard Assistant Instructor (NSIA) course
This document provides the structure and content for the National Standard Instructor Trainer (NSIT) course
This is a reference document which reproduces the questions asked in the online survey so that you can read and think about the questions in advance of accessing the online survey link
Here are the important dates for the review and details of how and when you can get involved
AUG 2017Stage One Engagement opened: This has helped us to understand the changes that need to be made to the National Standard
OCT 2017Stage One Engagement closed: Findings used to prepare Draft Revised National Standard
Draft Revised National Standard available for further comment
STAGE TWO ENGAGEMENT OPENED: This will enable you to comment on the detail of the Draft Revised National Standard
STAGE TWO ENGAGEMENT CLOSED: Feedback will be used to further refine the changes made to the National Standard
JUNE 2018The CTSB (Cycle Training Standards Board) will meet to discuss the final draft version of the revised National Standard
SUMMER 2018Full Revised National Standard published
AUTUMN 2018Transitional period which will be used to develop and finalise associated guidance etc
EARLY 2019Revised National Standard comes into effect
Have your say
The input of those within the cycle training industry – instructors, schemes, stakeholders – is vital to this review, so please do get involved!
Other stakeholder organisations outside of the cycle training industry will also have a valuable contribution to make and their contributions are welcomed too.
STAGE TWO ENGAGEMENT: The information gathered from the Stage One engagement survey and workshops has been used to develop a draft revised National Standard for further comment. Please click here to see a copy of it, understand the changes that have been made and why, and provide your feedback.