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Volunteers are wanted to help drive forward cycling in Clackmannanshire through the Cycling Scotlandinitiative, Bikeability.
The Cycle Trainer Assistant programme delivers both playground based activities and on-road cycling experience to primary school pupils enabling them to gain confidence and competence to use their bikes to and from school and in their local communities.
Cycle Training Assistants help deliver Bikeability Scotland training levels 1 and 2 to school aged pupils. Normally as a Cycle Training Assistant you will work under the supervision of a Cycle Trainer or local authority coordinator while you gain experience.
By completing the course you can go on to plan and deliver cycle training sessions using our Bikeability Scotland resources.
To become a Cycle Training Assistant you should ideally be a competent cyclist and must be a minimum of 16 years old or 18 where working independently.
This is a 1 day course (8 hrs) and can be delivered as a full day, twilight sessions or over 2 half days.
You will need a road worthy bicycle, clothing appropriate for the weather and a helmet.
Cycle Training Assistant courses are usually available free of charge if you are committed to delivering Bikeability Scotland to school pupils.
Upcoming courses are posted on the Cycling Scotland website.
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 452350 / 450000