Inspire the next generation of bike riders

Passionate about bike riding and want to help kids experience its joy? 

The AusBike Skills Instructor course gives you the skills to teach beginner-level riders (aged 5 to 12) the essential skills for a lifetime of bike riding fun. 

The course is ideal for club members, community members, parents and teachers who want to make a difference. 

AusBike instructor assisting student with bike control

Want to get started? Here’s everything you need to know. 

Who can become an AusBike Instructor? 

This course is open to anyone who meets the following pre-requisites: 

  • Aged 16 years or older. 
  • Holds a current, valid Working with Children Check. 
  • Holds a current valid First Aid Certificate (HLTAID011 or higher). 

Before starting the course, you’ll also need: 

  • A current, valid AusCycling Membership. As a teacher working within a school, you can qualify for a Non-Riding Membership. 
  • A free PlayBuilder account to access lesson plans, games, and rubric assessments. 

What does the course involve? 

The AusBike Instructor course is a flexible program that consists of two stages: 

  • Theory-based Online Modules: Learn about managing group and individual behaviours, risk management, CORE4Skills™ development, and basic bike and helmet setup – all at your own pace. 
  • A Video Assessment: Demonstrate your ability to teach the CORE4Skills™ through a video submission reviewed by AusCycling. 

Benefits of becoming an AusBike Instructor: 

  • Equip children with the confidence and skills to ride safely. 
  • Foster a love for cycling within the next generation. 
  • Contribute to a healthier and more active community. 

Interested in a our AusBike Skills Instructor course?

Register for the course through the AusCycling Learning Centre.

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