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ODPS Motorcycle Ohio

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Become an Instructor

 

Active Instructors Only

Have you ever felt that you would like the opportunity to help people enjoy a sport that you have found to be rewarding? Maybe you are looking for a little additional income doing something you enjoy with people that share your interests in motorcycling.

No matter your reason for wanting to become an instructor, the Motorcycle Ohio program is looking for individuals with the dedication, experience and people skills to help teach the Motorcycle Ohio Rider Education courses.

 

What it Takes

 

The Instructor Preparation Course (IPC)

The IPC is a 55-hour course. Each IPC generally takes six days to complete: Saturdays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and/or Sundays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Student teaching will be scheduled, with all student teaching completed within two months of the start date of the IPC.

The instructional portion of the IPC will consist of approximately 40 hours of time split between classroom and range. The purpose of this portion of the IPC is to teach the Instructor candidates how to teach the BRS to novice students. Besides the BRS curriculum, other topics will include background and organizational information, classroom teaching techniques, range coaching techniques and range management.

 

Instructor Preparation Course Registration Fee

 

The following items are required to participate in the IPC

 

Pre-course Requirements

Motorcycle Ohio recommends you take the BRS course before your instructor preparation class. This will help you to have a working knowledge of the course structure and can perform all of the riding exercises.

Complete a home study assignment prior to the start date of the IPC. This assignment will take the average candidate approximately four hours to complete. The purpose of this home study assignment is to thoroughly familiarize the candidate with all written materials.

 

Requirements to Pass the IPC