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NSW Pre-Learner Course
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NSW Pre-Provisional Course
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NSW Practical Riding Assessment (MOST)
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Private Lesson
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Cornering and Braking Course
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NSW Motorcycle Training Courses


NSW Pre-Learner Course   –  $ 94.00


To receive a NSW learner rider licence you must complete the NSW Pre-Learner Course.
The course is run over two consecutive days, 3 ½ hours each day, either mornings or afternoons.

The course introduces basic riding skills for a novice rider to be able to ride on the road, maintain control of their motorcycle/scooter and manage the risk of riding in a road environment.

No previous riding experience is required as the course caters for beginners.

The course is competency based training and assessment, which means that to successfully complete the training course, you must demonstrate all of the competencies required. Trainers will support you and if for any reason you are not able to achieve a competency a support process is in place to help you.

To qualify for this course you must be at least 16 years and 6 months of age and either have a current drivers licence or be registered with the NSW Roads and Maritime Services and have an RMS customer number. You must bring your drivers licence to the course or your RMS customer number.

The company will provide a motorcycle or scooter, helmet and gloves.

Payment is required at time of booking to confirm your spot.

The company will contact you to confirm whether you would like a motorcycle or scooter for the course

Upon booking the company will contact you to give you all the information you need, including what to wear and what to bring with you. However if you have any questions or would like to speak to someone about the course or practical riding test (MOST) please either email us at: info@revolutionridertraining.com.au or call us on 02 6936 0211.

Note:

  • It is important that you aim to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time of the course. If you are more than 10 minutes late, do not attend or arrive with inappropriate clothing you will be refused entry to the course and will need to re-book and repay the full fee. There are no exceptions, so please plan to be on time and make sure you have the right clothing. 
  • You MUST be wearing full length pants, enclosed footwear, and a long sleeve top (wrist length).
  • A helmet and gloves will be provided for your use on the course, but if you want to use your own they must be full fingered gloves and an approved helmet.

NSW Pre-Provisional Course – $ 198.00


To receive a NSW provisional rider licence you must successfully complete the NSW Pre-Provisional Course and practical riding assessment (MOST).

The course 7 hours in duration and includes a 2-hour ride on the road.

The course builds on the basic riding and in particular the risk management skills learnt on the Pre-Learner course.

The course is competency based training and assessment, which means that to successfully complete the training course, you must demonstrate all of the competencies require, including risk management techniques on the road ride. Trainers will support you through the process as much as possible.

Upon successful completion of the course you will then be admitted to the practical riding assessment (MOST).

The MOST focuses primarily on critical motorcycle/scooter control skills including maneuvering, braking and obstacle avoidance.

You will receive a certificate of competency for both the course and the test once you have successfully completed them.

To qualify for the Pre-Provisional Course you must have held a NSW learner licence for at least 3 months.

To qualify to attempt the practical riding assessment (MOST), you must have successfully completed the Pre-Provisional Course.

Students are expected to provide their own fully roadworthy and safe motorcycle/scooter. However, if needed, students can hire a motorcycle, which is an option when booking.

Payment is required at time of booking to confirm your spot. You will also need to nominate if you would like a manual motorcycle or scooter for the course.

Upon booking you will receive a confirmation email giving you all the information you need including what to wear and what to bring with you. However if you have any questions or would like to speak to someone about the course please either email us at: info@revolutionridertraining.com.au or call us on 02 6936 0211.

Note:

  1. It is important that you aim to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time of the course. If you are more than 10 minutes late, do not attend or arrive with inappropriate clothing you will be refused entry to the course and will need to re-book and repay the full fee. There are no exceptions, so please plan to be on time and make sure you have the right clothing.
  2. Your motorcycle/scooter must be 100% roadworthy and safe. If your motorcycle/scooter is found to be unroadworthy or unsafe for any reason you will not be permitted to use it for the course or test. You then have the option of hiring a motorcycle/scooter if one is available, or if not then you will not be admitted to the course or test and will be required to re-book and repay the fee. WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO READ THE ROADWORTHY CHECKLIST THAT WILL BE SENT TO YOU AND ENSURE YOUR MOTORCYCLE/SCOOTER MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS.
  3. We expect customers to bring their own helmet and gloves for the Pre-Provisional course but will provide them for anyone who hires a bike.

NSW Practical riding assessment (MOST) – $ 57.00


You should only book this assessment if you are certain that you only need to complete it to be issued a NSW Provisional licence, or if you are transferring a licence from interstate or overseas. If you are a NSW learner rider you need to book onto the Pre-Provisional Course, unless you have already completed it and just need to reattempt the test.

The MOST focuses primarily on critical motorcycle/scooter control skills including maneuvering, braking and obstacle avoidance. For information on what is included in the test please visit www.rms.nsw.gov.au/roads/licence/rider/tests/practical-riding-test/index.html.

You are expected to provide your own fully roadworthy and safe motorcycle/scooter. However, if needed, you can hire a motorcycle or scooter which is an option when booking.

Payment is required at time of booking to confirm your spot

Upon booking the company will contact you to give you all the information you need including what to wear and what to bring with you. However if you have any questions or would like to speak to someone about the test please either email us at: info@revolutionridertraining.com.au or call us on 02 6936 0211.

Note:

  1. Your motorcycle/scooter must be 100% roadworthy and safe. If your motorcycle/scooter is found to be unroadworthy or unsafe for any reason you will not be permitted to use it for the course or test. You then have the option of hiring a motorcycle/scooter if one is available, or if not then you will not be admitted to the course or test and will be required to re-book and repay the fee. WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO READ THE ROADWORTHY CHECKLIST THAT WILL BE SENT TO YOU AND ENSURE YOUR MOTORCYCLE/SCOOTER MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS.
  2. You must arrive wearing the required clothing otherwise you will not be permitted to attempt the test and will be required to rebook and repay the fee.
  3. You must be wearing full length pants, enclosed footwear, a long sleeve top (wrist length), an approved helmet and full fingered gloves for this course/MOST. It is expected you will provide your own helmet and gloves, but if you have hired a motorcycle we will provide them to you if needed.
  4. You must either provide your NSW Learner licence as identification and verification of eligibility to attempt the test, an interstate Learner Licence, or your overseas licence with two other forms of identification, when you arrive for the test.

Private Lesson – $ 110.00


If you would like some one on one training for any aspect of your riding, a private lesson is ideal. Your trainer will spend time learning about what you want to achieve and coach you to help you get there.

You can have a private lesson on our training range or on the road.

Helmet and gloves are provided for this course


Cornering and Braking Course – $ 150.00


Cornering and braking are two of the most essential skills on a motorcycle. All riders love getting corners just right and we also love being able to stop quickly and safely in emergencies.

On this course you will be shown how to prepare for and negotiate corners safely and effectively, including braking and gear selection, plus you will cover the two different braking systems for slowing for a corner and braking to a complete stop.

There will be some theory but as we all know, we learn better from practicing so you will have lots of riding time on our circuit.

Because this course is about improving your skills there is no pressure and you don’t have to achieve any outcomes. You just do the best you can and enjoy the day.

Morning/afternoon tea is provided.


Changing or cancelling your booking:

You can change or your cancel your booking at no cost, provided you give at least seven (7) clear days’ notice.

However, there are no refunds in the following situations:

  • Cancelling your booking within 7 days of your course
  • Failure to attend
  • Lateness in attending
  • Not wearing the required clothing (please check your booking confirmation for details)
  • Not being admitted due to your motorcycle being unroadworthy
  • Proof of identity issue, or failing to present your drivers licence or RMS Customer Number on an RMS letterhead
  • If you are removed from a course, lesson or test due to inappropriate behaviour

Please note that training and testing will occur regardless of weather conditions. The only time training or testing is cancelled is when on the day your trainer determines there is a safety issue, there is a major incident, there is a public order issue and we are ordered to do so by a police officer, or in state of emergency circumstances. It is very rare for such an incident but the company will rebook you free of charge in such an instance


Complaints

Our management and staff respect the right of members of the community to complain about the standard of services that we provide.    We take complaints seriously; they give us important information about how we can better our service.  We will seek to resolve complaints in an efficient, fair and quick manner.

If you wish to make a complaint about any of our services – please see the below process:

  1. In the first instance the student should discuss the problem with the training Facilitator and seek a solution at that stage.
  2. If there is a grievance with the training Facilitator that cannot be resolved at Stage 1, approach the administration office to initiate the complaints process.  Please provide all relevant details which will be recorded and passed on to an appropriate person for action.
  3. Management staff will make direct contact with in 48 hours.

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