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Stephen Lambert is a Road Safety Authority approved ADI instructor, dedicated to road accident reduction and improving riding standards through his instruction.

With our state of the art two way  communication system between instructor and student bike you can always be sure that you are being trained with 100% attention.

We cater for all standards from Beginners to Advanced and also those who have come back to riding after years absence. The school bike can be used for novice, pretest and tests alike.

 

Initial Basic Training (IBT) is a 16 hour mandatory training course (modules 1,2,3,4) that teaches basic riding skills to learner motorcyclists. The IBT course syllabus includes 4 modules, which have to be completed in turn. (modules 1,3,5) = 18 hours for bigger bikes.

You can only move on to the next module when your instructor is satisfied you have learnt the necessary theory and demonstrated the practical skills to a safe basic level.

Inbhear Mor Driving School provides top class facilities, including Classrooms, and off-road Training Grounds. Inbhear Mor Driving School will provide fully insured bikes and prtective gear.

 

Module 1

Module 1 focuses on theory and practical skills and will take place in the classroom and the off-road training area. It will take at least three hours to complete and has six objectives:

1. Personal protective equipment (PPE)
2. Introduction to motorcycle controls
3. Technical checks
4. Placing motorcycle on and off the stand
5. Walking alongside the motorcycle
6. How to start and stop the engine

Module 2

Module 2 focuses on practical skills and will take place solely in the off-road training area. It will be the first time in the training programme that you will ride your motorcycle. This module will take at least five hours to complete and has 10 objectives:

1. Moving off and stopping
2. Use of brakes
3. Use of gears
4. Slow riding
5. Figure of eight
6. U-turn 
7. Slalom 
8. Rear observation and mirrors
9. Turning left and right
10. Emergency adjustment of speed

Module 3

Module 3 focuses on theory and practical skills and will take place in the classroom and the off-road training area. It will take at least two hours to complete and has nine objectives:

1. Legal requirements
2. Rules of the road
3. Being seen
4. Road surfaces
5. Road and lane position
6. Rear observations and mirrors
7. Speed
8. Anticipation and reaction
9. Weather conditions

Module 4

Module 4 takes place on the road. You will be in contact with Stephen through a radio helmet link throughout. Stephen will provide the radio. Check with Stephen for more details. This module will take at least six hours to complete and has eight objectives:

1. Gradients
2. Junctions
3. Traffic lights
4. Roundabouts 
5. Safe distance
6. Anticipation and reaction
7. Pedestrian crossings 
8. Bends

Progression module (5)

The Progression module is a repeat of Modules 2 and 4 as well as some additional topics (see details below). If you are upgrading your vehicle, i.e. to a more powerful engine or from an automatic to a manual, you can complete this module to get the necessary training without having to go through the whole IBT programme again. You will need to give details of your previous IBT to Stephen before completing the Progression module. This module will take at least eighteen hours to complete.
This module covers:

1. Move Off & Stop
2. Use of brakes
3. Use of gears
4. Slow riding (Exercise)
5. Figure of eight (Exercise)
6. U-turn (Exercise)
7. Slalom (Exercise)
8. Rear observation and mirror work
9. Turning left and right
10. Obstacle avoidance
11. Emergency adjustment of speed - emergency stop
12. Overtaking
13. Carrying Pillion Passengers
14. Using a side car/ towing a trailer
15. Gradients
16. Junctions
17. Traffic lights
18. Roundabouts 
19. Safe distance
20. Anticipation and reaction
21. Pedestrian and rail crossings (rail where possible) 
22. Bends
23. Socially responsible riding/driving

Repeating a module

You must successfully complete each module before moving onto the next and completing the course. If you have difficulties with a particular module, you can repeat it until you reach the necessary standard.

 

When you have completed your IBT course, Stephen your Motorbike Instructor will record the details of your training in your logbook and issue you with a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion

 

 

 

IBT Course Syllabus

IBT Information Booklet

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