APPENDIX C

CANADIAN CYCLING ASSOCIATION EDUCATION COMMITTEE

CAN-BIKE PROGRAM

BICYCLING II INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION PROCESS

STEP 1

Interested cyclists submit an application to the Standards Committee(subcommittee to CCA Education Committee).

The applicant must:

1) have completed Level II course or achieved 80% on multiple-choiceexam (and road exam if possible)

2) be a member of the provincial affiliate of the CCA

3) be competent in roadside repairs, e.g. flat tires, brake adjustments,etc.

4) have experience in club/group riding

5) be experienced and competent at cycling under a wide variety of conditionsof road, terrain, weather and traffic

6) be interested in teaching others.

Application includes:

1) completed application form

2) 2 completed recommendation forms

3) application fee of $20

STEP 2

The Standards Committee reviews application and recommends that theapplicant be accepted as a Bicycling II Instructor Trainee (B2IT) or thathe/she obtain more cycling experience. An advisor is assigned to each successfulapplicant.

STEP 3

Accepted B2IT score must be at least 90% in the on-road proficiencyexam and at least 70% on the B2IT written exam, comprised of 20 short essayquestions. Exams are marked by the Standards Committee

STEP 4

Upon successful completion of both exams the B2IT must perform successfullpractice teaching to qualify for certification,

STEP 5

B2ITsubmits a practice teaching summary to his/her advisor, who thenpasses it on with comments to the Standards Committee.

STEP 6

The B2IT's practice-teaching summary is reviewed by the Standards Committeewho decide that either:

1) the B2IT be certified as an B2I, or

2) the B2IT gain more experience teaching B2 and reapply for certificationat a later date.


Appendix A - Traffic Skills for Couriers

Appendix B - Bicycle Courier Examination

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