Make sure you are well prepared before attending the motorcycle RiderSafe advanced training course.
Booking into a RiderSafe advanced training course
For information about booking into a course go to Applying for a motorcycle licence.
What to bring to the course
You may use your own motorbike in the advanced course as long as it is registered, roadworthy and on the list of motorcycles approved for use by learners. If you do not wish to use your own, a motorcycle or scooter and helmet will be provided.
You must bring the following items otherwise you cannot participate and will need to make another booking:
- current photo identification
- a current learner’s permit
- course payment receipt.
What will the course involve?
It is recommended that you have your learner’s permit for a minimum of six months before you undertake the advanced training course.
The RiderSafe advanced training course consists of one half-day training session, including a practical assessment.
During the session, you will learn advanced bike control skills with emphasis placed on road riding skills and traction theory.
If you fail the courses, you are allowed two additional attempts at no extra charge.
After successfully completing the advanced course, you can apply for a R-date motorbike licence. Go to Applying for a motorcycle licence for more information.
The Rider's Handbook