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Motorbike Courses

2-Wheel Motorbike Operation Course

Learn how to operate a 2-wheel motobike with this fees-free 2-day motorbike operation course.

Course Overview:

Across New Zealand, Motorbikes and Light utility Vehicles are an essential piece of equipment for so many businesses and operating it safely and efficiently is vital.

Ag Drive’s indoor motorbike training centre located in Cambridge Waikato was developed to offer practical based operator training in all weather conditions all year round. Our indoor course is as practical as possible to normal everyday use, with sloping ground, different operating textures including rock, sand, and slippery clay. Our qualified instructors are on hand to coach you through the safe and correct operation of a Motorbike / LUV with this motorbike operation course.

Course Outcomes:

  • Health and safety legislation
  • Describe the safe operation of a 2-wheel motorbike
  • Describe motorbike riding contingency procedures
  • Hazards and control measures
  • Reporting and/or recording accidents or near misses
  • Safety requirements
  • Controls and displays
  • Motorbike dynamics
  • Riding techniques
  • Pre-ride checks
  • Ride motorbike on flat terrain
  • Operate a motorbike on flat terrain
  • Operate motorbike with mounted load
  • Operate motorbike on rolling terrain

Course Details

Industry Training Micro-Credential: Operate a Motorbike in the Primary Industry.

Fees: FREE

Level: 2&3

Mode: Theory 

Credits: 12

Duration: 2 Days (8am-5pm) + 1 Day assessment within 3 months of the course date

Unit standards covered:

24555 - Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a motorbike

19053 - Operate a motorbike on flat terrain in the workplace under close supervision

19055 - Operate a motorbike with mounted equipment or a load under limited supervision

19054 - Operate a motorbike on rolling terrain under limited supervision

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"It’s a really good foundation course, even though we have previous tractor driving experience, we still learnt a lot.”

Max and Liam