National Standard(Bikeability) Instructor Course-Terms and Conditions

Devon County Council National Standard(Bikeability) Instructor Course
Terms and Conditions – Please Read Carefully

Courses need to have a minimum of participants, for reasons of resource and efficiency, to go ahead. In the event of insufficient numbers, the course will be postponed and participants will be offered alternative dates or a refund. Devon County Council accepts no responsibility for any losses that are incurred due to the postponement of the course.

Devon County Council is not responsible for any personal injury, loss or damage to property, which is not caused by an instructor’s negligence.

A minimum of two weeks’ notice is required, prior to the start date of the course, if participants wish to cancel their place, otherwise the full charge will be incurred (i.e. the full cost of a place on the course) therefore participants may wish to consider taking out suitable insurance.

Approximately 50% of the training will take place on busy and well trafficked public roads and therefore participants need to be very confident and competent cyclists.

Participants are required to wear a cycle helmet during the cycling activities in the course

There is a minimum required criteria for the course as described in the booking process.

This is a training course and is not an offer of work.

Devon County Council can share participants contact information with third parties involved in the process of gaining the National Standard Instructor qualification.

As a Department for Transport approved Instructor Trainer Organisation, Devon County Council is required to offer a public verification service. Therefore, people may contact Devon County Council to verify that the person is a National Standard Instructor.
October 2015