Sit Astride All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) – Dates
Sit Astride All Terrain Vehicle (ATV)
The time has come for you to get your ATV quad bike and trailer qualification, you could be:
- new to driving ATV quad bikes and trailers
- used them in the past
- have the opportunity for a new contract or tender
- need evidence of a certificate to show competence
- an awesome volunteer who wants to help out more on your favourite site
There are many reasons on why you need ATV safety training and we understand you may have lots of questions. Or you know exactly what you are looking for.
No matter where you are coming, from the place to start when driving ATV quad bikes and trailers is here.
Not only is this a great starting place for those who have not used or had the experience of driving ATV quad bikes and trailers. As folk tend to forget that we all have to start somewhere. It is perfect for those experienced users too. As in everything, there is always the potential to learn something new if you are open to the experience.
For those who have been working within the land based sector such as a:
- conservation worker
- volunteer for a local group
- utility worker e.g. rail, highways
Our ATV safety training course allow you plenty of time to learn to carry out pre-use checks and drive the ATV quad bike safely. If you are a complete newbie to driving ATV quad bikes and trailers, we would recommend a two-day course before taking the assessment. Please contact us for more details and a price.
You will be learning about:
- ATV quad bikes and trailer maintenance
- identifying all the controls on the ATV quad bike
- pre-use checks for ATV quad bikes and trailers
- the risks involved in driving ATV quad bikes and trailers and how to stay safe
- driving on various terrain
- body positioning and centre of gravity
- importance of biosecurity
- industry best practice
- what you need to do in an emergency
- how health and safety legislation will affect you
Also, a huge bonus for you is that you can hire our ATV quad bike at no extra cost – how amazing is that!
For more details check out the Sit Astride All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) course page.