Become a VREP Instructor

The VT Rider Education Program (VREP) is looking for individuals interested in becoming certified to conduct the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic RiderCourse. VREP will be conducting a RiderCoach Preparation (RCP) course in 2018. The training will be held over three three-day weekends beginning on the weekend of August 3rd through the fifth and continuing on the weekends of August 10th through 12th and August 17th through 19th. The training is provided at no-charge to individuals interested in working for VREP after becoming certified to teach the Basic RiderCourse.

Enrollment Requirements: RiderCoach Candidates must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or its equivalent, hold a valid driver’s license with motorcycle endorsement which has not been suspended or revoked at any time during the preceding two years, driving record must be clear of convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs during the preceding five years and have at least four years of motorcycle riding experience during the preceding five years.

Completion Requirements: Successfully complete a home study assignment, skill and knowledge tests and student teaching assignments.

Candidates successfully completing the RCP will be certified as a Motorcycle Safety Foundation RiderCoach and are eligible to work for the Vermont Rider Education Program. If you need any additional information call the Program Coordinator, Paul Graves, at 802-828-2068 or email him at paul.graves@vermont.gov.

If you are interested and available to participate in the training, or would like to be notified of future training events, please complete the instructor application form.

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