Although you may get paid, you won't become rich in this field. A sincere desire to help reduce motorcycle accidents, injuries, and deaths is the prime motivator of RiderCoaches
Before you apply be aware that being a RiderCoach takes commitment!
The course is approximately 64 hours. You must attend all sessions of the RiderCoach Preparation Course. You must also coach a minimum number of courses each year to remain certified. Successfully completing a RiderCoach Preparation Course does not guarantee a position with Motorcycle Training Academy.
Upon successful completion of the RiderCoach Prep, first aid certification is required prior to teaching your first class.
Currently, the Colorado MOST program pays for this course. There is no charge to you. APPLY EVERY YEAR if you are still interested. Limited opportunities are available, HOWEVER new opportunities occur each season.
At MTA, we communicate primarily through email. Although not required to become a RiderCoach, it is extremely advantageous for you to obtain an email address and the ability to access information online.
If you have any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.