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Call for motorcycle safety instructors Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 February 2009

Being a motorcycle safety instructor is a very rewarding experience. If you've ever thought about it, contact Brad. Even if you don't meet the minimum requirements, there is still opportunity for you to be an instructor candidate!

From an email dated January 29th, 2008:

SGI is interested in increasing the pool of certified motorcycle instructors in the province. According to our data, there are approximately 20 individuals in the province who are certified to teach motorcycle training to novice riders. The motorcycle community has indicated that the motorcycle-training course is an invaluable tool for the new rider to learn critical motorcycle riding skills in a safe, controlled environment. In an effort to improve traffic safety in the province, SGI would like to increase accessibility to motorcycle training to ensure that all novice riders have access to training.

We are therefore requesting that any individuals who meet the requirements to become instructors, and are interested in becoming certified, to forward their information to the contact listed below. In order to become certified, you must have held a full Saskatchewan motorcycle endorsement (M) consecutively for the last five  (5) years. If you meet this requirement, you would then be required to take a motorcycle instructor training course provided by an SGI certified trainer. Further information will be provided upon review of your information.

For more information, please provide the following information (Name, Address, Phone Number, Email) to:

Brad Leighton
SGI Traffic Safety Program Evaluation
(306) 775-6831  

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