Become a motorcycle instructor with us

Whether you already hold a CBT1 or DAS qualification, or are interested in training to become an instructor, then we want to hear from you.

Here at Whiteline Motorcycles we provide motorcycle training to students from CBT to all full licence categories.

We have two sites we train from.

  • Princes Risborough - Saturdays and Sunday only

  • Quainton - Monday to Friday only

We offer CBT and DAS training from both sites. 

We utilse bikes that are less than 3 years old, and maintained regularly to ensure the students get the best expereince.

We only train in low numbers, with a maximum of 2 students on any course (both CBT and DAS).

We are looking for self-employed instructors to cover both our Princes Risborough and Quainton sites. 

Make a huge difference to people’s lives and become a motorcycle instructor. Teach learners life saving skills and safe riding techniques for their long future riding motorbikes. Our training is thorough and extensive, as we guide you through the process to become a great instructor.

We offer a comprehensive training package for you to become a Motorcycle Instructor. We will ensure you understand the structure of lesson planning, have a sound knowledge of instruction methods and can deliver lessons in a clear, precise and simple way that will be easily understood by your students. 

If you are already an instructor or trainer in another field, why not try your hand at a new career? 

Being a motorcycle instructor is a demanding role and takes time to perfect and get right. You must also remember that we train all year round, and so must be used to the UK weather.

To become a DVSA assessed CBT motorcycle instructor you must have a driving licence from either:

  • Great Britain or Northern Ireland

  • the EU or EEA - but you must register it first

You must also:

  • be 21 or older

  • have had a full category A2 or A motorcycle licence for at least 3 years

To become a DAS certified instructor you must have a driving licence from either:

  • Great Britain or Northern Ireland

  • the EU or EEA - but you must register it first

You must also:

  • be 21 or over

  • have had a full category A2 or A motorcycle licence for at least 3 years

  • have passed the 2-day assessment to become a DVSA assessed compulsory basic training (CBT) instructor

Contact us to discuss how you can become an instructor at Whiteline Motorcycles.