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League Cycling Instructor (LCI) Seminar

Interested on learning about bicycle safety and skills? Well this class is for you!
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League Cycling Instructor (LCI) Seminar

Time & Location

Nov 07, 9:00 AM EST – Nov 09, 5:00 PM EST
mActivity, 285 Nicoll St, New Haven, CT 06511, USA

About the Event

The LCI Seminar focuses on teaching and demonstration techniques used with future students both on the road and in the classroom. The seminar emphasis is on how to teach bicycle safety and skills so as to provide increased comfort and confidence for new and returning bicyclists and youth. Generally, 1/3 of the time is on-bike, so students should be prepared to ride.  Click here to register

Requirements for all classes.

Each participant must:

  1. Bring a properly fitting bicycle helmet if you have one. Free new helmets will be given to all who need one.
  2. Bring a bicycle in good working condition.
  3. Must be able to ride for at least one mile.
  4. Sign the HNCAT waiver.
  5. Bring their own water, snacks, sunblock, etc.
  6. Wear their face mask over their nose and mouth in indoor settings and when proper social distancing cannot be practiced.
  7. Students for this class must pass the Smart Cycling Complete class (Traffic Skills 101) with a score of  85% or better.

* Participants under 14-18 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian for the duration of each class. A parent or adult guardian must enroll and attend the classes and rides with their minor children.

Details:

The LCI Seminar focuses on teaching and demonstration techniques used with future students both on the road and in the classroom. The seminar emphasis is on how to teach bicycle safety and skills so as to provide increased comfort and confidence for new and returning bicyclists and youth. The seminar does not emphasize the content or specific details of the cycling course curricula. It is primarily about teaching, and each candidate will have opportunities during the seminar to practice facilitating parts of the Smart Cycling curriculum, both in the classroom and in the parking lot. The seminar is normally one evening and two full days. Generally, 1/3 of the time is on-bike, so students should be prepared to ride.  Click here to register

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