Joining the register of post-test motorcycle trainers
You can train motorbike riders who’ve got their full motorcycle licence but want to develop their skills further if you’ve joined the register of post-test motorcycle trainers (RPMT). This could include training riders who are returning to riding after a break, moving up to a bigger motorbike or taking the enhanced rider scheme.
To join the register, you must
- be 21 or older
- have had a full category A motorcycle licence for at least 3 years.
There are 2 ways to join the register:
- pass 3 qualifying tests: theory test, riding test and instructional ability test
- pass a theory test and complete a training course. Find your nearest accredited RPMT training course provider on GOV.UK.
Whichever route you take, you’ll need to apply to join the register first.
For more information about joining the RPMT, see the guide on GOV.UK.
Booking your theory test
You can book your instructor theory test at GOV.UK. The test costs £66.
You can also use GOV.UK if you need to check or change the test date or centre, or cancel your test.