The enhanced rider scheme is for motorcyclists who want to develop their riding skills. This includes people who have recently passed their motorcycle test, have had a break from riding or who are moving up to a bigger motorcycle. To offer this training you must become a DVSA enhanced rider scheme trainer.
How to become a DVSA enhanced rider scheme trainer
- have held a full category A or A2 licence for at least 3 years
- apply to become a DVSA enhanced rider scheme trainer and pay the registration fee. The fee is £90 for 1 year or £240 for 4 years
- get an accepted advanced riding qualification if you do not already have one
- pass a theory test
- complete a DVSA accredited training course within 2 years (unless you're a direct access scheme certified trainer).
Booking your theory test
You can book your enhanced rider scheme trainer theory test at GOV.UK. The test costs £66.