ARDS Instructor Course
MSVT NEWS September 2014
Thinking of becoming an ARDS instructor? MSV Trackdays now provides the ARDS Instructor Course which is essential for anyone looking to take their first step into becoming a race instructor.
This one day course will assess your circuit driving, but more importantly your ability to instruct others to become more effective drivers on track. The course also includes classroom and practical in-car sessions on instruction techniques and information specific to Junior race drivers.
A solid race history is required (please see requirements) along with a good knowledge of Motorsport and the MSA/ARDS licensing system as a whole. A high level of customer service and any other relevant coaching/instructing experience is also an advantage.
- Instructor conduct
- Instruction techniques
- Strapping in/Pit Lane Safety
- Current ARDS licencing process
- In car assessment of instructional ability
- In car demo from an 'A' grade instructor
- Classroom de-brief/question session
All candidates will need to hold/have one of the following:
MSA National "B" Car Race Licence with at least 16 upgrade signatures
MSA National "A" Car Race Licence with at least 10 upgrade signatures
MSA International Car Race Licence
Please note you need to bring evidence in the form of race signatures or race results.
Please contact us if you need further clarification with regards to candidate requirements. On successfully passing the course you will be able to apply for an ARDS Grade "C" (probationary) Instructors Licence. Please note that there is a separate licence fee which is payable to ARDS on application.
For details on what the licence entitles you to do please visit the ARDS Website
Please note that there is no guarantee of employment with Motorsport Vision on passing the course.
The course is £400
For more information on booking an ARDS Instructors course and available dates please contact Stuart Garland on 0843 453 3000 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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