THE Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents hopes to improve road safety
THE Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) training course is designed to promote road safety and to recognise and improve motorcyclist’s abilities. RoADAR Merseyside is based in Ormskirk (Social side, meetings etc.) and at Pilkingtons buildings, st Helens (training base).
The ROSPA award is graded as bronze, silver and gold; gold being regarded as the highest civilian advanced motorcycle award available within the UK.
All students attend a structured training course at Pilkingtons Buildings were they underwent a six week course covering all topics required to pass their ROSPA advanced test; incorporating both theory and practice.
Students underwent weekly class room briefings and one to one assessments under the careful supervision of RoADAR’S tutor team.
RoADAR Merseyside also offers motorcyclists the Enhanced Rider Scheme which is a certified Driving Standards Agency (DSA) approved assessment for riders who may have just passed their test, moved to a more powerful bike, returned to motorcycling or simply offers a general healthcheck and riding tips.
Rospa Advanced Drivers and Riders (RoADAR) Merseyside is committed to training motorcyclists to the highest standards and in doing so hopes to improve road safety and encourage responsible motorcycling and reduce risks of accidents.