AustCycle Providers are licensed and insured to deliver AustCycle training in their local area. Providers are often small businesses but we also have individuals, bicycle user groups, bike shops, local councils, community groups and cycling clubs currently on board as AustCycle Providers.
Accredited AustCycle Teachers and Skills Coaches work under these Providers and deliver training to the community, operating as representatives for the business. Only accredited AustCycle Teachers and Skills Coaches can deliver AustCycle programs, ensuring that the training delivered is of the highest quality.
In many cases our Providers are also accredited AustCycle Teachers, although this isn't a requirement. For example, a number of our Providers are small businesses that consist of one or two people, both accredited AustCycle Teachers, who divide the teaching and training responsibilities amongst themselves. We also have Providers who are local councils or bicycle user groups who have their business registered as an AustCycle Provider and contract out their AustCycle training to one of many trained AustCycle Teachers within their organisation.
AustCycle Providers are in the unique position of being able to provide cycle training of a national standard to members of any community in Australia under the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme. AustCycle supports its Providers through training, the provision of a range of professional resource material, insurance, referrals and marketing support.
If you are interested in becoming a Provider, click here to find out more information.