MOTORCYCLE BASIC RIDER COURSE
Learn safe motorcycle riding under the direction of Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) certified instructors. This beginning course is designed for riders with little or no experience. Based on extensive data, research, and field tests, this course combines online, classroom, and on-bike experience to give an overall understanding of motorcycling and prepares the student with basic riding skills. To be eligible to take this course, students must be able to ride a bicycle and lift and keep a motorcycle upright. In this course, motorcycles are provided to students. For more information, please visit www.ncmotorcyclesafety.org. For questions about this course, please call (910) 678-8404, Option 2.
The North Carolina Motorcycle Safety Education Program requires 100% attendance. You must be present and in your classroom seat at 5:30pm when the first class begins. Failure to be on time will result in your slot being denied.
If you need to register at the class as a stand-by, you must bring exact change. If not, you will be asked to leave and obtain exact change and risk being late for class.
Students will need a helmet, gloves, eye protection, long-sleeved clothing, long pants, and sturdy over-the-ankle, leather footwear.PRE-REQUISITES:
Successful completion of the e-course portion of the class is required. On the first night of the course (Friday), the course instructors will provide each student with an e-course code that will exempt each student from having to pay the $20 e-course registration fee.
If a student does not present the e-course certificate of completion to the instructor by the end of the course, the instructor will give the student's course certificate and course graduation cards to the department chair to be held until the student can successfully produce documentation showing completion of the e-course.INSTRUCTOR: TBA
Refund & Enrollment Policy
The refund policy for Fayetteville Technical Community College's Continuing Education Division was established by the North Carolina Department of Community Colleges, Raleigh on October 15, 1993. The full refund policy is listed in the NC Administrative Code 23NCAC.2D.0203 (d) Brief Statement of Policy:
- A pre-registered extension student who officially withdraws from an extension class(es) prior to the first meeting of the class (should be 24 hours prior) will be eligible for a 100 percent refund by completing an official request form.
- The refund will be 75 percent if requested prior to the 10 percent date of the class(es) meeting.
- No refunds will be given after 10 percent of class meetings.
Computer & Course Materials Requirements
Students will need gloves, eye protection, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, and sturdy over-the-ankle, leather footwear.