Become a direct access scheme (DAS) motorcycle instructor
You can apply to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to become a direct access scheme (DAS) certified instructor.
All provisional licence holders training on a motorbike over 125cc and 11kW power output must be trained by a qualified DAS instructor.
Rules for becoming a DAS instructor
To become a DAS certified instructor you must have a driving licence from either:
- Great Britain or Northern Ireland
- the EU or EEA - but you must register it first
You must also:
- be 21 or over
- have had a full category A2 or A motorcycle licence for at least 3 years
- have passed the 2-day assessment to become a DVSA assessed compulsory basic training (CBT) instructor
You’ll have to take a half-day assessment at DVSA’s training and development centre in Cardington, Bedfordshire.
When you qualify
When you pass you’ll be able to give DAS training.