Ryan and Tom Dixon are Lantra providers and instructors for land based and environmental training.

Lantra All-Terrain Vehicles Sit-astride

 

Awarding body

LANTRA Awards

 

Course Aims:

To provide thorough theory and practical training in operating the All-Terrian Vehicles Sit-astride, to enable you to pass the theory and practical assessments.

 

Duration of course:

Novice: 2-5 Days

Intermediate: 2 Days

Experienced: 1 Day refresher

 

Candidate numbers:

4

Bespoke numbers (talk to us for more details)

 

Who should attend?

Anyone who operates any ATV Sit-astride as a professional or for recreational purposes.

 

On completion of course:

5 year LANTRA card and certificate

 

Minimum age:

16

 

Venue:

We have a site situated in the Ribble Valley ideally suited for carrying out this course.

Equipment is provided.

The manufacturer’s operator’s manual (MOM) is readily accessible for the ATV.

Welfare facilities available

Indoor space for completing theory aspects of the course is available.

Risk assessments are completed.

 

PPE:

Please provide

Safety helmet

Eye protection

Work boots

Appropriate waterproof/outdoor clothing

 

Assessment:

Theory assessment and Practical assessment

 

Price:

Available upon request

(Book your place tab here)

 

 

Cancelation charges:

Over 4 weeks cancelation notice – full refund

2 – 4 weeks cancelation notice – 50% refund

Less than 14 days cancelation notice – No refund

 

 

 

What you will learn during the course

Compliance with legal requirements, with an emphasis on Safe Practice.

How to Identify the risks associated with using an ATV.

Selection of appropriate PPE.

How to Identify the controls and components.

An understanding of  the function of all instruments.

How to carry out daily checks as indicated in the operator’s manual.

How to carry out appropriate pre-start checks.

Identification and reporting of any faults.

How to start up and ride over a variety of terrain and ground conditions.

Carry out an emergency stop without locking the wheels.

Carry out a failed hill climb.

Operating the ATV safely on appropriate slopes.

Identification of loading/towing capacities.

How to secure a suitable load and drive over appropriate terrain.

Safely hitch a trailer or trailed implement and manoeuvre through a defined course.

Perform after-use maintenance.

Understand legal and practical requirements for traveling on the public road.

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