Opportunities with Apex
Next instructor course for certification by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) in Northern Virginia will be in 2017. There will be an additional requirement to spend time with the Virginia Rider Training Program (VRTP) Quality Assurance Department (QAD) upon successful completion of the certification course. This needs to be scheduled individually/separately by new MSF certified RiderCoaches prior to employment at VRTP approved training sites.
Cost is $ 399.00 [Discount available to previous Apex customers/contractors (includes training materials).]
(Tuition is dependent on enrolling 12 RiderCoach Candidates. Smaller classes may incur additional charges.)
Are you an experienced RiderCoach/Instructor? Apex Cycle Education would like to hear from you. Apex provides training in both the Basic and Experienced RiderCourses (BRC2), MSF Street Rider Course, Total Control Level I, and Evergreen Safety Council 3-wheel training.
Multiple locations: GMU-Science and Technology Campus (Manassas, VA) GMU-Fairfax Campus (Fairfax, VA), Stafford Regional Airport (Fredericksburg/Stafford), and Potomac Mills Shopping Center (Woodbridge).
Flexible Schedules, Great Pay! If you are a MSF certified RiderCoach, Total Control Level I, or Evergreen Safety Council certified Instructor email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 571-201-7661 for more information. Feel free to recommend others and to repost this information.
Interested in becoming an MSF certified RiderCoach? We are looking for interested candidates; more information below.
Range Aides for
Perfect for HS students or adults looking for part-time weekend work.
Range Aides will assist RiderCoaches in setting up and changing exercise layouts to include: loading/unloading motorcycles, positioning cones for exercises and other general tasks assigned by the RiderCoach. Shifts are from 6:30am - 1pm and 12:00pm -6:30pm, Saturdays and Sundays. Multiple locations: GMU-Prince William County Campus (Manassas, VA) GMU-Fairfax Campus (Fairfax, VA), Stafford Regional Airport (Fredericksburg/Stafford), and Potomac Mills Shopping Center (Woodbridge).
Great opportunity to learn about motorcycle riding and safety! Great Company, Great Pay, Great Job! For more information, contact us at email@example.com or call 571-201-7661.
We are looking for experienced motorcyclists who want to become MSF certified RiderCoaches. If you are an experienced rider and want the opportunity to give back to the community this is an excellent opportunity.
RiderCoach training is challenging, but you'll never realize greater rewards than watching a new rider blossom from a raw, frightened novice. Stay with it for even a short while and you'll witness first hand the fruits of your labor, a trained, competent rider who rushes up to you with a story about how you saved his or her life. Your guidance and instruction stays with riders long after they complete training and those heartfelt success stories will bring you even closer to the sport you love. The added bonus to your effort is that you are paid to teach! You'll find the extra cash comes in handy for that gear you've wanted or that trip you've been planning.
If you enjoy the challenge of riding and are ready to step up to the next level of your own competency and commitment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (571) 201-7661. We need you to train the next generation of riders.
How to become a RiderCoach:
2. Complete the Virginia Rider Training Program RiderCoach Application.
4. Download and review the Code of Virginia Instructor Qualifications.Code of Virginia § 46.2-1190.3
5. Send information to: