MTB LEVEL 2 BRIDGE
Were you recently certified in 2021 or 2022?
Why wait until you need to recertify; take the Bridge Certification Course and LEVELUP with the six newly added Level 2 skills.
Why: We have updated the BICP Level 2 curriculum by adding six more skills.
Cost: $325 USD.
Date: Feb 17-18, 2024
A BICP Level 2 membership will be added to your purchase. Your membership and certification dates will be restarted.
Length: Approximately 20 hours of online pre-course work plus a 2-day in-person course. That certifies an individual as an Intermediate Skills Instructor.
Day 1 – Review and practice newly added skills.
Day 2 – Test your ability to teach and meet the BICP Minimum Ride Standards for the newly added skills.
In order to pass the BICP Level 2 course, participants must complete the online course prework, demonstrate an understanding of the material, and perform suitable teaching simulations.
Please note the BRDIGE course is not the same as a RECERTIFICATION course. The BRIDGE course will only cover the six newly added skills.
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT CLOSES March 20, 2024
If minimum enrollment is not met for the class, it will be canceled. Your registration could make a difference.
The online prework must be completed two weeks prior; an online Zoom call is scheduled two weeks prior to review the online prework and answer any questions you might have.
Scott Givens firstname.lastname@example.org
McDowell Mountain Regional Park – 16300 McDowell Mountain Park Dr, Fort McDowell, AZ 85264
We respectfully acknowledge that this course will take place on the traditional territories of O’odham Jeweḍ, (Upper Pima), and the Hohokam whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.
The BICP uses the Minimum Ride Standard when testing for Certification.
The BICP Certification courses are skills teaching courses, not skills learning courses.
Therefore, the participants attending the in-person certification course should be well-versed in the skills mentioned below and must be able to perform them at or above the BICP Ride Standard. The successful demonstration of these skills during the course is a prerequisite for certification. It is, therefore, mandatory for the participants to be proficient in these skills before attending the course. It is mandatory to demonstrate these skills successfully to achieve certification during the course.
Being able to perform the skill = Proficient at the skill.
Being able to teach the skill = Mastering the skill.
Please contact the BICP for information on a skills prep course if you need help meeting these ride standards.
Please review the BICP Level 2 Ride Standards skills demonstration videos.
Please review the BICP Level 2 Ride Standards prior to registering for the course.