Direct Access Scheme Training

If you are aged 24 or over, Direct Access Scheme training (DAS) allows you to get your full (category A) motorcycle licence without previously needing to hold a licence for a smaller bike for 2 years.

This means that once you have your full motorcycle licence via the Direct Access Scheme training you will have no restriction on the size of bike you can ride.

We aim to produce safe and confident motorcyclists, not just do enough to get you through your test.

Our Direst Access Scheme training course usually lasts 3-4 days, depending on your level of experience.

Direct Access Scheme training is made up of 2 different modules:

  • DAS Module 1:
    • Assessment  of your riding skills on our training pad
    • Tuition in key manoeuvres for safe road riding
    • Module 1 skills are then tested at the Lincoln test centre.
    • Module 1 training usually takes 1 day to complete and then a half day for your test
  • DAS Module 2:
    • Tuition in riding skills to improve road craft
    • Road riding so requirements of the test are experienced and you gain the confidence and skills to not just pass the test but to be a safe and knowledgeable rider
    • Module 2 skills are then tested
    • Module 2 training usually takes 1 day to complete and a further half day for your test

You will be in constant radio contact with your instructor where you will receive guided and prompted instruction until eventually riding independently.

Direct Access Scheme Training timings:

A day’s training lasts from 9.00 to 16.00 (7 hours).

Training can be delivered in half day sessions either from 09.00 – 12.30 or 13.00 – 16.30.

Saturday and Sunday training an additional £50 per day.

Click here for a full list of motorcycle training prices.

If you have any questions about our Direct Access Scheme training courses or to book a place onto our course call us on 01507 581 154, email us via or use the contact form below.

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