Last updated:
6 November 2017

One-to-one cycle training request form

Complete the online booking form for one-to-one cycle training.

You can find training charges on One-to-one cycle training. If you need help to apply, please phone 033 022 26709.

Once we have received your form, we will pass your details to one of our nationally accredited instructors. The instructor will contact you directly to arrange your training.

We will send you details of your booking and how to pay before the session.

To protect clients and instructors, trainees under 18 years of age and vulnerable adults requiring 1:1 training will need to attend with a parent or another suitable adult.

We want to make sure you have had an enjoyable experience so we will ask you for feedback after your course.

This form will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

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Enter your first name.
Enter your last name.
Enter the address name or number. This could a flat, house or building name or number.
Enter the first line of the address. This could be the street name.
Enter the second line of the address if you need to. This could be the village name.
Enter the town or city of the postal address.
Enter the county.
Enter the postcode, with or without spaces.
Enter an email address where we can write to you.
Enter a daytime phone number that we can ring you on. This can be a mobile or landline number.
Select your answer using the buttons.


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To send your form to us press the 'Submit' button once.

After a few moments you will see our 'Thank you' page.

 

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