Rider Course Instructor Certification Program (RCICP).
will be held in the current Region E.
The details for the class are:
Classroom Instructor Development Module (CIDM) - April 7, 2018 - Wintergreen Resort, Lake Delton, WI. Rider Course Instructor Training (RCIT) - May 16-19, 2018, Des Moines Area Community College, Ankeny, IA.
All days are required.
The Master Instructor Trainer (MIT) conducting the class is Bob Lake.
Questions regarding this course can be directed to Greg Hayes, Region E Educator. Greg can be reached at (515)229-1597 or hayeswing@gmail.com
Members wishing to become GWRRA Rider Course Instructors must submit Rider Education Form N.13A to their District Educator as soon as possible.
All Rider Course Candidates must:

  1. Submit the N.13A with validating Signatures.
  2. Have no more than 4 points on their operator's license.
  3. Have no DUI convictions within the past five years.
  4. Be current in Level III or above in the REP Levels program.
  5. Be a GWRRA Member in good standing
  6. Demonstrate safe riding habits by always wearing proper riding gear as defined in the REP Levels program.



Rider Course Instructor Certification Program (RCICP)

Washington District will host an RCICP for the GWRRA Advanced Rider Course (ARC). The RCICP is scheduled for Wednesday, May 16th through Sunday May 20th, 2018. The RCICP will be held in Kennewick Washington. All days are required. The Master Instructor Trainer (MIT) conducting the class is Eric Carlson MIT-017 The CIDM is Scheduled to start at 8 AM Wednesday May, 16 2018. Instructors are Mike Briggs, MI-071 and Tom Denny Mi-081. Location : Kennewick Fire Training Center 1811 Ely St Kennewick WA 99336. RCICP starts at 8 AM Thursday May 17th at the same location. Host Hotel is the CLOVER ISLAND INN 435 Clover Island Drive, Kennewick, WA 99336 - (866) 586-0542 or (509) 586-0541. Room rates contracted at Single Queen $74.00 nightly, Double Queen beds $84.00 per night. Includes breakfast.
Current members interested in becoming Rider Course Instructors should review the documentation on the GWRRA site for becoming an Instructor must submit an N.13A to their District Educator as soon as possible.
All Rider Course Candidates must:

  1. Submit a completed GWRRA Rider Course Instructor Application with current validating credentials.
  2. Have no more than 4 points on his/her motorcycle license.
  3. Have no DUI convictions within the past five years.
  4. Be current in Level III or above in the REP Levels program.
  5. Be a GWRRA Member in good standing.
  6. Demonstrate safe riding habits by always wearing proper riding gear as defined in the REP Levels program.

Questions and correspondence regarding this course should be directed to Mike Briggs
C-360-791-0859,
H-360-459-1530, or mlbriggs60@comcast.net