CBT Licence at kent

Kent CBT Training

Looking to ride a moped or motorcycle safely around Kent? Join our CBT training courses throughout the county, designed to provide you with all the essentials to kickstart your journey into motorcycling. No matter your experience level, our friendly and qualified instructors will guide you through every step of the process, from mastering essential manoeuvres to navigating real-world traffic situations with confidence. 

Booking a CBT

View the listings above or click your alternative nearest Kent location below to book your CBT training:

How Much Does CBT Training Cost in Kent?

CBT training in Kent starts from £170, but will depend on the location you choose due to varying training ground rental and equipment costs for the trainers. You can be certain you’re getting a good deal with us, as we offer a best price guarantee -  if you find the same course cheaper somewhere else, we'll match it.

What does CBT training involve?

Taking a CBT test in Kent typically takes between 6-8 hours, in one day. Despite often being referred to as a test, there is in fact no ‘test’ involved, just training and monitoring. At the end of the day if you have trained safely you will be issued with your CBT certificate by your qualified instructor.

The day itself will consist of 5 parts, 4 of these will be off-road. The final part of the day will be road riding where your instructor will monitor you riding safely.

The five parts of CBT training consist of the following parts, in sequence:

Once your trainer is satisfied that you’ve understood the theory and shown the needed practical skills for each section, you continue onto the next section. Then, having completed all five, you’ll receive your CBT certificate to safely and legally ride around Kent. If the instructor feels you were not at a satisfactory level for any of the 5 training sections, you’ll need to book further training on another day.

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