CP 9993 Off-Road ATV Training

 

The UK's only professional Association dedicated to Off-Road Driver training at Authorised Venues throughout the UK

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BORDA's standard for training ATV operators



The objective is to equip drivers/riders with the very latest skills and knowledge to operate an ATV in off-highway conditions for work and private use.

• Basic, Standard, Higher & Loads & Implements Is the Association's minimum recommended standard for operating an ATV under daylight conditions and may require further training for specific conditions, machines, and equipment.
• Requires continuous close supervision from a BORDA Accredited Trainer
• Recommended Training Ratios
• 2:1 ratio with 1 or 2 machines
• 4:1 ratio with a minimum of 2 machines

Training Levels

BORDA recognises 4 levels of ATV Training
 

Basic Level

• For operating ATV's on mild gradients with reasonable traction. CP 9993 Units 1 - 4
• Course duration around half day

 

Standard Level

• For operating ATV's on moderate gradients with reasonable traction. CP 9993 Units 1 - 5
• Basic Level must be completed prior to attempting the Standard Level. Course duration around one day

 

Higher level

• For operating ATV's on steep gradients where traction may be lost. CP9993 Units 1 - 6
• Basic & Standard Levels must be completed before attempting Higher Level.
• Requires good competence at Standard Level and involves advanced techniques in higher-risk situations.
• Course duration around two days.

 

Loads & Implements

• For operating ATV's with loads and towed equipment CP9993 Units 7 & 8
• Can be added to any level.
• BORDA's recommended maximum gradients to operate an unloaded ATV assuming reasonable grip and run

out areas: Straight ascent/descent 30 degrees. Side slope 20 degrees: SUBJECT to manufacturers limits of operation
• Always refer to manufacturers handbook for specific operational limits which will overrule advice given in CP9993

Certificates:


Certificate of Training
This is issued to candidates subject to demonstrating competence to complete all units of the
prescribed level whilst under tuition.
 

Certificate of Proficiency
This is issued to candidates subject to demonstrating competence to complete all units of the
prescribed level un-prompted and will involve continuous and final assessment.
Training Schedules-


A copy of the completed Training Schedule will also be provided confirming the
disciplines/units covered together with notes relating to trainee performance.