Motorcycle Safety Education Program
Current Programs offered by CCCC and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation at the Emergency Services Training Center include: Basic Rider safety Course, Three Wheel Basic Rider Safety Course, Experienced Rider Safety Course, and Advanced Rider Safety Course.
All NC Motorcycle Safety Education courses are self-supporting. Tuition and fees will not be refunded if you fail to attend or fail to complete the course. No fee exemptions.
Basic Motorcycle Rider Safety Course
This course is designed for students who want to learn to ride a motorcycle and for re-entry riders who have not ridden in a long time. BRC students will ride motorcycles provided by the college. BRC graduates receive an exemption from the NC DMV riding exam when applying for a motorcycle license.
The following courses are scheduled on an as-needed basis:
3-Wheel Motorcycle Rider Safety Course
The 3-wheel motorcycle training and education course is a basic learn-to-ride course. It provides the same fundamental skills as the MSF BRC, but on three wheels. The course consists of both classroom and hands-on instruction. Upon completion and passing both the written and riding skill evaluations, students will receive the DMV Waiver Card.
Experienced Rider Safety Course (ERC/BRC2)
The ERC is a one day course to help hone those riding skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed to survive in today's traffic conditions. This course covers street riding strategies and reinforces important information about traction, cornering and counter-steering. Graduates of the ERC will receive the DMV skills waver card.
Advanced Rider Safety Course (ARC)
Further develop personal riding strategies to minimize risk. Emphasis is on Search-Evaluate-Execute. This one day course is for experienced riders and focuses on the behavioral aspects of riding such as attitude, personal risk, assessment braking, cornering techniques, and traction management.
View the ESTC schedule for class dates and times and to register online.
For registration and other inquiries, contact the Student Support Center at (919) 718-7500.