Free Key Worker CBT
Yesterday Ross Green completed his CBT renewal to ensure he remained mobile for work thanks to your donations we were able to inform him that the course had already been paid for. This is what Ross said "I would like to thank Dean and the team for the training and a brilliant day and I would like to thank everyone who donated money so I could do the training I will be sending donations for fuel and so other key workers get the opportunity and also willing to help you guys out delivering when I get a day off during the week I will be in touch and I will be doing my full bike licence with you ???? "
Your good deeds have triggered Ross to also participate and so spreading the kindness. I know we keep saying this but Thankyou!
We also had the pleasure of informing Chloe when she booked her course that due to your donations there would be no cost for her training. Chloe works at Watford Community Hospital so will be benefitting from one of those who donated an NHS CBT. We will update with her when the course takes place.
Please keep spreading the word and sharing our page. The more people who know, the more people who donate then the more people we can help keep mobile.
We follow to the letter the Government guidelines during the course and only ever train 1:1 which is anticipate being the way forward for many months. Clients must use their own helmet and gloves (and we highly encourage full motorcycle clothing when riding at all times) and we have full toilet and hand washing facilities soley for our use so everyone is encouraged to keep washing! Maintaining the 2m distance at all times we ensure clients are safe, have fun but most of all remain legally able to use their bikes on the road during this dreadful time. If you ride a bike on a cbt it is your legal duty to ensure that you keep that CBT valid.
Stay safe people and keep sharing! Thankyou to each and every one of you.
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