2013 RiderCoach Professional Development Workshops

The Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) Motorcycle/ATV Safety Unit (MSU) is conducting one-day Professional Development Workshops (PDWs) open to all Texas-approved RiderCoaches. These PDWs will count towards MSF’s curriculum-related professional development for recertification. Each one day workshop will include select classroom activities and range exercises from the new BRC.  Personal motorcycles must meet TCLOCS; loaner training bikes are available.

Workshops run from 8am – 5pm.

Please contact the Motorcycle/ATV Safety Unit with any questions.

Register today for an upcoming workshop. Space is limited.

If you’re having problems registering, please contact us.

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  1. John Hamilton says:

    You’re not offering any during the weekend?

  2. Mark Pratt says:

    With this being primarily a weekend sort of profession, I am also surprised at the lack of weekend PDW’s.

  3. Tim Franklin says:

    Why no workshops on the weekend? For most RC’s this is not our primary job.

  4. Tim Franklin says:

    Really?? Who put this registration page together? one must click on each box to fill it in…. Surely someone can do better.

  5. Thank you very much for offering weekday PDWs.
    Our weekends are tied up doing classes.

  6. Ken Bowen says:

    Quit your bitchin’…you sound like students!! 🙂

  7. Mo Merritte says:

    No Weekends???? Will there be any at Tarrant County College in August or September like last year?

  8. Jules Frapart says:

    How much is the registration?

  9. Jules Frapart says:

    I looked up the price on the recommended La Quinta in Victoria and it was $107/nite not $69. Is there a code we should use?

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