Use this section to identify educational resources, training courses and guidance to support your workplace in promoting active and sustainable travel.
Based upon our successful PCAT course for HGV and LGV drivers, this course is specifically designed to support people that drive for business to be safer on the roads. The training promotes increased hazard perception, and increased awareness of vulnerable road users and aims to convey a greater understanding of their needs.
Essential Cycling Skills is a suite of resources for adults who want to develop confidence on a bicycle and the necessary skills to negotiate on-road journeys. The Essential Cycling Skills course, app, videos and guides cover bike handling, cycling with confidence on the road and roadside repairs.
Our Walk at Work and Workplace walk leader training courses equip you and your colleagues with the knowledge, skills and confidence to get your workplace walking more.
This on-line module explores the causes of health inequalities and asks participants to reflect on how they can contribute to reducing health inequalities through their own practice.
We provide people with valuable skills to enable them to put walking at the heart of their workplace and community.
Empowering individuals within workplaces, the Active Travel Champion project provides support, training, resources and funding to enable peer to peer promotion of walking and cycling for commuting and business travel.
Travelknowhow Scotland offers users access to an online introduction to the website - via a live webinar. These webinars are an interactive way to explain the tools and resources that can be accessed via the website. It is also an opportunity to offer further travel planning advice and signposting if necessary.
The Cycle Ride Leader course equips people with the skills to lead groups of less experienced riders on short routes, building confidence and highlighting safer routes.
The Cycling Scotland Project Development Toolkit has been specifically designed to support organisations to take forward cycling projects. Guidance is provided on the main topics from conception of a project through to completion, and is intended to be used alongside support from Cycling Scotland and other organisations.
I Bike volunteers help school children across Scotland discover the joy of walking, cycling and scooting. They support our I Bike staff in delivering cycle skills sessions, teaching beginners to cycle, going on group rides in the local area, safety check and fix children's' bikes, and much more!