Stage 3: Full licence (CBTA 6F)
The assessment is conducted as one continuous ride, but you might need to pull over during the assessment on one or more occasions to allow the assessor to update the assessment score sheet.
During the assessment, you won’t receive any feedback, coaching or training from the assessor. However once the assessment ride is complete, they’ll give you feedback, and let you know if you’ve passed or failed the assessment.
During a CBTA assessment, you’ll need to ride around a predefined assessment route. Your riding skills will be assessed through the entire duration of the assessment ride (including mounting and dismounting).
At any given time during the assessment, your performance in one of the following seven riding tasks will be assessed:
- Moving in
- Riding straight
- Riding a curve
- Riding through an intersection
- Turning back
- Moving out
Where applicable, the following competencies will be assessed during each riding task:
- Head check
- Speed management
- Following distance
- Other illegal.
*While training is not a compulsory part of the approved CBTA course content, it’s highly recommended that you’re fully trained / prepared before attempting the CBTA course assessment. Our approved CBTA assessors will be able to offer you optional training at any stage of your progression through the graduated licensing system.