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Leeward Community College's Workforce Development Office (OCEWD) is located on the Diamond Head end of the Leeward Community College campus, with ample free parking. We are on the city bus line, which makes it convenient to commute from anywhere on Oahu.

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ocewd@hawaii.edu
(808) 455-0477
96-045 Ala Ike, Room CE 101, Pearl City, HI 96782

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Course Number (TRAN8200)

students on motorcycles
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic RiderCourse2 - Skills Practice, formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse (ERC), is designed to provide current motorcyclists lifelong opportunities for rider education and training. Participants must be licensed riders who have successfully completed the MSF Basic RiderCourse or who possess basic riding skills. The course consists of both classroom instruction and riding exercises in a controlled environment. The riding exercises emphasize safety, skill development and build upon the riding skills introduced in the BRC. This course provides participants an opportunity to use their own motorcycle.

William Labby 
Workforce Development Coordinator
wlabby@hawaii.edu

For registration assistance, please call our office at 455-0477.

Successful completion of MSF Basic Ridercourse (TRAN8101).

Participants must have a current Motorcycle license/endorsement and have taken the Basic RiderCourse or posses basic riding skills.

  1. YOUR OWN MOTORCYCLE, please have a FULL TANK OF GAS.
  2. DOT certified helmet 3/4 or full face
  3. Eye protection
  4. Hard soled, ankle high boots
  5. Sturdy Denim Long pants, long sleeve shirt or a jacket
  6. Full fingered sturdy gloves.

Upon successful completion of this course participants will be able to:

1. Blend various techniques for seeing and being seen in the traffic mix.
2. Judge proper lane positioning for space cushioning, lane protection, and following distance.
3. Select an appropriate space cushion to other vehicles in a moving traffic environment to maintain proper motorcycle control and avert collisions.
4. Develop advanced turning and braking techniques including maximum braking, and controlling skids.
5. Demonstrate techniques and procedures for carrying passengers and loads, and handling a motorcycle under adverse weather conditions and motorcycle malfunctions.

Course Schedule

Online registration is for debit/credit card purchase only. For other payments, use Standard Registration.


Click on a course section below to see dates and to add to your cart. Course details and schedules are subject to change without prior notice.

TRAN8200-0216

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