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Motorcycle Courses offered at 11 different locations in NB and PEI. Saint John, Fredericton, Moncton, Woodstock, Grand Falls, Campbellton, Bathurst, Caraquet, Miramichi, Charlottetown, Stratford. The only nationally recognized program in the provinces. Motorcycle license testing available in New Brunswick.
Safety Services New Brunswick (formerly the NB Safety Council) is the province's leading not-for-profit safety service provider, offering comprehensive training and consulting in occupational, road and community safety.
Celebrating 50 years, Safety Services New Brunswick is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that is committed to health and safety education, training, consultation and advocacy where we work, live, and play. Please join us for our 50th anniversary celebration on June 7th, 2017 at the Fredericton Convention Centre.
"Gearing Up" is a nationally recognized Motorcycle Training Course designed for new riders, offered throughout New Brunswick and PEI with nationally certified instructors. The course is available at 11 different locations in both official languages with bikes provided.
Register Now! Courses start up in April. Gift certificates available!
Do you have a desire to teach others how to ride safely?
Do you have at least 4 years riding experience, and own/operate you own bike?
Are you 19 years of age or older?
Find out how you can become a motorcycle instructor!
Our certified health and safety professionals provide in-class instruction and hands-on training to ensure your employees are safe at work. Find out more about our Occupational Safety Courses and our Traffic Safety Courses. We offer many different programs as well as consulting, auditing and customizing to fit your organization's needs.
Check out our public course schedule. Dates are now available for many training sessions.
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