ITC-C

License course
The subsequent course, ITC-C, will prepare you for full-fledged instruction of intermediate and advanced riders on red and black trails.
  • we focus on more technically challenging elements, emphasizing sport riding and teaching methodology on trails
  • we develop teaching methods and skill exercises acquired in the ITC - D course and add advanced skills in handling pressure and timing
  • we will learn the methodology of maneuvers such as bunny hops, wheelies, endos, and manuals
  • we also cover the fundamentals of jump technique on planks and work with video analysis as a modern form of feedback

Courses dates

DATE COURSE TYPE ATTENDANCE PRICE LOCATION
17-18.1.2024 Licensing courses
ITC-C
8/8 FULLY BOOKED

Conditions/Requirements for Course Applicants:

Holder of a Bike License ITC–D. Smooth riding on flow and rocky trails up to the black level. Mastery of maneuvers such as bunny hops, small jumps on benches. Intermediate level of riding on pump tracks and in skill centers. Basics of riding on the rear wheel, wheelies, and manuals. Controlled passage through banked and tilted turns.

 

The price includes instruction by our professional instructors and guides the issuance of an ITC-C license.

 

Course Schedule:

First day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Second day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Third day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

 

 

Lectures:

  • Legal Aspects of MTB (Mountain Biking)
  • Anatomical, physiological, and biomechanical fundamentals of MTB

 

The method of completion consists of 3 parts:

  1. Methodological Output and Technical Demonstration
  2. Sport Riding (includes skills: riding on a pump track, balancing on planks, rocky trails, cornering on a slope and banked turn, lifting the front and rear wheel, bunny hop, small bench jumps, wheelie, and manual)
  3. Theoretical Test

 

A successful graduate will receive the Instructor and Guide for MTB License (level ITC-C) issued by the Association of Professional Mountain Bike Instructors and Guides MTB z.s.

Upon successful completion of the course, the graduate is prepared to:

 

  • work with safety rules, risk management, and organizational skills for safe and enjoyable group rides
  • master the management of instruction and communication with clients at intermediate and advanced levels
  • lead instruction on trails, pump track courses, skill centers, and trails of intermediate and higher difficulty
  • identify the client’s needs and choose an individual approach aimed at their optimal development
  • demonstrate and explain technical elements of off-road riding to intermediate and advanced levels
  • analyze the ride with the client and help them identify strengths and weaknesses in their performance
  • design and lead appropriate improvement exercises
  • based on one’s own professional judgment, independently select suitable terrain and terrain for effective instruction

6 essential skills of teaching methodology