The Basic Rider Course is approximately 15 hours of classroom and on-cycle instruction conducted over a two day session. Emphases is on basic techniques as well as defensive maneuvers. It is designed for the beginner who wants to learn to ride a motorcycle and for the experienced rider who wants to sharpen their riding skills. This course is physically and mentally challenging and students must be in good health to participate.
Register directly with Motorcycle Training Center: www.texasmtc.com
Dates: February 23 2019 - February 24, 2019
Days -Time: Saturday/Sunday 8:00am-5:00pm
Campus: Across main NTCC Campus - 2886 FM 1735, Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455
Seats Available: / seats purchased
Last Day to Register:
Instructor: MTC Staff
*Payment Plan: Payment plan that auto drafts from account through Herring Bank is available for eligible students at the time of registration. A 50% down payment is required to set up payment plan at the time of enrollment. Eligible programs are CNA, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy, and Firefighter only.
**Financial Aid: Students can apply for financial aid assistance. To qualify for financial aid, students must apply for financial aid through www.fafsa.ed.gov for the 2018-2019 school year. The financial aid office at Northeast Texas Community College determines student eligibility. Students interested in financial aid are encouraged to apply 4 weeks prior to starting classes. If students qualify for aid, then students can apply for a Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) and if eligible, can receive ½ of the tuition/fees paid by the TPEG grant. The remaining balance is the responsibility of the student. Eligible programs are CNA, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy, Firefighter, and Truck Driving only.
***Refund Policy: NTCC reserves the right to cancel classes for low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. Registered participants will be notified if course is cancelled and will be issued a full refund. Withdraw before 1st class – 100% refund. Withdraw before 2nd class – 80% refund. No refund after 2nd meeting. Contact the Continuing Education Office for withdrawing.