How to become an IAM Motorcycle Examiner?

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motorcyclist
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How to become an IAM Motorcycle Examiner?

Postby motorcyclist » Sun Feb 19, 2017 3:19 pm

Already a full member of IAM (car & motorcycle & commercial vehicles). To my understanding, If I am not a serving or retired Police Rider/Instructor, I need to take the IMI National Observer Assessment before I can apply to Roadsmart Headquarter (IMI Examiners qualification). Do I need attending further training / test before I can be appointed as Examiner? Further, are there any motorcycle examiners' course I can take (Roadsmart/ RoSPA / DIA .....)?

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Re: How to become an IAM Motorcycle Examiner?

Postby Horse » Sun Feb 19, 2017 5:24 pm

Add to your list ' . . . or somehow managed to wangle your way into achieving a Class 1 / 'advanced' ticket'.
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Re: How to become an IAM Motorcycle Examiner?

Postby exportmanuk » Sun Feb 19, 2017 7:19 pm

I think you have to have a masters with distinction and a LO assessors approval details are on the Roadsmart website
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Re: How to become an IAM Motorcycle Examiner?

Postby GTR1400MAN » Sun Feb 19, 2017 7:39 pm

As far as I'm aware you need to have passed the National Observer test and not be an Observer or Committee Member with any Group you'd test Associates from.

Here's a leaflet. You may need to login to see it.

Edit: Re-reading this it does say AND a pass at Masters level
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Re: How to become an IAM Motorcycle Examiner?

Postby Trebor » Mon Feb 20, 2017 11:39 am

When I last spoke to our regional examiner (or Area Service Delivery Manager as they are now called) I was told you needed to be a National Observer and have passed the IAM Masters Test. At the time there was speculation that you had to have a Masters Distinction, but I was told that this was not the case, as this excerpt from the IAM site would appear to confirm:

So if you are interested in the opportunity to become an Examiner with us, are a qualified police advanced driver or rider, or you hold a current IAM Masters qualification and an IMI National Observer Qualification then please do get in touch with your Area Service Delivery Manager


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