Road safety: cyclists

Challenge reference: 1380

Notional learning hours  10
Level Level 1
Subject area
Preparing for Adulthood pathway
Learning aim

Learners will develop an understanding of the potential hazards faced by cyclists and the safety precautions which could be taken to minimise accidents from happening.

Learning context

Please log in to see the rest of this challenge

Learning outcomes

What the learner needs to know, understand or be able to do

The learner will:

  1. Understand the hazards faced by cyclists as road users.

  2. Understand the types of precautions that a cyclist can take to minimise the impact of potential hazards. 

Assessment criteria

What the learner need to demonstrate in order to meet the learning outcome

The learner can:

    • Identify three hazards that a cyclist should be aware of whilst cycling through each of the following
      • residential area
      • town centre
      • the countryside
    • Explain the possible impact of low visibility on the safety of a cyclist
    • List three ways in which a cyclist could adapt their behaviour when cycling through each of the following:
      • residential area
      • town centre
      • the countryside
    • List four safety items that could be worn by a cyclist to minimise the risk of an accident in low visibility conditions