- Commercial Driver License Training and Examination (Class A and Class B)
- Autonomous Vehicle Driver & Operations Specialist
- Motorcycle Rider Safety
- Traffic Survival School
For information on Autonomous Vehicle Driver and Operations Specialist and/or Commercial Driver License training classes, please call the Center for Transportation Center at 520-206-2744 or email email@example.com.
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Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, January 2021, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg noted that among emerging technologies, policy has not kept up with innovation, including on workforce development. Pima Community College, with it’s partner TuSimple, has designed the first autonomous vehicle program.
Motorcycle Rider Education Courses
Since 1977, PCC has provided Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) rider training and instruction to thousands of riders of all skill levels. Lessons are taught by nationally certified trainers with riding exercises taught on a dedicated range that’s free from traffic and other hazards. You will learn ways to reduce risk of injury, avoid crashes, and improve critical riding skills.
- Introductory Motorcycle Experience (MC 100): A two-hour experience if you are unsure if motorcycling is for you. This is a non-licensing course.
- Basic RiderCourse™ (MC 103): A twenty-hour class for the beginner rider. This class includes classroom and range time. This course is designed for someone who has not ridden before but can also be taken by someone who has ridden in the past and is returning to motorcycling. The class is conducted on the program’s motorcycles and covers such items as basic controls, risk in motorcycling and developing a strategy to reduce risk, street strategies and applying these on the motorcycle during class. Permit is NOT necessary for the Basic RiderCourse (MC 103).
- Basic RiderCourse 2™ (MC 201A): A six-hour class conducted on the motorcycle range. Students provide their own motorcycle and must have a permit at minimum. Valid registration and insurance are required for student motorcycle. Class is similar to the Basic RiderCourse™ except the speeds are higher. In addition, for experienced riders, it is a great environment to become familiar with your new-to-you motorcycle!
- Advanced RiderCourse™ (MC 201B): A nine-hour class conducted both in the classroom and on the motorcycle range. Students are required to have their motorcycle endorsement and provide their own motorcycle for class. Valid registration and insurance are required for student motorcycle. This class complements a rider’s basic skills and helps with personal risk assessment. The range includes exercises on cornering posture and braking techniques more advanced than the Basic RiderCourse™.
- Students must be at least 15 years and 6 months of age for any RiderCourse™. Parental permission is required for anyone under 18 years old.
- Proof of licensing and motorcycle registration and insurance required for Basic RiderCourse 2™ (permit necessary – MC 201A) and Advanced RiderCourse (endorsement necessary – MC 201B). Permit is NOT necessary for the Basic RiderCourse (MC 103).
- A completion card is issued when you successfully complete the Basic RiderCourse™ or Basic RiderCourse 2™. This serves as a license waiver with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department. A completion card is also issued with the Advanced RiderCourse to use for insurance purposes.
- Students who attend and successfully complete all sessions will receive an MSF completion card, which can be used for insurance discounts.
- Helmets, gloves and motorcycles are provided during class.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-206-2744.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is internationally recognized as the developer of the most comprehensive, research-based, Rider Education and Training System offered…and we have a course with motorcycles and helmets provided while you learn to ride. This hands-on course concludes with the State exam so you leave with your motorcycle endorsement if you pass the written and riding course. Our instructors love to ride and they want to show you how to stay safe as you learn to love to ride also.
Pima Community College conducts classes if you were court ordered to attend traffic survival school. Certified through the Arizona Chapter of the National Safety Foundation and the State of Arizona, our Transportation Division uses an interactive approach to traffic school that won’t have you asleep in the back row! Call 520-206-2744 for more information.