The Nebraska Safety Council (NESC, nesafetycouncil.org) is offering motorcycle training for beginner riders. The three-day course entitles the rider to receive the M endorsement. Participants receive classroom learning and skills practice on an outdoor motorcycle range. Register now for an upcoming course! Courses will commence July 14-16, 21-23 or 28-30; August 11-13 or 18-20; September 8-10 or 22-24 and October 6-8 or 13-15.
“With the new motorcycle helmet law that will go into effect January 1, 2024, all riders over the age of 21 who want to ride without a helmet must complete an approved basic motorcycle safety course and wear eye protection. We will continue to expand our class offerings through the end of this year to help individuals get the education they need,” stated Tracy Burmeister, trafﬁc services manager for NESC.
Course prerequisites include a three-hour e-course included with registration and a printed certiﬁcate of completion must be presented at the ﬁrst meeting of the class. It is highly recommended that the e-course be completed no more than one week prior to class.
The Mission of the Nebraska Safety Council is to provide education and leadership to empower Nebraskans to live safe and healthy. They offer comprehensive programs, training courses, events and services that are designed to improve employee care at a desk, on the production ﬂoor, behind the wheel and on the job. To learn more or to sign up for membership today, visit nesafetycouncil.org, call (402) 483-2511 or email email@example.com.