cycle instructor jobs

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by Richard Goodman, Jun 6, 2003.

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  1. May be of interest - not particularly lucrative (£12/hr when trained) but certainly worthwhile:
    Cycletraining (www.cycletraining.org.uk is currently recruiting freelance cycle training instructors
    in the Greater London area. The number is 020 7820 6281/4 for an application pack if interested.

    Rich
     
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  2. "Richard Goodman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > May be of interest - not particularly lucrative (£12/hr when trained) but certainly worthwhile:
    > Cycletraining (www.cycletraining.org.uk is currently recruiting freelance cycle training
    > instructors in the Greater London
    area.
    > The number is 020 7820 6281/4 for an application pack if interested.
    >

    Oops, make that 020 7820 6291/4...

    Rich
     
  3. "Richard Goodman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> >
    >
    > Oops, make that 020 7820 6291/4...
    >

    Duh... and make the url www.cycletraining.co.uk ...

    Jeez, how many mistakes can I make in a 4-line posting? I thought I slept ok last night...

    Rich
     
  4. Tenex

    Tenex Guest

    Richard Goodman wrote:
    > May be of interest - not particularly lucrative (£12/hr when trained) but certainly worthwhile:
    > Cycletraining (www.cycletraining.org.uk is currently recruiting freelance cycle training
    > instructors in the Greater London area. The number is 020 7820 6281/4 for an application pack if
    > interested.
    >
    > Rich

    The only cycle instructor I've seen (London and can't remember the name) charges £25 per hour. Not
    so unlucrative.
     
  5. "Tenex" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > > The only cycle instructor I've seen (London and can't remember the name)
    > charges £25 per hour. Not so unlucrative.
    >
    >

    Yes, that's what cycletraining charges customers, but the rate the instructors are paid, according
    to their site (although it's not mentioned in the ad) is £12/hr when trained. They do say they're a
    not-for-profit organisation....

    Rich
     
  6. John B

    John B Guest

    Richard Goodman wrote:

    > "Tenex" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > > > The only cycle instructor I've seen (London and can't remember the name)
    > > charges £25 per hour. Not so unlucrative.
    > >
    > >
    >
    > Yes, that's what cycletraining charges customers, but the rate the instructors are paid, according
    > to their site (although it's not mentioned in the ad) is £12/hr when trained. They do say they're
    > a not-for-profit organisation....

    My local authority pays £4.20/hr

    Perhaps a word with the boss is needed.

    John B
     
  7. Dave

    Dave Guest

    "John B" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Richard Goodman wrote:
    >
    > > "Tenex" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > > The only cycle instructor I've seen (London and can't remember the
    name)
    > > > charges £25 per hour. Not so unlucrative.
    > > >
    > > >
    > >
    > > Yes, that's what cycletraining charges customers, but the rate the instructors are paid,
    > > according to their site (although it's not
    mentioned
    > > in the ad) is £12/hr when trained. They do say they're a
    not-for-profit
    > > organisation....
    >
    > My local authority pays £4.20/hr
    >
    > Perhaps a word with the boss is needed.
    >
    > John B
    >
    We don't get paid in Wolves, it's voluntary. There is however a £5/hour expenses payment made, which
    actually makes it more lucrative than my 'proper job' of pool lifeguard at £5.54/hour. I have to say
    that the feedback from the kids makes it more than worth it, who needs the dollar, eh? Dave.
     
  8. Dave wrote:

    > We don't get paid in Wolves

    The images conjured up by someone who *does* get paid in Wolves, though, are positively
    delicious. Imagine:

    Bloke: 'ere, mate, got change of a wolf? Barman: There you go, chief. Two foxes.

    Etc.

    Dave Larrington - http://www.legslarry.beerdrinkers.co.uk/
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  9. John B" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > My local authority pays £4.20/hr
    >
    > Perhaps a word with the boss is needed.
    >

    Well, maybe I made another mistake then in saying it wasn't particularly lucrative ;-). Just not
    enough to lure what remains of my evenings and weekends after my full-time day-job away from me.
    Still, it's a worthwhile cause. I can see it could be very good for someone who wants flexible
    part-time casual sort of work - could be good for students, maybe. Got to be better paid than bar
    work eg, at least, and more rewarding in other ways too. Although the rate is surely only per hour
    tutored and doesn't count time taken travelling to/between customers.

    Rich
     
  10. Dave

    Dave Guest

    "Dave Larrington" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dave wrote:
    >
    > > We don't get paid in Wolves
    >
    > The images conjured up by someone who *does* get paid in Wolves, though,
    are
    > positively delicious. Imagine:
    >
    > Bloke: 'ere, mate, got change of a wolf? Barman: There you go, chief. Two foxes.
    >
    > Etc.
    >
    > Dave Larrington - http://www.legslarry.beerdrinkers.co.uk/
    >
    Lol, thanks for that Dave. That'll teach me not to be so bldy lzy whn tpng ;-) As I said thou', who
    needs the dollar...(when there's wolves and foxes around ?) chrs, dv
     
  11. Msa

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    Richard Goodman <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > John B" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]... ....
    > >
    > > My local authority pays £4.20/hr
    > >
    > > Perhaps a word with the boss is needed.
    > >
    >
    > Well, maybe I made another mistake then in saying it wasn't particularly lucrative ;-). Just not
    > enough to lure what remains of my evenings and weekends after my full-time day-job away from me.
    > Still, it's a
    worthwhile
    > cause. I can see it could be very good for someone who wants flexible part-time casual sort of
    > work - could be good for students, maybe. Got to be better paid than bar work eg, at least, and
    > more rewarding in other
    ways
    > too. Although the rate is surely only per hour tutored and doesn't count time taken travelling
    > to/between customers.
    >
    > Rich
    >
    >

    Just went to look at the link and it's dead...any ideas?

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  12. Jim Price

    Jim Price Guest

    MSA wrote:

    > Just went to look at the link and it's dead...any ideas?

    Try: http://www.tao.org.uk/

    Jim Price
     
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