Drive two-wheeled vehicles

Description

Drive two-wheeled vehicles such as bicycles and motorcycles for the performance of different tasks relating to the transportation of goods and passengers.

Alternative labels

drive two-wheel vehicles
ride motorcycles
ride bicycles
control movement two-wheel vehicles
operate two-wheel vehicles
drive vehicles with two wheels
operate vehicles with two wheels
control movement of two-wheeled vehicles
operate two-wheeled vehicles

Skill type

skill/competence

Skill reusability level

sector-specific

Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Drive two-wheeled vehicles is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Motorcycle instructor: Motorcycle driver instructors teach people the theory and practice of how to operate a motorcycle safely and according to regulations. They assist students in developing the skills needed to ride and prepare them for the theory test and the practical riding test.
Bicycle courier: Bicycle couriers collect and deliver packages and mail by bicycle.
Motorcycle delivery person: Motorcycle delivery persons perform the transportation of all kinds of packets containing objects, loose pieces, prepared meals, medications and documents that require special treatment in terms of urgency, value or fragility. They transport and deliver their packets by motorcycle.

Optional skill

Drive two-wheeled vehicles is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Delivery driver: Delivery drivers transport goods and packages to specified locations by motocycle, car or van. They load and unload goods according to schedule, ensure proper handling of packages, follow directions and plan the best route to each destination.
Occupational driving instructor: Occupational driving instructors teach occupational drivers how to operate their vehicles according to driving regulations. They teach their students theory and techniques on how to optimally drive and maintain their specific vehicle, observe and evaluate the students’ practice. They also focus on non-driving related subjects such as customer service (in case of person transportation drivers) and safety measure regulations.
Postman/postwoman: Postmen/Postwomen deliver mails and parcel posts to residences and businesses. They perform mail delivery and collect signatures from the recipients. They perform other duties in connection with mail services from post offices or related organisations.
Driving instructor: Driving instructors teach people the theory and practice on how to operate a vehicle safely and according to regulations. They assist students in developing the skills needed to drive and prepare them for the driving theory and the driving examination. They may also supervise driving examinations.

 


 

References

  1. Drive two-wheeled vehicles – ESCO

 

Last updated on September 20, 2022