Interested in Becoming a Motorcycle Safety Instructor?

Motorcycle training courses are taught by Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) approved Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Certified Instructors/RiderCoaches at training centers throughout Maryland.  These approved training centers hire certified instructors to work at their locations. ​

Find a Training Center
If you’re an experienced motorcyclist interested in becoming an instructor, contact a training center to see if the center is looking to hire any new instructors. 

To view a list of training centers, click here to use the myMVA Education Provider Search tool. You can search Motorcycle Training Centers by name, license number, county, and city. 

Minimum Qualifications for an Instructor Applicant
Training centers will sponsor qualified motorcyclists for participation in a RiderCoach Preparation (RCP) Course. See the qualifications below.
  1. ​Be at least 21 years old;
  2. Be a high school graduate or equivalent;
  3. Held a valid motorcycle license (Class M) for at least one calendar year;
  4. Held a valid driver’s license for at least three previous consecutive years;
  5. Have a satisfactory driving record for the previous 3 consecutive years – no more than 3 points, with no suspensions or revocations;
  6. Be in good health and be reasonably physically fit; and
  7. Have not been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude. Applicants will be required to get a Federal Criminal Background Check.

Contact Information

MVA Motorcycle Safety Program
6601 Ritchie Hwy, N.E. Room 102
Glen Burnie, MD 21062-1000

Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone: (443) 572-8236