I looked up some relevant website documents under the following URLs: cyclingengland.co.uk; bikeability.org.uk; ctc.org.uk, ctsb.org.uk
Cycling England is a government sponsored program that combines bicycle planning and cyclist training.
Bikeability is the cyclist training program.
The Cyclists' Touring Club is a participant in the CE program, basing itself on its long history of cyclist training.
The Cyclist Traning Standards Board is the organization that sets standards for content of courses and accreditation of instructors and courses.
The source books listed for information are by Cyclecraft by John Franklin, Guidelines and Cycle Training Instructor's Manual by Bamford and Carnegy (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents), and some book by Forrester.
Quite clearly this is government-sponsored training in vehicular cycling.
Rather astonishing, this, in its similarities to the Effective Cycling Program. But then, EC descended, at least in principle, from the earlier CTC program.