There is a civilian-oriented course, Ride Like a Pro
, developed by a motor officer in Florida. He has licensed the course and you can find it being taught around the country.
There is a good chunk of info, plenty of videos, that you can review to see if it's close enough to what you're looking for.
I took the course a second time, last year. I have found it a really good way to spend a half-day, working the cobwebs out early in the season, while just having fun with fellow riders.
In the two courses I've taken, totaling about 20 riders, 4 people had low-speed drops. Two Harleys, one Concours, one sportbike. So it's not specific to a particular 'type' of bike or rider. In each case, the worse damage was a broken clutch lever, scuffed tip-over bars.
I won't hesitate to take my own machine again. In part, because 'that' is the machine I ride on, so its the one I want experience on. I just might take the FJR's bags off though:). First time I did it, I used my ST1100 with bags on. Really depends on how comfortable you are with your own machine to begin with.
Edited by JT Pedersen, 02 April 2012 - 02:18 PM.