Common cycling breaches include failing to stop at red lights, cycling on pavements and not having proper lights.
More serious offences include cycling while drunk and cycling dangerously - which can both land you in court.
Sounds like a good idea but I hope they are doing the same for motorists - educating them when they have a close call or crash with a cyclist. I am worried with how much blame and responsibility is landing on the cyclists even when the motorist is at fault. And there seems to be more empathy for the motorist when they are in the wrong. Maybe that is because the judge relates to the motorist and NOT the cyclist?