There are both types of courses out there, but you should have no trouble finding a course that will provide you with a bike.
You should think about not getting the R1 right off the bat. Even after taking the courses it is not a good idea to go straight to the R1. You will develope into a better rider faster if you start out on something a little less extreme. Also when you drop your bike the first time, which you will do( usually in the first 6 months of bike ownership), you don't want it to be a new R1, or a new anything for that matter. Get a FZR600, or a CBR600. Those are both great bikes to learn on and even will provide you with years worth of riding pleasure. Neither of them are by any means "beginner" bikes. I have seen sguys at the track on a 89 FZR600 blow by R1s, and other "faster" bikes.
You are starting out with the right idea, now listen to what everyone on this forum will tell you and don't start with the R1.
Also there are many threads on this so do a search and read a little. Maybe you also can learn from R1Stunta's mistake.