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Police & Court Referred Courses
TTC is one of the UK’s leading providers of police and court referred driving courses. These courses are offered under the auspices of the Government’s National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS).
In certain circumstances if you have been convicted of a driving offence – including speeding and driving without due care and reasonable consideration – you may be referred by the Police to take a driving course under the Government’s National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS).
All of these courses are designed and delivered to be informative, interesting and engaging and focus on changing behaviours making the driver take responsibility for their actions and their possible impact, helping the driver to make better, more informed decisions when driving.
You can only attend one of these training courses if you have been referred by the police, however, as a leading provider of first class driver related training TTC also offers courses to businesses, organisations, local authorities, schools and colleges aimed at improving road safety for everyone.
As experts in driver training, TTC delivers Police & Court referred training courses on behalf of the police across the UK. If you have received a letter to attend a police referred training course click here to book your course.
The courses offered by TTC under the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) include National Speed Awareness, Speed Awareness Course 20MPH, What’s Driving Us, Driving For Change, RIDE (Rider Intervention Developing Experience) and Seat Belt Awareness. TTC also delivers a court-referred Drink Drive Course, under the Government’s Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS).
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