The TTC Group are the UK’s leading learning and development company working with public and private sector clients to improve personal and professional knowledge, accountability and responsibility.
As part of this wider scope TTC has unrivalled expertise working in partnership with the courts, Police and Local Authorities to deliver court and Police-referred driver re-education courses. These police referred courses are offered under the auspices of the Government’s National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) as an alternative to drivers attending court, following a driving offence.
These NDORS courses are not offered in all circumstances; the driving offence will need to fit within the parameters set by the Government to qualify, this is why you will not automatically qualify for a Speed Awareness Course.
The National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) courses are designed and delivered in a way to be informative, interesting and engaging, and focus on changing behaviours. The aim of these Police-referred driving courses is to make the driver take responsibility for their actions and their possible impact, helping the driver to make better, more informed decisions when driving in the future.
You can only attend one of these training courses if you have been referred by the Police following a related driving offence, however, TTC as a leading training provider delivers a complete range of workplace road safety courses for businesses, organisations, Local Authorities, schools and colleges aimed at improving road safety for everyone. To learn more about Workplace Road Safety please visit our website.
The courses offered by TTC under the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) include National Speed Awareness, What’s Driving Us, Safe and Considerate Driving, 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).
TTC Group has been awarded a five-year contract to continue to make roads in Cumbria safer. TTC Group, which delivered courses to more than 16,000 drivers and motorcyclists in the county last year, will continue to work with local police forces to ensure that individuals have access to the suite