About the Courses

Coronavirus

IMPORTANT UPDATE – 

Police-referred Driver Training Courses are now being moved from physical venue attendance to online participation in light of the current situation surrounding COVID 19 – Coronavirus.

Sussex Driver Training are delighted to announce that in conjunction with UKROEd, we are able to offer iNSAC (Digital Classroom National Speed Awareness Course, iNMAC (Digital Classroom National Motorway Course) and iWDU (Digital Classroom What’s Driving Us Course) that can be delivered via Digital Classroom Platforms.

This online course will allow us to continue to deliver course bookings, meaning that we will no longer be issuing any refunds or notice cancellations. Please disregard any previous correspondence you may have received notifying you of a refund or cancellation.

Please see below some of the requirements needed to allow you to complete the online course:

Device with webcam/microphone/speakers/headphones
Steady internet connection
Quiet room, alone with no disturbances
Engagement will be required throughout the course
Pen and Paper

Sussex Driver Training will be contacting clients that already hold course bookings from the 20th April - 12th July 2020 inclusive.

For all new bookings please follow instructions on your course offer letter, and register your acceptance of the course offer with NDORS: https://offer.ndors.org.uk/#/home  and follow the guidance to book in your preferred area or use postcode of PO22 9RE for digital classroom courses.

If you have received a Course Offer Click Here to book or re-arrange your course online.

If we’re looking to change people’s attitudes to road safety and driver behaviour, sometimes prosecution isn’t the right tool to use.

The National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) is unique to the UK and was developed as an alternative to points and fines. The scheme allows motorists who have committed a minor offence, at the discretion of the local Chief Constable, to have educational courses with the aim of improving their knowledge and behaviour, providing a safer road environment for everyone.

NDORS courses do not have a pass or fail element, with the exception of the “Your Belt-Your Life” on-line course. The courses instead focuses on changing driving behavior, attitude and prevent motorists re-offending again.

However, if you fail to complete the whole course or are disruptive (the course provider will give ample advice) the option of taking a course as an alternative to a fine and points may be withdrawn but the legal process will continue.

Anybody caught committing a low-level traffic offence may only be offered one course within a 3-year time period. If a person commits one of these offences again within 3 years, they will have to pay a fine and have points on their licence.

Please see below the NDORS courses we offer across East & West Sussex:


National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC)

What’s Driving Us (WDU)

Safe and Considerate Driving (SCD)

National Motorway Course (NMAC)

 

Attendance Guidelines

What if I turn up late?  It is important that you arrive in good time for registration; if you are late you will be refused entry to the course.

Do I need to bring anything with me?  You MUST bring your photo card driving licence. If you do not have your photo card driving licence, please contact the service provider on 0330 222 8999

Important Information: All electronic devices and mobile phones must be powered down (switched off) during the course. Failure to comply will result in you being asked to leave the course.

Additional Requirements: If you have any additional requirements which could affect your attendance on the course please inform the service provider on 0330 222 8999 or driver.training@westsussex.gov.uk These may include nursing mother, BSL interpreter, language translator or you require a hearing loop.

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