Speed Awareness Course



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 the 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.

Excess speed is a factor in many road traffic collisions and the faster the speed at impact the more severe any injuries are likley to be.

The Speed Awareness Course is offered to those individuals who meet the eligibility criteria below and is an alternative to penalty points and a fine. The Course is classroom based, lasting approximatley four hours and is led by professional driving Instructors at a range of locations across Sussex. The cost of the course is £90 and gives the opportunity to educate and inform drivers.

The Speed Awareness Course covers:

  • Identifying Speed Limits
  • Causes and Consequences of Speeding
  • Hazard Perception
  • Strategies to help you stay within the Speed Limit

Only eligible individuals will be offered the course – there are no public sessions.

Who can attend a Speed Awareness Course?
To be offered a Speed Awareness Course, a person must:

  • Have committed a speeding offence.
  • Not have been on a similar course within the last three years or have other similar prosecutions pending.

Please click here to see the full list of the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme Terms and Conditions.


Once you have booked your course in Sussex, you can now amend the session by visiting: offer.ndors.org.uk

Please note, this service is subject to the National Driver Offender Retaining Scheme Terms and Conditions.


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