The aim is for you to be able to examine your driving behaviour and discuss this with others in a relaxed atmosphere, and to gain some good driving tips with an experienced trainer.
Can I opt to attend a Speed Awareness Workshop if I have not received an offer from the police?
If you do not have your valid driving licence in any form you can attend with two other forms of identification listed below. D (2 of these will be required): If you fail to arrive with the correct identification you will be refused entry to the course and providing you have sufficient time within your completion date, you will be required to rearrange the course which will incur a rearrangement fee as explained in our Terms and Conditions.
No, it is an interactive workshop with group work, discussions and some visual aids.
There is no test; it is theory only with no driving involved.
However, you are required to ‘complete the workshop in a satisfactory way’.
Not completing the course in a ‘satisfactory’ way could include (but is not exclusive to): There are up to 24 people on each Speed Awareness Course and 2 course trainers.
However, there is a charge incurred for changing your booking (see below) which is outlined in TTC’s Terms and Conditions.Speed Awareness Workshops are held throughout the week and on the weekends across England and Wales.You can attend the workshop in any area that runs a national scheme so you do not have to return to where your offence took place.For a full list of national Speed Awareness Course, areas and providers please see dors.Yes, you can pay in two stages but you must have paid the full amount at least two weeks before the course date.It is a relaxed setting for you to assess your driving behaviour and to gain tips to reduce your likelihood of speeding in the future.No, the courses are delivered by registered course providers, such as TTC.For a full list of areas and providers please see the Police’s national database on-line at dors.No, the Police and course providers’ databases are linked.You can attend a Speed Awareness Course in any area that runs a national scheme so you do not have to go back to where your speeding offence took place.The cost of the course varies across the country and is different for each Police Authority that commissions the course.