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National lockdown: Stay at home

Overview

Coronavirus (COVID-19): latest information and advice

Information for clients attending courses in Staffordshire

Please note: due to the current coronavirus situation, all classroom based NDORS courses delivered by Staffordshire County Council have been cancelled until further notice.

However, we are now offering online digital courses instead for the National Speed Awareness Course, National Motorway Awareness, What's Driving Us Course and Safe and Considerate Driving Course. The National Speed Awareness Course and National Motorway Awareness are two hours and forty five minutes duration, the What's Driving Us Course and Safer and Considerate Driving Course are three hours duration and all courses are online courses and utilise the digital platform ZOOM with up to 9 clients and our Trainer. You will need access to a device i.e. laptop, desktop or a tablet with microphone and camera with reliable internet connection capable of streaming video. Smart phones may be used; however, the course will be far more effective if you have a larger screen.

You can book an online digital course regardless of which police force in the UK offered you a course - just choose 'Staffordshire' when you're booking your course online.

You can book or re-arrange courses online by  accessing your police record and this  information guide will help you to book a digital course.

Watch a useful video on how to book a course online (5 minutes).

 


 

Courses and workshops

There is a variety of additional driver training. There are also courses for drivers who are referred by the police as an alternative to prosecution.

 

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