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About TTC Group

Cycle Experience is part of The TTC Group.

TTC 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. TTC is committed to creating better communities by helping people impact the world around them, be it at work, on the road, at home, or sometimes all three. If you would like to learn more please visit the TTC Group website.

As part of its remit the TTC Group, work in partnership with the Police and Local Authorities, delivering police-referred driver training courses as an alternative to drivers attending court, and court-referred drink drive rehabilitation courses which can reduce the amount of time an offender is banned from driving.

To attend these courses you must be referred by the police, or in the case of a drink driving offence the courts following a road traffic incident, this could include speeding, drink driving and driving without due care and attention.

TTC delivers court and police-referred driver training courses throughout the UK, these courses fit into three broad categories:

Speed Awareness Courses

TTC delivers the speed awareness course (NDAC) in Avon, Somerset, Cumbria, Devon, Cornwall, Durham, South and Mid Wales, South Yorkshire, West Mercia and the West Midlands. To attend this course you must be referred by the Police.

Drink Drive Rehabilitation Courses

TTC are appointed by the Department for Transport & the Department of Environment (Northern Ireland) to deliver a Drink Drive Rehabilitation programme approved by the Secretary of State. To attend a drink drive rehabilitation course you must be referred by the court.

In a joint venture TTC delivers Drink Drive Courses across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales at over 200 venues.  To book a drink drive course click here.

Driver Education Courses

What’s Driving Us? – The Police offer this pilot scheme to drivers who commit selected road traffic offences. The driver is given the opportunity to attend a course as an alternative to potential prosecution, or the Fixed Penalty system of a fine and penalty points. This course is available nationally. You can only attend this course if you are referred by the Police. Book a What’s Driving Course here.

Seat Belt Awareness Course – If you have been caught by the Police driving without a seat belt you may be offered this course as an alternative to receiving fixed penalty points and a fine. The Seat Belt Awareness Course is currently a pilot scheme operated by Devon and Cornwall Police in partnership with TTC. You can only attend this course if you are referred by the Police.  Book a Seat Belt Awareness Course here.

Driver Alertness – If you have been caught ‘driving without due care and attention’ as an alternative to court prosecution the Police may refer drivers to this scheme to avoid penalty points and a fine. You can only attend this course if you have been referred by the Police.  Book a Driver Alertness Course here.

Driving 4 Change – Currently a pilot scheme launched by police in the West Midlands, West Mercia and South Yorkshire with the help of the TTC Group. Drivers stopped by the Police for a minor traffic infringement could be recommended for this in-vehicle training course with a driving instructor instead of receiving a fine or points on their licence. You can only attend this course if you have been referred by the Police.  Book a Driving 4 Change Course here.

RIDE (Rider Intervention Developing Experience) – The RIDE Scheme has been designed as an intervention for those motorcyclists whose behaviour has been brought to the attention of the Police.  Book a RIDE course here.

You can only attend these courses if you have been referred by the Police or the Court, however, if you would like to learn more about how you could improve your or your employees’ driving skills please visit our Workplace Road Safety website.