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Driver Alertness Course

The National Driver Alertness Course has been created as a replacement for the National Driver Improvement Course and is offered as an alternative to prosecution to drivers who are deemed by a police officer to have been involved in "driving without due care and attention" incidents.

The course is only offered to drivers who have not attended a Driver Alertness or Driver Improvement Course anywhere in the country within the last three years. Since this is a national course, drivers can choose to take a course in any area that offers them, regardless of where the original offence occurred. Costs may vary between areas, but courses in the West Midlands currently cost £140 (subject to an annual review).

Workshops last for one day and consist of:

  • Four hours theory
  • Three and a half hours practical on-road tuition

For more information on courses within the West Midlands, to book a course, or to find directions to a course venue, please visit the TTC Group website. For information on courses in other areas, visit the National Association of Driver Intervention Providers website.

Birmingham City Council Coventry City Council Dudley Council Her Majestys Courts Service Highways Agency Sandwell council Solihull Council Walsall Council West Midlands Police Wolverhampton City Council