Designed for motorcyclists who have been involved in a crash or committed an endorsable offence




(Rider Intervention and Developing Experience)

The aim of the National RIDE scheme is to enable both novice and experienced motorcyclists to gain a broader understanding of the dangers, and potential consequences, of their riding decisions. It is part of the National RIDE (Rider Intervention and Developing Experience) initiative which is a key Course within the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) supported by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).

Why should you attend this Driver Awareness course?

  • Avoid driving ticket (fine and points) or court
  • Easy to book online or by phone
  • No pass or fail tests
  • Local venues available throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland
  • Bikers say they benefit from the experience
  • Training in a relaxed environment
  • Choose a date and time to suit you
  • No riding required

The course is 6 hours in duration, including an hour lunch break, and the price will vary depending on the location you choose. The course is run in a relaxed atmosphere and through a series of theory and practical sessions, we will:

  • Examine your approach to risk
  • Probe the beliefs surrounding inappropriate behaviour
  • Look at the positive effects of mindset change
  • Sustain the positive changes after the course

The National RIDE Scheme is run throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland by a selection of training providers.
To view all course locations that are available nationally please visit https://dors.police.uk/. You will need your driving licence number to hand. To view additional information on this national scheme please visit www.driver-improvement.co.uk.

To find out more about the RIDE Scheme, please see our FAQs page.


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