Driver Education Workshops Courses - During the Coronavirus Outbreak


All courses have been cancelled until 14th June 2020.

If you are booked on a course before this date, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND.

We will make every effort to contact you to discuss your file in due course.

Courses will resume on Monday 15th June 2020.

If you are making a new booking, there are courses available to book online from July 2020.

If you need to contact us, please email

Terms & Conditions



  • “Scheme” – an offer by the police to complete an educational driver training programme as an alternative to receiving a fine, penalty points or prosecution.
  • “Course” – the particular training workshop or course operated by Driver Education Workshops as a member of the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Road Safety Partnership in relation to the Scheme.
  • “Booking Period” – a period defined by the issuing Police Force by which you must book and pay for the course.
  • “Critical Date” – the date specified by the police by which you must complete your course. This is also known as the “Expiry Date” or “Completion Date”.
  • “we” and “us” means “Leicestershire Road Safety Partnership (LL&RRSP)/Leicestershire County Council (LCC).
  • “you” – means you, the customer, who is the subject of the invite letter.

Please Note:

The Scheme is offered at the sole discretion of the issuing Police Force, as the course provider, Leicestershire County Council, have no authority to amend any of the criteria defined by the issuing Force. Likewise, the issuing Force has no authority to amend the course provided or the terms and conditions set out below.

Should any of the Terms and Conditions not be met the matter will be referred back to the issuing Force, who you should contact for further advice.

Data Protection Act & Privacy/Fair Processing Notice:

The information you provide will be recorded on a national system managed by UKROEd Ltd who develop and administer the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme on behalf of the Police. Your information may be shared with the Police Force that offered you your course to verify your identity, to update their records, and to ensure you are eligible for the course. If you complete the course, your data will be retained on the national system for three and a half years to check your eligibility for future course offers. Once registered, you can access and update your information at any time by visiting for information on how your data will be processed please visit

Leicestershire County Council will only use your data for the purpose of processing your course offer. Your data will not be used for marketing purposes. By booking a place with Leicestershire Driver Education Workshops, you agree to be bound by our Terms and Conditions. For further information on this, and on how Leicestershire County Council will process your data please visit

a) Booking: You must book and pay the fees for your course within the booking period, by either booking online, or by telephone. When booking online, you can select your preferred date and time. By telephone, you maybe offered a selection of dates and times from which to choose.

b) Failure to book: Failure to secure your place, by booking and paying the course fees, within the booking period will mean that you will be ineligible to attend the course.

c) Payment: Payment can be made by most credit and debit cards, by cheque or by postal order. We are unable to accept post-dated cheques. Cheque or postal order payments must be received no less than 21 days before the course date and made payable to Leicestershire County Council.

Once you have booked and paid the fees for your course, your booking and payment are non-transferable and non-refundable.

NOTE: We may, at our absolute and sole discretion, refund any fees and cancel your course under these terms and conditions.

d) Cheques: You agree to pay an administration charge of £3.50 in the event that any cheque is returned to Leicestershire County Council without sufficient funds in your account. In this event, we may cancel your booking, but you may be able to reschedule your course and any subsequent payments must be made by credit/debit card. If you do not make such payment, you will be ineligible to attend the Scheme.

e) Critical Date: You must complete your course by the critical date. If you are unable to complete your course within this time, you will be ineligible to attend the Scheme and are advised to contact the issuing Force.

f) Course completion: You must satisfactorily complete the course, including and not limited to, arriving on time, being present for the entire duration and participating fully without disruption. Satisfactory completion of the course shall be determined at the absolute and sole discretion of the trainer.

g) Non-attendance: If you are unable to attend your course:

1. Due to exceptional circumstances: e.g. bereavement, medical grounds or you are a parent or carer and your dependant is taken ill, for which you provide documentary evidence, you may be able to reschedule your course, subject to availability and the critical date.

Non-completion: if you are unable to complete the full course or if you do not satisfactorily complete your course, at the sole discretion of the course tutor.

1. Late Arrival: you may be refused entry and will be ineligible to attend the course. Subject to the critical date it may be possible to reschedule your course. However, you may incur rescheduling fees and you may be required to provide evidence to support your late arrival. You are expected to leave sufficient time for your journey allowing for general delays.

2. Failure to establish your identity satisfactorily: you will be refused entry and will be ineligible to attend the Scheme. Subject to the critical date we may be able to reschedule your course, however, you may incur rescheduling fees.

3. Because you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs: you will be refused entry to the course and will be ineligible to attend the Scheme. You will not be able to reschedule and no refund of original course fees will be made.

4. Because you are abusive, disruptive or fail to participate fully: you will be ejected from the course and will be ineligible to attend the Scheme. You will not be able to reschedule and no refund of original course fees will be made.

5. Personal identification:You will be required to produce your full driving licence, ensuring that your photocard has not expired, at the start of the course. If your licence does not include a photograph please provide additional photographic evidence, such as a passport, or suitable alternative. Failure to produce the above documentation will disqualify you from participating any further and the matter will be referred back to the Police. Please note as of June 2015 the paper counterpart is no longer a valid document. Therefore, we will not accept this as proof of your driving licence.

If the photograph has expired (field 4b on your licence gives the expiry date of the photograph) please do not book a course until you have surrendered it to the DVLA for your photograph to be renewed and it has been returned to you. Renewing your photograph is easy and may prevent you from being summoned to attend the Magistrates Court if you are found driving a motor vehicle with an expired photo. It may also prevent you from receiving a criminal conviction and potentially a maximum fine of up to £1000. To renew your licence please visit your post office to obtain a form or The form and website both explain all the options available to you.

This scheme offer is specific to the person who has admitted to the offence and should be undertaken by that person only.

If it is identified that the person attempting to complete the course is not the person who has admitted the offence or has made a false admission, the option to undertake this course will be withdrawn and those involved will be reported to the issuing Force for consideration of additional and serious legal consequences in relation to a criminal offence.

h) Course cancellation and rescheduling by us: In the event of Leicestershire Driver Education Workshops being unable to deliver your course for any reason outside of our control, we will reschedule your course as soon as possible and in any case by your critical date and it will be free of any additional charge.

i) Special needs: If you have any special needs or need to attend with an interpreter, you must notify us at the time of booking the course so that suitable arrangements can be made.

j) Mobile phones and/or pagers must be switched off during the course. No recordings of any kind are permitted without prior permission from the Driver Education Workshops.


It is ESSENTIAL that you bring:

  • Your photographic card licence or old style paper licence and photographic identfication with you on the day of the course.
    • We have an obligation to check an individual’s driving licence when they undertake any form of practical driving assessment or training.

If you have a photo card licence, then you must ensure that the photo card has not expired. Failure to do so will result in you not being able to complete the course.

If your licence does not include a photograph please provide additional photographic evidence, such as a passport, or suitable alternative.

Please inform us immediately if for any reason you cannot bring these documents. Failure to bring these documents on the day of the course will result in you being turned away and a course cancellation charge being incurred.

  • Spectacles/Contact lenses if needed for driving
  • Your insurance details and MOT Certificate for your car if you have requested to use your own vehicle, which has been specially adapted for your needs.

You must arrive on time for your course. Unfortunately, we are unable to delay the instructor’s departure from the venue, even in exceptional circumstances. Therefore, it is vital that you leave enough time for your journey and plan your route. In certain circumstances we may offer an alternative course date. However, you may be charged an additional admin fee for this.

Any abusive or disruptive behaviour will result in ejection from the course and your file being returned to Leicestershire Constabulary for prosecution.

You are reminded that you have a legal obligation to declare any medical conditions that may affect you driving to the DVLA.

Please ensure you are aware of this important information from the DVLA in relation to your driving licence and possible medical conditions:



Phone: 0116 3058787 (Mon – Thurs 8:30 – 16:30 Fri 8:30 – 16:00 excluding Bank Holidays)
Address: Driver Education Workshops, Unit 20, Bridge Business Park, Bridge Park Road, Thurmaston, Leicester, LE4 8BL.