How to book
You can only book a National Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) course if you have received a letter from the police inviting you to attend.
We offer the following NDORS courses:
- National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC) – online or classroom
- National Motorway Awareness Course (NMAC) – online only
- National Rider Risk Awareness Course (NRRAC) – online or classroom
- What’s Driving Us? – online or classroom (at our Lincoln venue)
- Safe and Considerate Driving (SCD) – all day, classroom (at our Lincoln venue)
Book a course
If the police have offered you a place, you can book a course. You will need your course offer letter containing your police reference number and PIN.
Depending on the course you are offered, you may have the option to take your course in a classroom at a venue or online.
If the police have offered you a course, you can attend anywhere in the country. It doesn't matter where you attend or which police force referred you.
Courses must be paid in full at the time of booking. Card payment is preferred; however, if you can’t pay online, you can book and pay for your course with cash at the LRSP main office at Witham House, The Pelham Centre, Canwick Road, Lincoln, LN5 8HE.
Helpful information to assist you in booking your course can be found in the ‘How to book’ video on the NDORS website.
You must read our NDORS terms and conditions for full details, including cancellation and rebooking fees, before attending your course.
After booking, you will receive a confirmation email which you must read carefully. Please check your junk or spam folders if you cannot see the email in your inbox.
Classroom venues in Lincolnshire
A classroom course means that your course will be in-person with a tutor at a venue. Courses with more attendees may have two tutors.
We have venues in:
Online course information
For most courses, you can choose to take them online via the video conferencing platform Zoom. This means that as long as you have everything included in the lists below, you can choose to attend your course from your own home.
To do this, you will need one of the following devices:
- A laptop or computer
- A tablet
- A smartphone
Your device will need to have the following:
- A stable internet connection
- A working web camera
- A working microphone
- Headphones or a speaker
- Enough battery to last for the duration of your course
It is essential that when doing your course online, you are alone in a quiet room with no background noise, where you will not be disturbed or distracted.
If you’re new to the platform, learn more about using Zoom.
Late attendees or missed courses
Unfortunately, late attendees cannot be admitted to courses.
If you have missed your course and remain within the police offer deadline, you can rebook your course online up to 72 hours after the missed course ends.
You can find information about charges and refunds in our NDORS terms and conditions.
If you fail to rebook and complete your course with any provider, the police will take further action.
UK Road Offender Education (UKROEd) FAQs
You can view a list of frequently asked questions on the UKROEd website.