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National Rider Risk Awareness Course (NRRAC)

Only people who the police have offered a National Rider Risk Awareness Course (NRRAC) can complete this course.

The course costs £90 and lasts for 3 hours.

If the police have offered you a place, you can book by calling 01522 212 314 from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday, or 8.30am to 4.30pm on Friday.

We recommend arriving 15 minutes early for your course, as late attendees will be refused entry.

Course overview

This course is designed to help you recognise that powered two wheeled (PTW) riders are considered vulnerable road users.

The course aims to reduce high-risk riding behaviour by riders of PTWs.

The intended impact is to reduce the frequency of road traffic collisions (RTCs), leading to a subsequent decrease in the probability of involvement in RTCs, subsequent injury, and death.

The course objectives are to increase your:

  • understanding of why road traffic laws exist and the nature of the specific laws relevant to course attendance.
  • understanding of the universal application of road traffic law to all vehicles using the roads and the diverse consequences of violating it.
  • recognition of your own personal vulnerability to these consequences.
  • ability to recognise the personality characteristics that increase your willingness to break traffic rules and how to manage the consequent behavioural tendencies.
  • awareness of how offending is seen and judged negatively by other road users, including other PTW riders.
  • understanding of the nature of the limitations in human cognitive performance and how these factors relate to riding situations, particularly those implicated in RTCs involving PTWs.
  • ability to recognise and manage external pressures that may encourage the commission of traffic offences.

We will not allow you to join a course if you:

  • are late.
  • are unable to show the trainer your valid photocard driving licence (or paper licence supported by an acceptable photographic ID).
  • bring an interpreter (if required) not named on your booking (or they do not have an acceptable photographic ID).

You must read our NDORS terms and conditions for full details, including cancellation and rebooking fees.

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