TTC Group scoops two major UKROEd awards
Press Release | April 2021
TTC Group has scooped two major UKROEd – United Kingdom Road Offender Education – awards recognising the outstanding contribution of its staff over the past 12 months.
Ben Davies, National Quality & Development Manager, received the award for Outstanding Contribution to Training within the NDORS Scheme; and Glen Suttenwood, Regional Manager for Central & Northern Region, was presented with the new category award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity & Inclusion.
The awards recognise the fundamental roles within UKROEd’s business and highlight individuals who have demonstrated high quality and committed efforts throughout the year. Both Police Forces and NDORS – National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme – Providers are invited to submit nominations.
I am thrilled that Ben and Glen’s efforts have been recognised in such a prestigious awards programme. Their efforts and dedication to UKROEd over the past 12 months has been nothing short of incredible.Client Services Director, TTC Group
Ben Davies (pictured) won the award based on his outstanding contribution to ensuring continued NDORS delivery on behalf of 14 UK Police Forces throughout the pandemic.
Through Ben’s supervision, planning and dedication, TTC Group completed all UKROEd licensing and approval stages for iCourse delivery in record time, including UKROEd observed delivery and centralised trainer cascade training programmes for its national trainer panel.
Sharon said: “Ben’s contribution to the development, training, IT facilities and on-going delivery of online digital classroom NDORS course delivery has been exemplary, and he thoroughly deserves such recognition.”
Glen Suttenwood (pictured) who won the new category award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity & Inclusion, said: “I am extremely humbled to be receiving such an important award - thank you so much. It’s a huge honour to accept this award but I cannot claim sole credit for this achievement as this award is more about recognising the concerted efforts of all at TTC Group, whose focus and momentum has been resolute in driving forward our plan to improve diversity, equality and inclusivity across all our business area.”
Glen was recognised for his passion for promoting diversity and inclusion within the delivery of NDORS and throughout TTC Group’s organisation overseeing the creation of a Diversity & Inclusion pledge, which states: “In our strive to improve the well-being and safety of all road users we aim to identify our organisation’s strengths and areas for development across our equality, diversity and inclusion performance. We will address any identified gaps in appropriate delivery for specific groups of service users."
"We will work with others across the road safety partnership to identify where policy and practice improvements are needed to ensure fairness and equality of outcomes for all groups of people as identified by their protected characteristics.”
UKROEd is a private not-for-profit company, which conducts the management and administration of the scheme on behalf of the NPCC. The NDORS scheme is unique to the UK and was developed as an alternative to penalty points and fines.
The awards, reviewed by a UKROEd panel, were presented at the virtual UKROEd 2020/21 Awards Ceremony.