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National Rider Risk Awareness Course (NRRAC)

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Helping riders get to grips with safety

The National Rider Risk Awareness Course (NRRAC) is for riders whose on road behaviour could be described as thrill-seeking, anti-social or careless, but who police believe would respond well to education.

Using a range of engaging, non-judgemental modules, specially adapted to the two-wheel experience, TTC’s expert trainers help motorcyclists challenge their assumptions and change risky behaviours.

The NRRAC course is part of the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme, NDORS, which is licensed by UKROEd. It is a behavioural change course for those who have committed an offence whilst riding a powered two-wheeler, and who have been diverted from court by the police through the issuing of a Conditional Offer Fixed Penalty Notice (COFPN).

Location: This is an online course

Duration: 3 hours including registration and breaks

No driving or test involved

Flexible payment options available

Evening and weekend courses available

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What’s in it for riders

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Become a safer, better informed rider

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Attendance is NOT a conviction

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No police fine or penalty points on licence

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Helps to avoid increased insurance costs

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Course information

This course is only for people who have been referred by the police to attend a National Rider Risk Awareness Course. You will know if this applies to you because you will have received a letter offering you the course.

Can I change my course booking?

Providing there is sufficient time within the deadline given by the police, you can change your course once you have booked. There may be a rearrangement fee for changing your course, which is outlined in our course terms and conditions . Amend your booking using the same UKROEd portal as you used to book your original course.

The format of the National Rider Risk Awareness Course

The course is a relaxed and informative interactive workshop facilitated by a licensed NDORS (National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme) trainer. There is no police involvement. There’s no riding involved, and you won’t take a test which you can pass or fail. We only ask that you engage fully with the course content and stay until the end. As it is theory-only, it is carried out online via your own compatible device, such as a tablet or computer.

Original photo ID

You must also show a photo ID in order to attend the course. This must be an original physical document like a passport or a driving licence. This is so that the trainer can register your attendance properly.

If you do not have photo ID, please speak to the police force who referred you to the course, prior to your course date.
Check the terms and conditions on our resources page for more details.

Offering additional support

TTC strives to create an inclusive and respectful learning environment that accommodates all individuals’ unique needs and backgrounds.

To ensure that you get the most out of attending your course with TTC, please let us know if you have any specific requirements that we can help you with.

Bringing an interpreter

The course is only available in English and Welsh languages. If you think your English language skills might restrict your ability to complete the course, or affect your experience, we recommend you make arrangements for an interpreter to help you. Although it is your responsibility to do this, we will need to know who this person is as they will also need to provide ID. They need to be at least 16 years old. Check out our advice page for all the information you need.

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How to book a National Rider Risk Awareness Course

Booking is easy. Simply press the Book now button anywhere on this page and it will take you to the UKROEd website where you can type in the reference and PIN number from your police referral letter and, when prompted, select TTC as your provider.

Then choose whether you’d like an online or class-based course and browse available course dates, times and locations. Don’t forget to tell us if you think you’ll need extra support like an interpreter.

Once you have booked and paid, you’ll get a confirmation email from us with all the details you need about joining your course.

How long is the National Rider Risk Awareness Course?

The course lasts 3 hours and starts promptly. You need to be settled and ready to start at the course at the time stated on your joining instructions. If you are attending an in-person course, planning your route to the venue is essential. You will not be allowed entry if you are late. A short comfort break is included within the course.

Maximum number of attendees

The maximum number of participants is nine people.

Payment options

We offer a range of course payment options to best meet your needs, including scheduled payments. We accept payments by all major debit and credit cards, cheques, postal orders, banker’s drafts, cash, BACS transfer and mobile banking apps.

Arriving at your course

It is vital to be at your course on time so that the trainer has time to introduce themselves, check your ID and register your attendance.

Dates & times

We offer a comprehensive choice of course dates, locations and start times, including evenings and weekends. This gives you the best opportunity of completing your course within the date limit set by your referring police force.

Where can I do an National Rider Risk Awareness Course?

You can book an online course with TTC from anywhere in the UK.

Getting online

Your course will be delivered online via the Zoom platform. We’ll send your joining instructions by email/SMS within 24 hours of the course starting. This will include the meeting link along with the unique meeting ID and password.

We’ve got a range of great support and materials to help even the least confident computer user get online successfully. Take a look at our online technical help page for FAQs and a step-by-step guide. If you’re still having technical difficulties with Zoom, you can contact our dedicated Online Course Support Team directly via email using

Accommodating people with additional needs

We will make every effort to accommodate any special requirements you have, providing you tell us in advance. If you have already booked and haven’t yet informed us of any special requirements you have, please contact us.

Terms & conditions

Click here to download and read our complete terms and conditions for this course.

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