Frequently Asked Questions
We appreciate you may have some questions about your upcoming course booking therefore we have compiled some frequently asked questions that may be of assistance to you.
How do I book my course?
Please go to https://offer.ndors.org.uk where you will be able to access your Course Offer details via: REGISTER: Entering the Reference Number & PIN from your Course Offer letter, or your Reference Number and entering your Driver Number in the PIN field instead of a PIN.
Do you still pay fine if you go on speed awareness course?
If you choose to take the course, and attend and complete it, you will not need to pay the fine and penalty points will not be added to your licence.
Is it possible to fail a speed awareness course?
When you’re considering accepting a National Speed Awareness Course offer, remember that it’s not a test, so there’s no passing or failing However you do have to complete the whole course and actively participate
Is zoom free for speed awareness course?
In Sussex we operate professional zoom platform and therefore all our clients on course will automatically join our flatform with the link, or meeting id and password
How do I contact my course provider?
You can contact Sussex Driver Training by telephone on: 0330 222 8999, our telephone lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-3:30pm. Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time (please note this inbox will only be monitored periodically over the weekend and therefore it may take longer to get back to you if you contact us at this time).
What happens next?
After attending and successfully completing the course the date of course completion is recorded and held on a National Database. If you are involved in another road traffic incident, falling under the same criteria within 3 years of the course completion date, a second course will not be offered in lieu of proceedings.
What happens if I do not complete the course?
Some clients are unable to take up the course dates we offer; some change their mind and decide they do not want to attend a course after all; some find they are unable to pay in full in advance of attending; some clients only attend for part of their course. In such cases, we inform the police that we are unable to put the client through a course. The police will then continue with the prosecution. But in the first instance please contact our team on the number below to see what options are available to you.
I am struggling financially, are there any payment options?
We can offer a pay later option available ONLY via telephone bookings, in which you will not be required make payment at the time of booking but instead 2 clear weeks in advance of your course booking. Depending on the timeframe given to you by the referring Police authority this may assist.
I have additional needs I would like to make you aware of, so that you can make reasonable adjustments to my course?
Please let us know if have any additional needs in advance of your course so that we can take any necessary steps to best assist you with your course.
What Photographic ID do I need to show?
It is a condition of the course offer that you produce photographic identification. We can only accept original documents (electronic copies or photocopies cannot be accepted). You show them by holding them up to the camera when asked.
Examples of acceptable photographic ID:
- Photocard Driving Licence (an expired photocard does NOT invalidate the licence)
- A valid passport
- An expired passport
- Formal ID Cards (armed forces, police, student union, company ID card)
- Tachograph Card Local Authority/Taxi ID
- Blue Badge (parking for people with disabilities):
- Firearms Certificate/Shotgun Licence
If you do not have any of the above photographic ID, please contact the Driver Training Team immediately to discuss your options.
What is your Equality and Inclusion Policy?
We may be able to offer you the course confirmation in another language – please contact email@example.com if required.
You can find our Equality and Inclusion Policy here: